Monthly Archives: April 2008

YouTube…

For those of you who missed the performance — or who would like to be reminded of the production — you can see video clips from our final dress rehearsal on YouTube at the links below. http://youtube.com/watch?v=B9ynLY6hzX4 http://youtube.com/watch?v=1r2phb9uLcw Advertisements

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Finis

We had a terrific run: huge crowds; a consistently enthusiastic response; and extremely focused and powerful work from everyone on the entire production team. The show has closed, the set has been struck, the costumes and props packed away, the … Continue reading

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Starting off with a Bang

We had an amazingly large crowd for a Thursday night preview. They were with us every step of the way and I couldn’t have been more proud of the performance. I love the first night with an audience — it’s … Continue reading

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Get ’em while they’re hot!

Final dress rehearsal is now behind us.  It has been a long process from last spring’s initial production meetings, through casting, design, construction and rehearsals — and everything has come together superbly.  Performances are sharp, crisp and energized, and we’re … Continue reading

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All But the Ending

Tonight was our second night in the theater and more progress was made.  We added make-up and costumes — which look great.  We have a short list of things to finish and things to change but, all in all, they’re … Continue reading

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Step by Step

We’re in!  This morning the early birds loaded the set into the Carolina Theater (and it looks fantastic).  This afternoon lights were re-hung, gelled and focused, but we didn’t have time to program the lighting cues before the actors arrived.  … Continue reading

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And Now for Something Completely Different…

Another great rehearsal.  Tonight was our understudy run-through — when we run the entire show with the understudies in the principal roles.  Bear in mind that all the understudies are also performing in the chorus, so they have learned their … Continue reading

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