The Set


Welcome, welcome to the Lotus! Every cabin is the best on boat and gets all afternoon sun!

7 comments:

USelaine said...

It's a nice looking set!

Hilda said...

Wow. I wouldn't mind floors like that in my home! Is it part of the set or the stage's floor is really like that?

Most of the plays we've been watching this past year have symbolic sets rather than representational sets. Most of it has to do with the budget, of course, even for our professional theater groups.

Louis la Vache said...

Good capture of the set, Halcyon! "Louis" agrees that it's a shame you've had to put all that work into it for only 3 performances. No doubt they'll be a memorable three!

Virginia said...

How much fun for you . I am touring our Children's Theater this morning in order to start taking some photos for them. I am so excited to see the behind the scenes action. Great photo ops too I hope. What part do you play? Sorry this rowdy crowd can't all be on the first row on opening night. That's a scary thought.

Olivier said...

alors tout c'est bien passé, tu t'es bien amusée, pas trop de pression. tu devais être heureuse.

then all is well, you have fun, not too much pressure. you had to be happy.

Per Stromsjo said...

And all the morning sun too, I'm sure!

Live theater is the greatest form of entertainment as far as I'm concerned. Good to see that it's doing well and not fading away in our era of recordings and pre-packaged experiences.

Halcyon said...

I am actually a member of the cast. I play Louise, the French maid. I'll try to post some video of the dress rehearsals this week. We open this Friday!!!