A remote performance of an original work written by Naomi Lam '21. Humanity's last hope is to colonize another planet, and four individuals are hoping to earn a place there.
by Naomi Lam '21
directed by Carol Dunne
part of the Frost and Dodd Student Play Festival
performing remotely Friday, August 14 at 8 pm
Winner of the 45th annual Ruth and Loring Dodd Student Playwriting Competition. Because of the declining habitability of the earth, humanity's last hope is to colonize another planet. However, only a select few will be taken on this journey. Spaceship 99 follows four people as they go through the selection process to earn a place in humanity's next frontier.
Performing via distance technology. More information, bios, and a remote performance link are available at the Department of Theater website HERE. Email Theater Dept Administrator Milena Zuccotti with questions about viewing this performance.
Gabe Jenkinson '20
Samantha Locke '22
Edward Lu '21
Jelinda Metelus '22
Alisya Reza '22
Robert Alter '21, lighting/scenic designer
Samantha West '20, sound designer
NAomi Lam '21, costume designer
Kate Budney, stage manager
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.