Yep…you read that correctly. The new title is…… 57th National Mathlete Sum-It the almost all-girl math musical! More exciting news coming soon…..and a new logo!
The perfect musical that celebrates SMART GIRLS!
Photography by Hunter Canning!
Projections for the 57th National Mathlete Sum-It are available. Below are some examples of what they look like. They come in multiple formats. These projections are priced separately than royalties. They are all animations and have been created by a Broadway projection designer.
Story and Theme The Mathletes, the almost all-girl high school math team from Waukesha, Wisconsin, has lost – and then won – the Regional Math Competition. They are off to compete in the National Math SUM-IT. These smart and funny whiz kids must unite to solve difficult math problems with.out getting distracted […]
This addition to the New York Musical Festival hit all the right numbers with its charming story of friendship, budding romance, and working together in the face of every nerd’s greatest nightmare: public speaking. http://Stagebuddy.com The songs are the stand-out in Numbers Nerds. They do what great show tunes do – […]
Join us for the final private rehearsal in Chicago before we head to the Saturday, July 15, 5 p.m. Mundelein Center, Newhart Theatre, Lake Shore campus Click HERE for Mapquest Click HERE for a map of the campus Paid parking available on campus. Click HERE to reserve your FREE seats! No tickets will be issued, […]
The Numbers Nerds are a math team at Waukesha Charter High School, a Catholic all-girl school, which is now co-ed. We meet: Melissa, who dreams of being a math wizard like Einstein Mary Kate, a feminist shaped by the affirmations of the nuns, Barbie, an eccentric girl who sees colors […]
The 57th National Mathlete Sum-It is a new musical featuring strong roles for FIVE young women. Here are 10 reasons why your school should consider performing The 57th National Mathlete Sum-It: Five strong three-dimensional roles for young women. Roles for all character types – every audience member finds a “kindred spirit”. […]