Sunday, October 25, 2009

In Front of the Scenes

I must apologize for my absence. My excuse is that on October 18th we began load in and technical rehearsals for the show, which was to have its first audience five days later on October 23rd. Despite its simplicity, The Woman in Black is surprising difficult, technically. There are twice the average number of sound cues (triple letters, for those in the know), and at intermission we had to switch from the patch system to the page system to accommodate all the light cues. Furthermore, the play requires a great deal of precision to suspend the narrative. It's a fast moving river that escalates as the action progresses. But I'm back, with a preview-- in front of the scenes-- clip from our Sunday matinee.

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