Arts and CultureCurtain Call
Gain new skills, meet fun people, and learn what goes into making Theatre TCC! one of the finest and fastest growing theatres in the area.
Curtain Call also participates in services for the community and offers scholarship opportunities. Additionally, members have exclusive access to computer, printer and internet access at the Curtain Call office, located on the first floor of the CH building. The office is a great stop between classes for rehearsing, studying and socializing.
Students who participate in at least one theatre production each semester may earn one elective credit for their efforts. Play Production [THE 2090] may be repeated up to four times, allowing a student to earn credit each semester they participate in production related tasks (including performance). For a complete list of theatre courses, visit Theatre TCC!
Curtain Call meets every other Wednesday at 4 p.m. in EN 237. Any TCC student interested in the group is welcomed to stop by!
Fall 2017 Meeting Calendar:
- August 23
- September 6
- September 20
- October 4
- October 18
- November 1
- November 15
- November 29
Andrew Falls, Student President
Eva Nielsen-Parks, Director of Theatre and Curtain Call Faculty Advisor
Phone: (850) 201-9882
Andrew Falls, President
Andrew is in his third year at Tallahassee Community College and is honored to be serving as this year’s Curtain Call President. Andrew was previously the Vice President. A few favorite recent show credits include The Monster in Theatre TCC!'s production of “Young Frankenstein,” Touchstone in “The Curate Shakespeare: As You Like It,” and he was most recently seen as John Watson in The Monticello Opera House's production of “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery.” Andrew is dedicated to Curtain Call and making sure that by the time he leaves TCC at the end of the year, he leaves a positive footprint and a lasting legacy at Theatre TCC!
Patrick Montgomery, Vice President
Patrick is excited to begin his last year as a student at Tallahassee Community College. He was Marshall Herrick in last year’s production of “The Crucible,” and he is looking forward to a great season as an officer for Theatre TCC! Patrick hopes we can bring new people in and help others find their passion for this crazy thing we do, like Theatre TCC! did for him!
Alexa Roddenberry, Special Events Coordinator
Alexa is a graduate from Wakulla High School, and an unbridled enthusiasm for theatre inspired her to have her sights set on some grand adventures here at Tallahassee Community College. Her Theatre TCC! credits include Audrey in “The Curate Shakespeare: As You Like It,” and a member of the Ensemble in “Pippin,” as well as many other productions in the Tallahassee Area. She hopes to transfer to FSU to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Art History. Alexa is so honored to be able to serve as an officer for the 2017-2018 season, and cannot wait to see what talent this year will bring!
Desmond Maxwell, Secretary
Desmond is a freshman at TCC but has been dual-enrolling from Wakulla High School for two years now. Being in both TCC's “The Crucible” and the musical “Pippin,” he is ready to take on anything the 2017-2018 season has in store. Desmond looks forward to helping in any and every way to make Curtain Call the best it can be.