Jeckyl and Hyde goes up this coming Friday

jtweigandt

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Not bad for limited resources. Turnaround after Cinderella less than 3 weeks. Opens this coming Friday.. We're getting there.
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jtweigandt

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I love it when we get them out of their street clothes, and into their.. uh ... street clothes.. and yeah.. I have 2 dudes in the dark.. well it was first full run rehearsal. It's all a facade
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cbrandt

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I like the geyser effect for the burning, that reads really well.
 

sk8rsdad

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I'm guessing this some sort of musical adaptation. I'm familiar with Jeffrey Hatcher's Jekyll and Hyde which doesn't involve a chorus of street people. I designed the set and lights. My wife directed. Red appears to be a popular choice, as are streetlamps. :)
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jtweigandt

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I'm guessing this some sort of musical adaptation. I'm familiar with Jeffrey Hatcher's Jekyll and Hyde which doesn't involve a chorus of street people. I designed the set and lights. My wife directed. Red appears to be a popular choice, as are streetlamps. :)
Leslie Bricusse(Scrooge, Willie Wonka) and Frank Wildhorn (Scarlet Pimpernel) 1990 Broadway. Played almost 4 years.
 

TimMc

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Leslie Bricusse(Scrooge, Willie Wonka) and Frank Wildhorn (Scarlet Pimpernel) 1990 Broadway. Played almost 4 years.
But WHO IS the Scarlett Pim-per-nel? Not many musicals have a gavotte rhythm in the score... ;)
 

jtweigandt

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But WHO IS the Scarlett Pim-per-nel? Not many musicals have a gavotte rhythm in the score... ;)
We seek him here, we seek him there. I was fortunate enough to play Hal, one of the bounders 20 years ago
I also took a plaster cast of the face of our Pimpernel for the simulated beheading. He later played Jeckyl in our production a decade or more ago.. I put the "death mask" into the pile of artifacts in the lab. Never know when a saved prop or trinket comes in handy. Audience will never see it, but gives us a Wildhorn, Jeckyl nod to the past.
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jtweigandt

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final dress.. I love the red rat with the lamps appearing to be floating flames, and bringing it down to almost nothing light wise.
And for community I must say I think our costumers are really on their game here
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