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Audience

Thank you

Thank You!
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As actors, and members of a dedicated team like The Inn Theatre Company I’d figure that  you most prize an audience. After all, putting together a production without an audience is only half the fun.

It’s the same for me, however my audience is less easy to experience. I don’t get to be blinded by the stage lights and glimpse the crowd but I know you are out there which is why I’m taking time to say thanks to those of you who have commented on (and even requested) some of the photos that I’ve created during the King Lear adventure. A special big thank you to Max for trawling through the rehearsal photos and putting them into such entertaining blogs.

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Lear – Backstage, updated

Putting out the seating

for the bums, you must have seats

More than doubled the photos in the backstage post, although technically it’s no longer just backstage, but it’s still a salute to all the invisible work (and fun) that goes into the productions.

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Lear – the curious incident of the dog in the night-time

Rob found the turd in the tent

Dog Crap, not as funny as it looks

I love the access I’m allowed when working with The Inn Theatre Company. One of the aspects of this is getting shots that are incongruous – backstage – I’ve singled this (technically poor shot) out because it was less fun than it looked to me. Rob Wilcox (Duke of Albany) with one period shoe and a trainer, struck my funny bone. The reality was that a member of the public had let their dog crap in the gents changing tent, poor Rob found it.

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