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- Campfire made from spray painted swim noodles then hot glued together. Flames are made from foam sheets cut flat into flames, then rolled into a tube and hot glued to stay in tube shape giving it a random flame look
- Program from the amazing ART production of Pippin before it went to Broadway.
- From Shrek, PInocchio
- Donkey? costume pattern
- how to make farquaad legs - Google Search
- Rose from Bye Bye, Birdie - I want this jacket!!!
- Megan Hilty, Allison Janney, and Stephanie J. Block in 9 to 5 the Musical
Category Archives: Theatre News
As seen on Facebook, posted by Theatrefolk. I think there is room for a few more things in here, though, like “Audition angst“, “Damn, why can’t I get that dance step?“, and “I’ll never survive the humiliation of screwing up … Continue reading
I’ve been away from my blog for a while, but for good reason: a show, of course. Helping out with the local high school production of “The Pajama Game”. For those who don’t know it, it’s set in a 1950s … Continue reading
Our new school is finally open, with a brand new theatre! Where to start in singing the praises of the new auditorium? No more broken seats, missing seats, missing stage lights. The old wooden seats were uncomfortable to begin with, … Continue reading
And to finish off my Theatre Weekend Extravaganza…Blue Man Group. Is it “musical theatre”? Not in the traditional sense of course, but it’s definitely theatrical, has heart-pounding music, a healthy dose of performance art (as opposed to the unhealthy dose … Continue reading
My theatre extravaganza weekend continues with Legally Blonde as performed by the Alexander Children’s Theatre School. This musical is a keeper. I predict it will still be popular when Reese Witherspoon is an old woman! Is it too mature for … Continue reading
Finally had the opportunity to catch the show “13”, at the NextDoor Theater in Winchester, MA. I highly recommend it – great production. Interesting set, well-cast, and strong acting by all! As for the musical itself, I knew most of … Continue reading