Tuesday, January 24, 2012

An Intern's Perspective #3

So, the preliminary construction for 'CL1000P' is almost there. (Flats are up, screws are in, joint compound lathered on.) After that, we just need to fancy it up. Actors learned a very beautiful song called 'Dido's Lament' and have also restructured Acts II & III for the better. Act III has really taken off. It's funny, heartfelt, and strange all in one. Seriously, it's extremely difficult to get through a rehearsal without laughing hysterically (in a good way). What else? The lovely Linnaea- the other intern- has just begun costume fittings for the actors. Oh, and there will definitely be interpretive dancing.

This just in: all normal $10 tickets for the show have sold out. Luckily, there are still tickets available for the Patron Preview benefit night. I hear there will be food and most importantly, special attention from the cast and crew. The people who reserve for that specific night 'contributes to the Rude Mechs' ability to keep making thoughtful, pushy, award-winning theatre.'


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