Did You Know...?

If you’re filming in a theatre with your iPhone, the shiny little apple on the back of your iPhone reflects the lights from the stage, so not only do we know that you’re filming us, we can also tell pretty much exactly where you’re sitting so we can tell stage management and get them to contact the ushers to make you stop and potentially even delete the footage. So here’s a pro tip: DON’T DO IT! Not only is it distracting for everyone behind you to see your little lit up screen but it’s also really distracting for the actors to see a little, bobbing, lit-up apple in the audience like it’s a Disney Sing-A-Long! Everyone in the theatre, on stage and backstage, work SO hard to make it the best LIVE performance possible for every audience, every night! It’s all real, life size and in front of you for one night only, so enjoy it while it’s there because I can guarantee you, it won’t be as good on YouTube!

“Audrey Hepburn was fluent in 5 langugages: Dutch/Flemish, English, French, Spanish and Italian. She was raised bilingually; speaking English and Dutch (resulting in her unique accent). Throughout her life, she used multilingualism to great advantage with international press in both her careers as an actress and humanitarian.”

Audrey Hepburn on the set of the Nun’s Story, 1958.