Places, House Lights Down, Open Curtain
Arsenic and Old Lace now showing at Heidelberg Theatre Company.
This is probably going to be my last post on this play. It will finish in three weeks and I think they will be playing to packed houses each night.
Photographing this play has been different to the last two. Every time I went down I felt like a stranger, someone intruding. I know I wasn’t, but the experience was nothing like it was for Summer of the Seventeenth Doll. I got to know that cast and felt like I was part of it. That didn’t happen this time. I really didn’t get to know anyone really, I was just the person at the front taking photos.
I do wish them the best for the run of the play, though I know it will be well liked.
This is my last play for sometime now. I won’t be doing the next play, though Joan Moriarty is directing the second play, and I think I will photograph hers. I would really like to. I think Joan is fabulous and her plays are always lots of fun. I have worked with her many times, and she has said it will be okay. She will be directing August: Osage County by Tracy Letts.