John Luke (Irish, 1906-1975), Judith and Holofernes. Oil on board. National Museums of Northern Ireland.
Helen Simoneau Danse
If Jim Wren truly loved me he would have added this to our production of Spamalot! so I could have done the projection and then a little clip of me having a heart attack and then the story would have proceeded and it would have been a baller nod to my final show at UNCG.
I’m incredibly fortunate to be in a career that I’m passionate about, more than anything. It’s amazing to wake up and go to work in theatre, because the effect it has on people is so profound, so human, so vulnerability-exploring, and that is a really cool thing. Theatre impacts people in a way that few things we still participate in as a culture do, on a communal level, on a social and group level, and I love that. I enjoy working with my hands, problem solving, creating images and beautiful visuals and all that, but deep down it’s really the way it makes people feel that gets me most. That magical moment when the Phantom of the Opera reveals his face and the light goes cool blue and you can just feel the air get sucked out of the room - moments like that, are exactly why I love my job so much.
totally into futursimon :)
I read this as “totally into futurisimo”
and I got really excited because so am I,
I love the work of Marinetti but I didn’t
understand how this applied to Mistfits
so I read it again and got sad because
it turns out I’m just a nerd.
"Come help with costume storage if you aren’t doing anything."
1. To completely disassemble weeks of work in a single night.
2. A process followed by the total relief at the idea of finishing a show.
HOP UP OUT THE BED
PULL MY SWAG UP
TAKE A LOOK AT THE ELECTRIC SAY WHATS UP