Monthly Archives: February 2011

Divide and Conquer

Tonight we staged the Act II Finale, and it was all we could do to get it done in our allotted two hours.  There are 32 actors (not the entire cast) involved and, once again, that’s a lot of bodies … Continue reading

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Yes! Yes! Yes!

On this beautiful Sunday afternoon, we gathered in the basement of the Durham Arts Council for a three-hour rehearsal.  During that time we staged “When Anger Spreads His Wing,”  “This Helmet I Suppose” and “This is Our Duty Plain;” as … Continue reading

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Monkey Business

We had a very productive rehearsal tonight, staging “The World is but a Broken Toy,”  “A Lady Fair of Lineage High,” and “The Woman of the Wisest Wit;”  as well as the scenes preceding each musical number.  Along the way, … Continue reading

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Nothing Whatever to Grumble at (almost)

By and large, things are going extremely well. Costume sketches are coming in for all three choruses and for the principal characters — and they look fantastic.  I hear the work on the set is moving along splendidly.  Lighting and … Continue reading

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