Proscenium

That’s a Wrap

Load Out

Closing night/day of our show which ends the run of one of the most fun times I have had doing a show.  Following our matinee we had to strike the set from the theater and return it to the studio where we store the set pieces.  While it may not be my favorite part about doing shows, there is something about returning a stage to the blank slate allowing the next production to begin assembly, whatever it may be.   I did enjoy working with this group of people, very much.  And I do feel like we grew stronger, as an ensemble, which resulted in a successful show. It’s why I love performing and is why I can’t just direct or design.  But until the next show, I will enjoy the downtime.  October 7, 2012

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