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  • The Mask and Wig Band rocked KOB 2014

    Bringing Down the (TEP Chapter) House at KOB

    The Mask and Wig Band Is well-known around campus for blowing the roof off the venues of their gigs. On Saturday, November 22, they kept this tradition alive at their annual Kick Off Bash! This is one of the favorite events among members of the undergraduate company, and it did…

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  • Mask and Wig visited Hasty Pudding at their Fall Show

    Wig Performs with Hasty Pudding at their Fall Show

    Mask & Wig and Hasty Pudding… two collegiate musical comedy power houses… separated for over 100 years… after a fire-filled feud… finally come together… in a story that was long foretold by really bored prophets… where the denouement is a battle… but in this battle… violence isn’t the weapon… instead…

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  • One Wigger's adventures in London

    On Being in Wig and Abroad

    When I was accepted to the Penn English Program in London for the Fall 2014 semester, I was giddy with excitement over the thought of having high teas, reading and analyzing Shakespeare in his native land, and planning weekend excursions all throughout Europe – with one glaring, terrifying reservation. For…

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  • Wiggers supporting Walking for Wendy

    Despite Rainy Weather, Walking for Wendy A Tremendous Success

    This past Saturday, November 1st, thousands of people across Philadelphia grabbed their umbrellas and gathered at Fairmount Park for the annual PurpleStride 5k. As we have for many years, Mask and Wig members came out in support of the Keil Family and the Walking for Wendy team, raising money to…

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  • The 2014 Fall Show, An Eye for an Island, was a great success

    Pre-Show Panic and Post-Show Pride: Reflecting on “An Eye for an Island”

    Last week marked the culmination of months of preparation for our annual Fall Show. An Eye for an Island ran for seven performances between Wednesday October 15 and Saturday October 18. It always amazes me how thousands of cumulative man-hours come to fruition and then come to a close within…

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