|Ernst & Young Volunteers Lend a Hand
on The Mousetrap at CSC
Oct. 5-21, 2012
Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center
Professional Equity Theatre Presentation
Ernst & Young Volunteers Lend a Hand in building
Centenary Stage Company would like to thank the volunteers from Ernst & Young (Corporate Office Secaucus, NJ) for their help in building the set for the main stage production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. Along with CSC’s own technical director, Tom Fagerholm, the volunteers also worked under the guidance of Bob Phillips, most well known for his work as set designers for Sesame Street. The volunteers helped with the set painting, construction and took on other jobs that were vital in the final outcome of the set. Additional volunteers not pictured included Eileen Legg from Long Valley and Shankar Subramaniam from Budd Lake.
Community development is what drives the volunteers from Ernst & Young to dedicate their time and efforts towards local projects aimed to assist in the growth of the arts, business, and environmental awareness. Ernst & Young employees value integrity, respect, teaming, energy enthusiasm, and the courage to lead. Centenary Stage Company is grateful to the volunteers who took the time to help us create the plays authentic 1950’s English boarding house, Monkswell Manor.
Centenary Stage Company has a large volunteer community and always welcomes new volunteers. For information about volunteering please:
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