Running Dog Productions is excited to present Shakespeare’s play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at Stone Bridge High School.
Performances: November 30, December 1 and December 2 at 7:00pm
We hope to see you there!
Running Dog Productions is a group that I care about very much, and I am excited to say that this is shaping up to be our best year yet! I have been involved in this department since my very first day of high school, eager to be where I am now. I consider it a great honor to be your president.
The tremendous growth that I have seen in both the quality of our shows and of our actors and technicians over the course of my time here has been truly remarkable, and just shows what a wonderful environment that has been created here for us, and which we must maintain for the generations that follow. With passion, determination, and collaboration, Running Dogs thrive.
Let’s make this our best year yet! #RDOE
Congratulations to all the schools who were nominated and who won awards at the 2017 Cappies Awards Gala last night!
Stone Bridge was very proud to be nominated for three Cappies. Here are the nomination title cards shown during the Awards Gala:
For the second year in a row, Stone Bridge won the Cappie Award for Creativity. Here is the title card shown after the announcement:
Here is the team accepting the award:
You can watch the award segment here:
Congratulations to Running Dogs:
HAIR AND MAKE UP–Abby Irons, Alora Scofield, and crew
CREATIVITY (Creation of the ASL Narrative)–Phoebe Taylor, Karen Zipor, Emily Young, Caleb Rouse
MALE DANCER–Kyle Broderick
Winners will be announced during the 2017 Cappies Gala taking place in the Concert Hall of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C. on June 11.
The 2016-2017 performance schedule is winding down, but we still have one exciting act left – Senior One Acts. Stay tuned for information on when and where you can experience our seniors’ final performances. We hope to transport you and inspire you one more time before the school year ends.
These one acts include original works, and all are directed by Running Dog seniors.