wemeck said:Ditto!!! But th toys and keeping up with the advances of Theater Technology (especially in a education environment) keeps the over all experience progressive. I like the struggle of progression and the quest to grow from the technical and performance end. That is one of the reason that I do computer technology and technical theater. I like the fast paced evolution of products, services, and totality of the craft.
plug_in_baby said:yeah, the truly best bit though is spending all the time before hand setting up, rigging, focusing, plotting and then getting to see the show unfold without a hitch. Or so i am told, having never seen a perfect show, is there one? thats actually a good question, ahs anyone ever had a show that's gone perfectly, without any problems at all?