“Hi! My name is Sarah Rossignol and I am currently a high school junior. I am the student representative for the Open Book Players board. Aside from taking part in various reader’s theater performances, I enjoy taking part in drama, dance, my school’s Tennis team, skiing, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Academic Decathlon, and Girl Scouts. My favorite part of reader’s theater is meeting new people of all ages. Not only do I get to perform, I get to hear stories from people of all ages. Reader’s Theater is a very eye opening experience that I love to share with others!”
Richard Bostwick lives in Hallowell and has been active in theater for awhile. Like most, Richard caught the Theater bug in High School. But that was a very long time ago. He moved to the Augusta are in the Late 1970s and became active with The Gaslight Theater in Hallowell. He estimates that he has acted, directed, run tech, and sung in over 125 productions since then. He became introduced to Reader’s Theater during Maine One Act Festivals. He has since performed in about half a dozen and likes the chance to perform in this other form.
“ Hi! My name is Sherry Rossignol and I am the mother of Sarah Rossignol. I enjoy helping out with various Open Book Players shows and events. Ever since my daughter joined drama and theater in 2nd grade, I’ve always gone to her shows and supported the arts in anyway I can. While I do not take part in theater, I enjoy taking part in other arts such as scrapbooking, sewing, and crocheting! “