...a new play by Eleanor Burgess, BHS Class of 2002,is about four Brookline teenagers who gather to hang out before their graduation in the Spring of 2001. Ten years later, in 2011, they reunite as grownups but find that in a world swept by change, friendship is hardly as simple as it once seemed.
By Eleanor Burgess
Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
March 22 - April 16, 2017
For all life throws you between 18 and 28. Brookline Massachusetts, 2001: With graduation on the horizon, four high schoolers assemble for an epic hangout, laying bare their dreams for life ahead. Ten years later, they gather to do it all again - but find that in a world swept by change, friendship is hardly as simple as it once seemed. Their story boldly captures the joy and heartache of becoming a grownup in the America that no one saw coming. Contains mature language.
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Brookline High Needs YOU!
Without your help, it looks like the BHS Alumni Association may soon cease to exist. Not because we need funds (although that's always welcomed), but because we need people to give of an even more precious commodity...their time and energy.
We were founded more than 20 years ago as one of the first public high school alumni associations in the country. We've created a vibrant, useful and important organization: established contact with thousands of alumni, run a successful golf tournament, publish a twice-yearly alumni newsletter, hosted teacher breakfasts, supported numerous class alumni events, provided scholarships, concerts and seminars for current BHS students, created an archive of memorabilia and much, much more.
But now we're faced with a dilemma...in today's busy world, we are seeking volunteers. Any age, any amount of time you can give us. Can you help? There are lots of opportunities!! We need people to:
*join our board and attend monthly meetings in the early evening at the high school (no financial requirement or commitment, we promise!)
*help us update and maintain our website and/or administer our alumni Facebook group and other social media
*work with alumni reunion classes (answering questions, providing information and advice, act as a liaison)
*assist with financial aspects of running the organization
*organize events at the high school for students and teachers
*help plan the 175th anniversary of the high school in 2018
Whether you live locally or not, YOU can help! Please do it today: contact Stanley Goldberg '60 at firstname.lastname@example.org or Marcy Clebnik Kornreich '74 at email@example.com.
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We act as a resource for your reunions?
We save you considerable money on the cost of your reunions?
We maintain a data base of over 30,000 BHS alumni?
We publish and distribute to this data base newsletters with class and school news twice a year at considerable cost?
We receive no funds from the town or the school?
The school actually keeps no records about graduates after you graduate? That function is left for us.
We continually upgrade your information "24/7", and we welcome your participation in this?
We depend completely upon the annual dues of the alumni?
Dues are only $15 annually.
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