Are you as excited for “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” as we are? Be sure to give our trailer a watch!
Our performances are fast approaching, so mark the dates in your planners! To reserve tickets, head over to our ticket section.
We are proud to announce the play for this year’s production: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by American playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis! Find out more about our current production. Our cast and crew are majorly excited!
We would like to thank the Zürcher Studierendenzeitung for reviewing our performance of August: Osage County. Click the link to read the article and make sure to come and watch the play to convince yourselves. Also, check out their instagram and facebook.
Since today is the day of our premier for our rendition of August: Osage County, we prepared a little something for you. Check out our video below, where our crew tells us their favorite lines of the play.
If you are ready to get into the mood for ‘August: Osage County’ check out our new trailer in our gallery. Or simply watch the video below.
Our planning and rehearsals for August: Osage County are well underway. We know how badly you want to see what we’re working on, and without giving away too much we have just the thing for you. The August: Osage County Gallery is up. Click here to check it out and stay tuned for more sneak peeks.
We’re excited to finally announce that our play for 2018 will be August: Osage County by Tracy Letts. Make sure to check out our Current Production tab (or just click the link) to learn more about this year’s production and don’t forget to have a look at our announcement trailer further below. Meanwhile, our cast and crewContinue reading “August: Osage County – Announcement”
The Blueprint Masquerades, in association with Photographia Salonica (photographia.ch), participated in this year’s ZFF 72. This is a short film competition as part of the Zurich Film Festival, in which teams have 72 hours to plan, shoot and edit a film of no longer than 72 seconds’ length. This year’s topic was “blue”. After 3Continue reading “From Stage to Screen: ZFF 72”