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Northwestern University’s Spectrum presents NSFW

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NSFW

Written by Lucy Kirkwood
Directed by Isabel Perry
Produced by Gustavo Berrizbeitia
Shanley Pavilion • October 20-22

In the cutthroat world of magazine journalism, where jobs are scarce and beauty standards are punishing, what is the value of personal integrity? For the folks at Doghouse and Electra magazines, relationships, legal liability and self-worth are all at stake. Everyone strives for professional success and financial stability – but at what cost? Who will hold tight to their values and who will sell out to the highest bidder?

 

HOW YOUR DONATION HELPS

Northwestern’s student-run theater boards give students an opportunity to engage in creating and organizing productions. As students, we rely heavily on donations from family and friends to make these shows possible. From sets and costumes to on-campus promotion, your donation will greatly assist our production team in bringing NSFW to life. Every bit helps!

OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP

Spread the love! Share this page with friends and family members, like us on Facebook, and make sure to come see the show October 20th-22nd.

 

Interested in joining the NSFW team? Email GustavoBerrizbeitia2017@u.northwestern.edu to get involved! All experience levels and grades welcome!

 

THE TEAM

CAST

Aidan: Matthew Bentley

Sam: Drew Straub

Charlotte: Zoe Olson

Rupert: Peter Vilim

Mr. Bradshaw: Martin Downs

Miranda: Samantha Casesa

PRODUCTION TEAM

Producer: Gustavo Berrizbeitia

Director: Isabel Perry

Assistant Director: Adam Yates

Stage Manager: Lucy Farnsworth

Publicity Director: Chase Doggett

Costume Designer: Juliet Wolfe

Lighting Designer: Connor MacMillen

Set Designer: Sydney Thomas

Sound Designer: Camille Michelotti

Props Designer: Bit Meehan

Graphic Designer and Publicity Director: Mai Schotz

Director of Business: Nicole Amiridis

Dialect Coach: Natalie Dix

Dramaturg: Isabella Soto