Friday, December 11, 2009

Not quite there yet

During rehearsal for a high school production of "Pygmalion", the cast, and the set, are both imperfect. Come opening night, the entire production will be polished and ready for an audience.

Insider info: This is the backside of one half of the set. On production night, the walls will be complete. The ENTIRE SET spins around on 85 casters, revealing a completely different interior scene. Amazing!

5 comments:

  1. Wow, that set is amazing - wish I lived closer - I would love to see your production! I am taking my niece to see Annie the Musical over the weekend...we saw the Imperial Nutcracker last weekend....I am so lucky I got a niece, my boys would never enjoy going to musicals and ballets w/ me LOL

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  2. Just you wait Henry Higgins, just you wait!
    Lucky Tammy's boys are normal eh, poor Niece.

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  3. Shot of the school play really bring back memories of lots of plays and contests when I was working with schools - those were some of the best times as a teacher/administrator.

    Very cool (cold?) technique on the snow photo. Glad it's you, not me!!!

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  4. My husband's construction class builds the sets for the drama class. Looks like a great set.

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