Anisha is a sophomore and has no idea what to major in. After rekindling a lost love for theatre last year as an actor in P:T’s God of Carnage, Anisha joined the board as treasurer and is now excited to see what else student-run theatre has to offer.
Madeleine ‘20 is on the path to declaring her MHC special major in interdisciplinary areas of the humanities and performing arts. This is her first semester serving on the Project:Theatre Board as she continues to engage in her passion for theatre. In her seventh year of theatre study, she has taken theatre performance, screenwriting, and directing instruction while also having the opportunities to perform in several plays and one act festivals. When not engaged in theatre, Madeleine may be found rehearsing in the dance and music studios, studying in the library, and reading poetry in the gardens. She is avid to serve on such an important Board.
Miranda is a sophomore at Smith College majoring in Theater and minoring in Philosophy. She became involved with Project: Theatre during the second semester of her first year when she set designed for The God of Carnage. After working with such a great team, she decided to become more involved with P:T and is now Public Relations Coordinator!
Emma is a junior Geography major. She has been working with Project:Theatre since her first year mostly as a Tech Liaison.
Alyx is a senior majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Theatre Arts. He’s been involved in Project: Theatre since his first year. Recently, he’s directed Project: Theatre’s productions of Murder Me Always and Alice Threw the Looking Glass. This is his third year serving as Media Coordinator.
THEATRE DEPARTMENT LIAISON
Tamia is a Junior studying Physics and Theatre Arts Major. She is Project Theatre’s Theater Department Liaison. She hopes to make Project Theatre a place where everyone can feel welcomed.
Haimi is a sophomore majoring in Chemistry. She joined P:T in her first year as an actor and thought that P:T was super cool. She is very excited to be the senator this year!