the set is actually three-dimensional.

Today we entered into the performance space. Since today was all about spacing, we marked through the show (“mark” means to not do it full out) to check for sight-lines and such. It was actually rather draining, more so than giving a full performance in some ways. Waiting and performing without energy both totally sap my energy. But we did complete the work we needed to complete. For me it was great to actually have people in the audience, and to see the real configuration of the audience. Things are different when you can sense the audience members, feel the lighting, and move on real platforms. It takes a little bit of adjustment. It was very informative.

We begin tech tomorrow. Send us all your good thoughts as we go into overtime to make this play whole. 


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