First of all, thank you to everyone who has already donated! With less than two weeks to opening night, we’re recording our skits, polishing our songs, and getting our steps down before the final rehearsals at Central Catholic next week. It has been amazing so far to see the talents of our classmates blossom as Beauty and the Yeast Infection has taken shape. We are so excited to take you into the story of Yeast and Belle, once upon a time, in the not-so-faraway land of Scaife…
We are extremely grateful for all your help and support of this year’s production. Our fundraising is drawing to a close, and at over $9000 raised, we are so close to our goal! We are looking forward to what these final hours of the campaign will bring. If you haven’t already, we hope you will consider supporting our production and helping to continue the successful legacy of Scope and Scalpel in its 64th year!
Things are moving along at Scope and Scalpel!
We are getting closer and closer to the performance in May, and Beauty and the Yeast Infection is really coming together. We are rehearsing almost every night this week, getting our steps down and beginning to really nail those notes. We’re finalizing the plans for scenery and sets, and the show is starting to bud into its final form.
Thank you again to all who have donated or plan to donate. Your contributions enable us to have a theater in which to perform, sets and costumes, and resources to make the entire production a great success. We couldn’t do it without your support!
Make sure you check out our newest promotional video, Stridor Things Episode 3, below!
We are moving forward on rehearsals for this year’s show…Beauty and the Yeast Infection!
The orchestra is hard at work learning their music, performers and singers are getting their blocking down, and the directors are diligently ironing our ideas into a reality.
Check out our newest promotional video, Stridor Things Part II, and show poster below!
Your dreams are big, and so is that stack of MCAT prep books. $10 gets you one extra (imaginary) point on the bio section, and a warm welcome from your future colleagues.
You know what year you are based on the color of your white coat. Don't let that random brown stain get you down, $25 will fund a communal bottle of bleach and several rounds of laundry.
Dearest intern: Thank you for always double checking my I/Os, co-signing my orders, making sure I'm allowed to eat lunch, and generally ensuring that I'm un-pimpable on rounds. Oh, and that $50 wasn't bad either... Love, your MS4
With great power comes great responsibility. For $100, you can help support your friendly medical student. Remember, the one you left in the resident lounge 3 days ago without dismissing for the day? Yes, he is still there.
Your medical student has diligently run the CHA2DS2-VASc, HAS-BLED, ASCVD, CURB-65, APGAR, MOCA, CAGE, WASP, GCS, and PHQ-9 assessments on your entire floor. Please consider contributing to her SANITY score with a generous $250 donation.
Budgeting and expenses have now become a part of your job, so you know first hand how difficult it can be to adequately supply your team with the equipment they need. But $500 can buy....CHAIRS! And tables, and buckets, and surgical caps, and....basically all the props we'll need in the show.
Could you imagine that a four-letter word could carry so much power, respect, and (obviously) a guaranteed mention in this year's show?? A contribution of $1000 will make sure that you watch in style -- padded seats, air conditioning, an assortment of baked goods and sodas available for purchase to be consumed outside of the venue during intermission only, please -- yes it can all be yours.