written many times here how much I have enjoyed working on a particular show
and I know that I may seem that I loved all the shows that I have worked on over the years, but the 1991-92 season at Brockport was one of the best
all-around seasons of plays that I have ever worked on.
play in the season was well done, had great casts and challenging sets to work
We were lucky
at that time that we had a great core of tech students who enjoyed working on
the second time while I was at Brockport
that we did The Diary of Anne Frank.
done the same show about eight years earlier and it should no surprise to
readers of this Blog that we still had set pieces from that production in stock
and were able to use several old pieces in the new set.
We used several
windows and building top cut-outs on the skyline upstage of the set.
big sink was used and I am sure that some of the same furniture must have been
it was not really seen by the audience we welded a spiral staircase to the
one of the first pieces that we used our new MIG welder on.
today we did school matinees for many of the productions back then.
that year we were able to do matinees for all four productions which added nicely
to our income that year.