I had a lot of fun over Spirit Week and I hope everyone else did, too!
More events are coming up that are a huge part of the year over at GRB.
One of these events is the fall play. This year, the fall play is entitled “What the Bellhop Saw.”
The play is a farce, as it often is during this season rather than in the spring. It is a bit of comedic relief from the seriousness of the amazing and extremely powerful fall play last year, The Laramie Project.
I was fortunate enough to get a summary from one of the play’s members, Grace Trepasso.
“What the Bellhop Saw” is about an accountant who books a room in New York’s best hotel through his brother, who is a bellhop there. The one-night romantic stay is scheduled to be with the accountant’s apparently oblivious secretary.
Parallel to what is going on with the hotel, an author who has written a controversial book has an assassin that is continually following him. Unfortunately for the author, he is being protected by a CIA agent who does not really live up to his title.
The agent is not very intelligent and is quite inept. The play is “filled with slamming doors and mistaken identities.”
I don’t know about you, but I am really excited to see how these two stories end up coming together!
The dates and times for the play are 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26.
Grace Trepasso said, “It’s a really funny show and anyone who likes to laugh should come.”
It may be too early to be thinking about Halloween, but it’s not too early to be thinking about blood!
Just kidding. However, the GRB Red Cross Blood Drive takes place at 8 a.m. Oct. 31. Giving blood is an amazing and simple thing you can do to save lives.
If you’re still nervous, maybe the doughnuts and pizza they give you afterwards will sway you!