|Set Model by Kristen Robinson.|
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The campus was bustling this Tuesday with over fifty WCP staff members, actors, and designers, all converging on the rehearsal studio for our first “meet and greet” of the season. But while this was the first day for many of us, our stage management team had already been here working hard for a week to prepare the room for the three-week rehearsal period.
For our production of David Ives’ The Liar we are excited that the entire rehearsal process is happening right here at the Playhouse in our Lucille Lortel White Barn Sheffer Rehearsal Studio. For much of the year this is an all-purpose space used for events, parties, play readings, etc., but for the next month it will become home to the creative rehearsal process of the first play of our 2015 Season.
|Megan Smith, Lauren Stern, and Ed Herman.|
|Character models and set pieces for use in the set model.|
|Taping out the floor down to the inch.|
It's all about making the actors and the director happy and comfortable during rehearsals. The audience doesn't often see the important work of stage management but when rehearsals go well and the team is happy and knows what to expect, the results always shine through during performance.
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