Proscenium

Sink or Swim

Room to Breathe
Room to Breathe

We had our first real dress rehearsal tonight, and with the show less than 48 hours away, this shot is a simple reminder of how much work needs to be done and how little time we have remaining.  It is amazing how things do ultimately come together, but boy do I wish it wouldn’t have to be so difficult.  Still the cast has an incredible amount of energy and they will pick me up as they persevere and continually rise to that level that make some so proud of them.  It’s what really keeps me coming back and what makes me appreciate and really enjoy the job I have.  I wouldn’t want it any other way.  December 4, 2012

 

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