This is coming together!
Now back to WORK.
I live for those.
I love discovering new techniques and ideas when watching TV or looking at magazines and billboards. When I see something I like, I try and dissect it in my mind right away and then immediately want to test it on my laptop, putting my own spin on it.
The best is when it works. Sometimes I get so excited when I figure something out, I jump out of my chair and dance for a few seconds.
Tonight was no exception. These videos for Spamalot are gonna look soooo good. And who doesn’t love a random dance party anyway?
The imagination is such a beautiful thing.
Been working on projection designs for Spamalot lately, and I’ve been in rehearsals for Spamalot lately.
Whole lotta work!!!
Here’s an interview with us at Ordinary Days with Lorie Lewis Ham of Kings River Life Magazine! Three shows left so make sure you come see it!
Last night brought one of a half dozen opening nights in the Valley community. I took in Ordinary Days at the Voice Shop in Fresno, CA. Being produced through the Organic Theatre Factory, director Anthony Taylor has staged the Adam Gwon musical in an effective minimal setting. I’ve said it before, and ill say it again. There is something to be said about the power of a single set, a piano, four performers and an intimate space. When everything is relying on the actors’ voices and portrayals it is going to be a love it or hate it experience. However, Taylor has cast a Fresno powerhouse foursome to bring this New York based show (more on that later) to life in a touching performance. Don’t let the title deceive you; there is nothing ordinary about this show.
Our first review! :)