Wandering Minds Presents: Milk Milk Lemonade

Join Wandering Minds for our last (but certainly not least) mainstage production of the year! Directed by Naveen Inim, this production will be going up at the end of April (26-28th) @ 8pm in BU central, located in the basement of the GSU (755 Commonwealth Ave.). Tickets are $7 and can be bought online or at the door.

Milk Milk Lemonade is a coming-of-age story about Emory, an effeminate boy who lives on a farm with his conservative, chain smoking Nanna. She wishes that Emory would get his head out of the clouds and stop choreographing ribbon stick dances with his only friend, a depressed chicken about to be processed. Little does Nanna know that Emory is starting a relationship with the boy down the road. Milk Milk Lemonade tackles themes of death, gender, and sexuality.

Vote for next semester’s shows!

Hello everyone!
First off, congratulations to the cast and crew of Snakebit as it was absolutely incredible!
Show Pitches 
Please take the time to vote for our shows for the fall 2018 semester! You can find descriptions of the 4 plays below and subsequently follow the link to cast your vote on the 2 main stages you want for next semester!
Becky’s New Car by: Steven Dietz – Mimi Luo 
 
“Becky’s New Car” is about Becky Foster, a middle-age, middle-management woman trapped in a mediocre marriage. Wanting something new, she jumps at the chance to change her path when a grieving widow mistakes her for a widow as well. Her choice affects everyone around her, from her husband and son to her co-workers and the widow’s friends.
“Becky’s New Car” is a comedy that breaks the fourth wall. It is light and fluffy at first glance but offers some insight into what it means to change.
The cast is 7 people, 3 women and 4 men. The only request I have is that Becky remain a woman. All other roles can be genderflipped.
It will be a tech intensive show, primarily relying on lights and props to transfer between scenes.
Last Gas by: John Cariani – Lili Tucker 
 
My show is called Last Gas by John Cariani, the writer of Almost Maine, the show is set in Northern Maine at the last gas station before the Canadian border, the last chance to use the phone or the bathroom, but also the last chance for many of the characters to find happiness in their old age.
When an old flame returns to town, he gets the opportunity rekindle something new or wallow in the past. It’s a comedy with some really deep moments.  The show is set in 2013, there are four men and two women of varying ages. The set is technically a two-story set but I’m hoping to be really creative with a platform and lighting. It’s really tech-heavy as well so everyone has a chance to get involved.
Nothing is the End of the World (except for the end of the world) by: Bekah Brunstetter – Nisha Kishore
 
The play I’m pitching is called “Nothing is the End of the World (except for the end of the world) by Bekah Brunstetter. This play is set 10-15 years into the future in a Manhattan high school. Two 30-year-old AIs are placed in 16-year-old human bodies and are taken to the high school as a part of a social experiment to see if AIs can assimilate to human behavior.
The play is a series of short scenes in which the 6 high schoolers and the 2 AIs interact and try to “acclimate” to each other. Things get complicated when we learn that one of the high schoolers has HPV, another is hiding his homosexuality, and one of the AIs is part human. Oh, and did I mention that this experiment is being turned into a reality TV show? A character called “Voice” follows the high schoolers and AIs, filming their interactions.
Overall, this play is about growth, knowing oneself, behavior and exploring what it means to be human.
A Devil Inside by: David Lindsay-Abaire – Naveen Inim
 
A Devil Inside is a dark-comedy thriller that is unique from start to end. Satirizing 19th century Russian novels, A Devil Inside focuses on themes of obsession and revenge as Mrs. Slater tries to get her son, Gene to avenge the murder of her husband. Between love triangles and plans of vengeance, this show provides lunacy and thrills throughout. It’s a fast-paced show that has a lot of tech elements, especially for build and lights
We will be collecting ballots until this Wednesday, April 11th at 11:59 PM, so be sure to cast your ballot immediately! Follow the link below to vote!

Run for Executive Board

All E-Board Positions are open for next year! Your Declaration of Intent to Run is due by 11:59 pm, April 14th. Just email it to wminds@bu.edu! An example: “I, Jerry Example, am declaring my intent to run for Vice President of Examples.”

Wanna run for E-Board, but not sure what that entails? Check out this super handy doc which briefly describes the responsibilities of each position as well as the overall expectations here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v1cNYaRS-wAXI3h-gT20eewx8EqYImR6DrN3WbDOjuA/edit?usp=sharing

As always, any questions can be emailed to wminds@bu.edu and we will respond as quickly as possible.