• Fred: Imagine if someone handed you a box of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Betty: Wow, my Childhood innocence .
  • Jughead: and my will to live! I haven't seen this in years.
  • Archie: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Veronica: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Fred: Kids, could you lighten up a little?

“The way this game goes, you guys are gonna act out a scene. We’re going to give you a scene and characters and things like that. The twist is whenever you hear the bell, whoever spoke last has to rewind and give a new take on their line. You can just play out the scene as you want over the course of 60 seconds.”

  • Wade: Tomorrow is Garbage Day
  • Peter: I can't believe they have a whole day dedicated to you.


Andrew: *sees name on Post-It for autograph* Mackenzie, hi!

Me: Hi! Um… I’m the one who thanked you yesterday, and you asked me if life was good and I probably said yeah but I just wanted to say yes. It is. And I made you this- *pulls out the bookfold*

A: *takes it and stares in awe* WOW! That’s amazing! How did you do that?!

Me: It’s really easy, you just cut and fold.

A: So where are you from?

Me: Ohio.

A: What do you do?

Me: Uhm, I’m still in high school, but I work at a bookshop.

A: Oh, you like to read?

Me: Yeah!

A: Me too! *looks straight into my eyes* So life is good?

Me: Yeah.

A: *smiles* Well thank you very much! Have a good evening!

Me: You too!

I am still shaking. Oh my gosh.


April 26th, 2016 - May 29th, 2016

one year ago the spectacular journey of this show drew to a close. let us never forget this beautiful piece of theatre that showed us what it meant to really live.

“YInMn blue,” First blue pigment created in over 200 years. 

The pigment was the surprise result of a 2009 chemistry lab experiment at Oregon State University (OSU. 

Graduate student Andrew Smith made the discovery while working with professor Mas Subramanian to test new materials for potential use in electronics.

A mix of manganese oxide, yttrium, and indium, heated to nearly 2,000˚ F, produced the vivid, non-toxic blue