The Curtain Closes for this Senior
Throughout these past months, I have learned so much about the process of writing and about the Depot Theatre. I am constantly, pleasantly surprised by the hard work, dedication and creativity that went into all the Depot Theatre’s performances. I never had a difficult time finding subjects to write about, because there is such a rich variety to choose from over the past forty years at the theatre. To conclude, I’ve put together a highlight reel of some of my favorite photographs over the years that did not make it into earlier posts. These photographs showcase vivid costumes, great expressions, and amazing talent across the years.
Four months have flown by faster than I could have imagined. To begin, I would like to thank everyone who has helped me during this internship, especially Kim Rielly and David Howson. I am so grateful to have been a part of the Depot Theatre for the past few months. I wish I could keep blogging, but unfortunately, I must graduate.
Although the curtain is closing on my internship, this upcoming summer is sure to be a great season! Come out and celebrate the Depot Theatre on their 40th anniversary!
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About the Depot Theatre Archival Project:
Lindsey Poremba is a senior at Skidmore College. She is from Brookline, New Hampshire, but in the past few years has grown to love living in upstate New York. At Skidmore, she is studying art history and arts administration, which led her to learn about the Depot Theatre, and the Westport community. This semester, she is continuing the work of archiving visual materials for the Depot Theatre.
Note: The Depot does its best to identify photos and other materials in our archives. Given the 40-year span, there may be missing or incomplete information. We welcome any additional information, corrections and edits that will help complete the archive for years to come!