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REINDEER
From Page 5A
smaller space," Sobel said.
"The Eight: Reindeer Mono-
logues" will include a variety of
accompanying elements that will
envelop theatergoers in the expe-
rience of the North Pole. Out-
side of the theater, there will be
improv performances and deco-
rative lights, as well as candy and
hot chocolate available for pur-
chase. In the holiday spirit, most
of the proceeds will go to the
Sexual Assault Prevention and
Awareness Center (SAPAC). Also,
during the performance, alterna-
tive Christmas soundtracks from
The Beach Boys to Fountains of
Wayne will be playing, and the
show will begin with a video
twisting clips from old Christmas
movies.
"I think it's important to enter-
tain an audience even before they
come into a space," Donson said.
"I've sat hours waiting for a show
to start, and you get frustrated
and want to go in, and you want
some sort of bang for your buck."

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The set itself will bring the
audience deeper into the North
Pole, with many of the set materi-
als coming from cast donations.
"I haven't been calling it 'load
in.' Most people call moving
into the stage 'load in.' I'm call-
ing it, 'Hey, does anyone want to
help decorate Studio One with
me?' " said Charlotte Campbell,
the stage director and a junior in
the Schools of Engineering and
MT&D. "Essentially we're having
a Christmas tree and there's going
to be snow everywhere."
Being so close to finals week,
the collaborators of "The Eight:
Reindeer Monologues" hope that
the comedy can provide an enter-
taining break for busy students
while helping them look at the
approaching holiday season with
a different eye.
"It's very different, it's very
funny and it's really perfect
because of the commercialism
of Christmas and how we get
stuck in this wonderful time of
the year," Donson said. "There
are a lot of people who don't love
Christmas, and it's an interesting
spin on something we don't nor-
mally think about."

MUCH ADO
From Page 5A
reserved personality in a venue
like the Power Center which,
according to its website, seats
more than 1,300 people.
"The character is very soft-
spoken and quiet, so that is a
kind of strange thing, is how to
balance creating this character
that's supposed to be very shy
and demure, but still be a large
enough character and interest-
ing enough character for people
to notice you on this big stage
with this huge set," Cousins said.
Also contributing to the
romantic crosscurrents is Don
Pedro, portrayed by School of
MT&D senior Paul Koch. Accord-
ing toKoch, Don Pedro (a prince)
serves as a rallying force for the
men in the production and who,
despite his arrogance, manifests
his own personal complexities.
"I think that kind of bombast,
that confidence, is a cover for
some other stuff," Koch said..
"And that's always interesting to
play; it's always really interesting

to play a character that is oscil-
lating on a number of different
levels."
Neville-Andrews noted that
a few modifications have been
to the play. Not only has "Much
Ado" been shortened for length,
but it also now takes place in
the 1920s. According to Neville-
Andrews, this gives a contex-
tual justification for the strong
female role of Beatrice and also
strengthens audience connection
to the production..
Still, Neville-Andrews observed,
the Shakespearian language has
not been modernized. According
to Koch, this requires actors to
provide a relatable performance
- one of "naturalism."
Though multiple storylines
pepper the narrative, Neville-
Andrews pointed to overarching,
noble themes touted by Shake-
speare.
"I think if there is any message
to be taken from 'Much Ado,' it's
don't judge people too quickly
or harshly, investigate anything
negative you're told before you
act and remember love, compas-
sion and truth will conquer all,"
Neville-Andrews wrote.

SALTO
From Page 5A
nent because we both come from
ballet backgrounds," Badalian
said, referring to co-founder
Lizzi Shea, a senior in the School
of Nursing. "We wanted to dance
and puton shows, and wecouldn't
do that through the School of
Music, Theatre & Dance because
we're in LSA, so we started our
own group."
Badalian said many dance
groups at the University perform
one big show a year along with
smaller appearances at different
events. But Salto aims to produce
a show each semester. So far the
group has met that goal.
"We do a lot of numbers. We've
onlyhadtwoshows,buttheamount
of numbers we've had is really
ambitious," Badalian said. "The big
group numbers have everyone in

them, so we're constantly dancing
and never have abreak."
"We're still small and still
growing," she added.
Just as with its first show, Salto
will give a portion of the ticket
sales to charity. According to LSA
sophomore Aimde Vester, the
company will donate this semes-
ter's proceeds to the Jackson
School of the Arts, an organiza-
tion that offers art classes to chil-
dren without such opportunities.
This and the inspiration behind
"A Winter Wonderland" are both
deeply tied to the identity of Salto.
"I feel like this show really
encompasses who we are as a
group. We all have ballet back-
grounds but we also enjoy lyri-
cal," Badalian said. "The first half
is going back to our roots - really
ballet oriented dances - and the
second half is like our future as
dancers."
"It's what to look out for from
Salto," Vester added.

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