Hey lets all have a great year with the new technical experiences that come among us. Remember you do not always have to work with the best equiptment or get paid to work your magic, just remember that without you the show doesn't go.
Couldn't have said it better!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.
There is such a natural high from the feeling of accomplishment, plus the feeling that you have taken part in something bigger than just you or a few others. Throw in tradition and the drive to improve the production process and you have yourself a good situation.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?