August: Osage County – Announcement

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 crew are doing their best to provide you with amazing performances later this year.

From Stage to Screen: ZFF 72

The Blueprint Masquerades, in association with Photographia Salonica (, 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 3 days of hard work, we are happy to present our contribution to the contest: “Chapter One”. It tells the story of a writer who can’t write. She tries, and fails, to approach writing from different angles. To find inspiration, she has to find herself first…

Check out our film and support us by voting for it here!



We are extremely excited about the numerous students who decided to pay us a visit at our Meet & Greet. If you liked what you saw and you’re interested in joining our theater group, you should definitely come to the auditions on October 4th. You can find the link for the application and more information further below. So, if you like acting, this is the perfect opportunity for you to join the Blueprint Masquerades!



Meet & Greet

A new year at university has started: which means that we at Blueprint Masquerade are preparing for a new production cycle. We’re excited to start another project, which means: new challenges, new ideas but most importantly, new people!

If you have a passion for theater, marketing, photography, acting, stage or costume design, or if you just want to meet old members and potential new ones, you’re welcome to this year’s BPM Meet & Greet.


A Thank You (with Pictures)

Almost a week has passed since our final performance and we haven’t quite figured out what to do with that much free time yet! 

We wanna use this moment to thank everyone who has helped us to bring Arcadia to life: the cast and crew, our generous sponsors, Heidi from Freistil-Kostümatelier and our dear friend Melanie who created our beautiful costumes, Jeanette who made us look pretty and/or old with her make-up, everyone who volunteered to help us to sell tickets/cakes at the performances or any of our events before, and especially you, dear audience, for coming to our performances and laughing at our jokes! You are the true heroes!

And what better to say thank you than showing you some pictures of what we have created together. The gallery with the pictures of the performances is up. Check out our gallery and relive the best moments of Arcadia! 

See you again next year!*

*meaning: stay tuned for more Arcadia aftermath and other BPM projects

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