Sunday, November 26, 2006

Happy Dance!

Upon successful opening of the show, our Director takes a moment to dance as King of the Sea Turtles. OK.... I guess you had to be there. But just in case you weren't, here it is:

Production photos will be up soon. In the meantime, we move onward to our production of SIX WOMEN WITH BRAIN DEATH!! Details coming soon!!!


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I apologize for the complete randomness of this posting, but I couldn’t find an e-mail address to contact you by on your blog. My name is David Hanzal, and I’m currently studying theatre arts at Lawrence University. For my senior project next fall, I’m directing and designing an experimental production of Euripides’ MEDEA. For my set design, I hope to have a pool onstage. However, my scenic design professor has never actually built a pool onstage, and while I found your blog (and the photos of the construction of your pool for METAMORPHOSES) both interesting and helpful, I was wondering if there’s any way that you could please (1) tell me how you successfully sealed your pool onstage, as well as any other helpful hints, or (2) if you could share with me more specifically your step-by-step process in building your pool. You can contact me through my e-mail address: Any advice would be much appreciated!!!

Thank you,

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