Tuesday, April 17, 2012

4.17.12 - Post Show

This will be my last post on this blog.  We had three wonderful shows this past weekend and audience members seemed to really love the show.  I was very pleased with the quality of the show and the reaction to the show.

Thank you again to all the people who helped make this show possible and to everyone who came to see the show.

Here's a link to some great photos taken by Alec Jacobson of our final dress rehearsal last week:


Saturday, April 14, 2012

4.14.12 - Performance # 3

Closing Night!  Thanks for coming to the show!

If you have anything you'd like to say about tonight's performance, please comment here.

Friday, April 13, 2012

4.13.12 - Performance # 2

Comment here if you have any thoughts about the second performance.

Thanks for coming!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

4.12.12 - Performance # 1

Thanks for coming to the show!

Please comment on this post with any responses to the play.

4.11.12 - Rehearsal 27

Last night of rehearsal!  We worked a few scenes, then did a full run through, and then worked some problematic technical transitions.  There were a few people in the audience and it was nice to finally have some people responding to the play.  Opening night is tomorrow!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

4.10.12 - Rehearsal 26

We spent the first hour working a few scenes and then did two full run throughs will all technical elements.  Jasia did a really great job calling all the light, sound, and set cues after just learning them the day before.  All of us actors made some mistakes in the first run through since we hadn’t done some of the scenes in a week and hadn’t run through the play in many days.  The second run through felt more comfortable. 

Amherst’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) has been a huge help in the development of this play.  Jenny Morgan, a staff writer for the CCE, wrote an article about the play.  Check it out!

Monday, April 9, 2012

4.9.12 - Rehearsal 25

Not a whole not to say about tonight’s rehearsal even thought we did a lot.  We worked on a few specific scenes for a hour and then spent the next four hours finishing the tech elements of the show.  Here's a link to the promotional video for the show: