Tonight Cal Poly's Students' Stage is putting on just one of their excellent shows. This show, titled #reallifeproblems: A Cabaret, will include musical monologues and songs about different experiences people go through. Though the show has gotten little advertisement--expect that on Facebook--all involved hope for a great turn-out.
Brigitte Losey, president of Students' Stage, is very excited about the performance tonight as she has been leading a team of talented student actors for quite some time now. The second year Theater student had this to say about the production process, "It has been going well; everyone has been really professional and great to work with. It's been really smooth due to the support of our advisor Ginny Anderson and the theater dance department. No is without its hiccups, but I'm happy to say that the hiccups we have encountered have been minute."
As everyone gets very excited about the upcoming performance, many students are as well. When told about the free show happening tonight, second year English major Kelly Peters said this, "I didn't know we had a Students' Stage group, but it turns out I know a lot of the people performing in [#reallifeproblems: A Cabaret], so I think I'm going to see it."
With other entertaining pieces to come, actors, advisors, and audience members alike are excited to see what else Students' Stage has in their bag of tricks!
Located in the Black Box Theater (Bldg 45, Rm 212), the show will begin at 8pm. Audience members are advised to arrive early as they expect the small space to fill up quickly.