The show will be held on Friday March 11th at 7.30pm at the Burrell School Auditorium.
Improv Soup, the Un-Common Theatre Co.’s improvisational comedy troupe, is made up of teenagers from all over southeastern Massachusetts. Improv Soup was started in 1998 by Christa Crewdson, who remains the Soup director to this very day.
The Soupians perform one Friday a month at 7:30 P.M. at the Burrell School Auditorium, 16 Morse St. in Foxboro, Ma. Tickets to a night of fabulous improvisational comedy cost a mere three bucks for students and seniors and five bucks for adults!
This year’s Troupe consists of:
From Foxboro, Ma: Tyler Appel and Jonah Philibert
From Mansfield, Ma: Michaela Driscoll, Ashley Goverman, Lloyd Hewitt, Emily Levine, Eric Pederson, Catherine Saba, McKenzie Shea and Sarah Shear
From Sharon, Ma: David Getz, Rachel Kopel, Josh Levitt and Ethan Parets.
From Weston, Ma: Maisy Halloran
The remaining dates for the 2010-11 Season of Shows are:
FOXBORO – Award-winning singer-songwriter Sara Thomsen will be performing a benefit concert Saturday, March 5 at 7 p.m., at the Foxborough Universalist Church, 6 Bird Street, Foxborough, MA.
Sara Thomsen is a singer-songwriter with a soulful voice, poetic lyrics, and haunting melodies. Thomsenâ€™s home base is in the Lake Superior region of Duluth/Superior, where she has been dubbed in the local press as â€œone of Northern Minnesotaâ€™s best kept secrets.â€ She is the founder and artistic director of the non-audition Echoes of Peace Choir and the vocal trio, Three Altos.
Her music comes from the heart, and that’s where it takes you. With a voice richer than the best mid-west soil, her songs carry you inward and outwardâ€”in, to the particulars of your own life, and out into the shared humanity of us all. Her performance style is easygoing and full of humor and depth, capturing the audienceâ€™s full engagement. Thomsenâ€™s music gently enfolds and unfolds the listener.
With four solo albums to her credit, Sing Out! Magazine declared Sara Thomsenâ€™s latest release, Everything Changes, â€œa powerful collection from a grounded talent.â€ The album is an intimate portrayal of the heart breaking open and apart, tumbling through transformation with elegance and grace
Highlights include â€œA Womanâ€™s Place,â€ a song commissioned for Womenâ€™s History Month, and â€œI Remember These,â€ a poignant collection of childhood memories and tribute to Thomsenâ€™s grandmother. Songs on earlier releases have won numerous accolades and awards, including winner of the Minnesota Folk Festivalâ€™s New Folk Songwriting Contest for â€œIrene Margueriteâ€ and â€œKeepinâ€™ the Peaceâ€ off her By Breath CD. â€œIs It For Freedom,â€ off Fertile Ground, won a Top Finalist award in the Public Domain Foundationâ€™s national Music To Life Contest, created by Noel Paul Stookey (of â€œPeter, Paul and Maryâ€) to recognize songs of sociopolitical concern.
Tickets for this Coffeehouse on the Common are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and free for those under 6 with an adult.
Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.brownpapertickets.com (Type Sara Thomsen in the search bar) or at Cindiâ€™s Diamond & Jewelry Gallery, 40 Central St., Foxborough, MA (508 543-4943). Tickets will also be available at the door.
The Neponset River Watershed Association seeks your help to raise little, brown, weed-eating beetles, this spring and summer.
Individuals, families, schools, scouts and organizations are invited to protect the Metro Boston natural environment with the help of a battalion of tiny beetles.
According to NepRWA Restoration Manager Carly Rocklen, â€œWe offer a unique opportunity for people to get involved in hands-on, local environmental protection. Participants get to know a local parkland up close and personal, and they attain first-hand experience in restoring that very special environment and bringing back native wildlife and plants. Families work together in the sun and fresh air. Itâ€™s a win-win experience for each volunteer and for the Metro Boston environment.â€
Raising the beetles helps to boost native plant and animal diversity in the Fowl Meadow wetlands along the Neponset River. By chowing down on the infamous, omnipresent, exotic, invasive purple-flowering plant called â€œPurple loosestrife,â€ the beetles help restore balance between wetland species and produce a more wildlife-friendly wetland.
Beetle Ranchers must have: 1) A sunny yard with space to place a kiddie pool that is near a garden hose, and 2) Availability from March through July to participate in project activities.
Sign up to be a Beetle Rancher by contacting NepRWA Restoration Manager Carly Rocklen at 781-575-0354 x303 or email@example.com. Learn more about Beetle Ranching at: http://www.neponset.org. View project pictures at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neprwa.
This project is implemented by the Neponset River Watershed Association and project partner the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The Neponset River Watershed Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that works to protect and restore the Neponset River and its surrounding watershed lands and waterways. The Neponset River Watershed includes parts of 14 cities and towns: Boston, Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Medfield, Milton, Norwood, Randolph, Quincy, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole and Westwood.