May 5, 2016
For the first time ever, Coffeehouse, our once or twice yearly showcase of performing talent, was organized and run entirely by students from the music club and improv group, and they did a fantastic job. Coffeehouse featured poetry, both original and classic, about six different versions of the Green Day song Brain Stew (reggae version, country version etc.), and Nicholas Cage having a very peculiar day portrayed by Brian Conner. Alumni Eric Asker ('08) refereed the improv games with the same poise and wit he showed as a student, and seniors Ronan Taylor and Trevor Ferguson emceed the event in inimitable style.