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Free Show and Auditions

Congratulations to the class of 2018 and to all of the transfer students on your decision to come to Penn! The Mask and Wig Club is Penn’s premier musical comedy group, and we would love to get the chance to meet you during NSO and show you what we are all about! Here is a calendar of upcoming events that you shouldn't miss:

  • - August 23rd - NSO Comedy Night at Platt Performing Arts House featuring performances by Bloomers, Without a Net, Simply Chaos, and the Excelano Project,

  • - August 24th (Afternoon) - NSO Preceptorial on Penn Theater at the our historic Clubhouse downtown

  • - August 24th (Evening) - NSO Toga Party - The Mask and Wig Band performs live

  • - August 29th - Mask and Wig performs at Freshman Performing Arts Night

  • - August 31st - The Freshman Free Show in Zellerbach Theater followed by a Schmoozer in the Quad

  • - September 1st - Auditions with location TBD

Leave your e-mail below for more information, and if you have any questions, please e-mail auditions@maskandwig.com.

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