after the rehearsal: night

notes from the director after rehearsal:

shooting star: consider making your entrance just a beat or two earlier so that the audience can see you more fully before you dip behind the eucalyptus on the left.

lamps: fab job, illuminating work

night sky: surprisingly great use of the sun as it continues its descent to the eastern morning, let’s keep that in, i think it makes for a terrific denouement

palms, what can i say? you continue to surprise. you dive into each character feet first every time with amazing results. in this last scene, what particularly impressed me was the subtle movement of your trunks against the revolving night sky, lovely and dramatic. keep up the good work!


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