"PUT THOSE WITH THE REST OF THE BODY PARTS"
Yeah, I said that at work yesterday. And here are the "body parts"
It looks like a bunch of sausages! From right to left: hip rolls and butt bumps for period (1500-1700) dresses, a fat suit, Edna's "lady parts" from Hairspray, a ruffled bustle and a couple more fat suits. We make a lot of crazy stuff.
It was clean up the hat room day. It's amazing how much room there is when stuff it put back where it belongs. My god! I can get to the cabinet! Yeah, that's a box of astronaut helmets and court jester hats. Can you find the Viking horns?
The stage stripped bare. Where the magic happens. It also is so sad to see a naked stage. Those little paintings are the set painting class's projects and those metal things across the back are stage lights. We are done for the year. I look forward to this space being transformed for Arcadia in February. It will be an English manor house around 1803. That weird yellow light thing is called a "ghost light", I don't know why. Another strange theatre tradition.
he he he ---love the body parts!!ReplyDelete
Awesome to see backstage@!
You have such a fun and creative job! How woulda thunk - spare body parts!ReplyDelete
Keep these type of themed posts coming - that is so intriguing ~
Love the body parts photo! I bet you have all sorts of weird and wonderful costumes and accessories to play with. xxxReplyDelete
bum rolls and fake boobies! Fun!! Hooray theater!ReplyDelete
So much better than Silicon and botox.ReplyDelete
Lots of stuff indeed!ReplyDelete
We are so lucky to have an inside look backstage
Careful the viking helmet doesn't fall on someone's noggin, it looks mighty dangerous ;). Thank you for the tour! xoReplyDelete
What an interesting post!!!!! Love backstage theatre noseying!xReplyDelete