Lost With You is a new musical that tells the story of a family who never seem to be in sync with one another. Emulating her mother as a successful owner of a local iced tea company, Juliette sells lemonade in the hopes of getting out of the small town and becoming somebody. Meanwhile, Juliette’s older brother, Jerome, plays chess alone, never having felt like he belonged anywhere. When a new boy named Nick moves into town, everything changes. Jerome suddenly finds himself lost in the possibility of having met someone who makes him feel something real for the first time. Original music by Josua Lutian ’18, and book and lyrics by Katie Monteleone ’18. Coproduced by the Department of Music and the Department of Theater and Dance in partnership with the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, the Meehan Family Theater and Dance Fund, and the Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Contact: Shannon Hodgdon, shannon.hodgdon@colby.edu, 207-859-4520


Lost With You is a new musical that tells the story of a family who never seem to be in sync with one another. Emulating her mother as a successful owner of a local iced tea company, Juliette sells lemonade in the hopes of getting out of the small town and becoming somebody. Meanwhile, Juliette’s older brother, Jerome, plays chess alone, never having felt like he belonged anywhere. When a new boy named Nick moves into town, everything changes. Jerome suddenly finds himself lost in the possibility of having met someone who makes him feel something real for the first time. Original music by Josua Lutian ’18, and book and lyrics by Katie Monteleone ’18. Coproduced by the Department of Music and the Department of Theater and Dance in partnership with the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, the Meehan Family Theater and Dance Fund, and the Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Contact: Shannon Hodgdon, shannon.hodgdon@colby.edu, 207-859-4520


Lost With You is a new musical that tells the story of a family who never seem to be in sync with one another. Emulating her mother as a successful owner of a local iced tea company, Juliette sells lemonade in the hopes of getting out of the small town and becoming somebody. Meanwhile, Juliette’s older brother, Jerome, plays chess alone, never having felt like he belonged anywhere. When a new boy named Nick moves into town, everything changes. Jerome suddenly finds himself lost in the possibility of having met someone who makes him feel something real for the first time. Original music by Josua Lutian ’18, and book and lyrics by Katie Monteleone ’18. Coproduced by the Department of Music and the Department of Theater and Dance in partnership with the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, the Meehan Family Theater and Dance Fund, and the Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Contact: Shannon Hodgdon, shannon.hodgdon@colby.edu, 207-859-4520


This month’s Hawaii Club meeting. Activities will include lei making and cultural movie viewing.


Information Session on the fall semester Colby at Bigelow Program (http://www.colby.edu/bigelowprogram/). Students interested in this program for the fall of 2017 or 2018 are encouraged to attend.