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Originally posted by underoos-tom

Why should stage crew be appreciated
  • People think it is an easy job unlike acting, but everyone involved in the show ends up spending all their time in rehearsals
  • They do their job in the darkness, I mean how can they see anything?
  • They have to always be aware of actors, who might rush through backstage to get changed or something
  • “Who was in charge of that chair that is still oN sTaGe?”
  • They have to keep track of the time, as blackouts are short
  • “OMG I just made that actor move to the wrong spot on stage by putting set at the wrong angle IT’S MY FAULT” - just an everyday thought
  • They have to squeeze in tiny spaces when the entire cast is waiting behind the curtain
  • When ONE gets sick, the whole algorithm of moving set has to be changed even for one rehearsal
  • There is never enough of them backstage but you cannot have more because of the space
  • They are always there to help everyone backstage by fixing a dress or finding a prop and it is CUTE and SWEET
  • NO YOU DON’T HAVE TO MOVE THE TABLE, I DO THAT”  
  • The amount of squeezed arms and feet overrun by a really heavy set is terrifying 
  • They are not mentioned pretty much anywhere WHY
  • They make stuff like FLYING ON STAGE happen
  • They are truly the ninjas of theatre
  • THEY ARE GREAT AND MUST BE LOVED, thank you

IF YOU SEND HATE TO A CELEBRITY AND OR THEIR SIGNIFICANT OTHER OR SUPPOSED SIGNIFICANT OTHER, YOU ARE NOT A TRUE FAN, IF YOU AREN’T HAPPY BECAUSE THEY ARE HAPPY YOU ARE NOT A TRUE FAN TRUE FANS WILL LOVE THEIR FAVE NO MATTER WHAT AND WOULD SUPPORT THEN THROUGH THE THICK AND THIN AND WOULD BE HAPPY IF THEIR FAVE IS HAPPY AND KNOW THAT CELEBRITIES ARE ACTUAL HUMANS WITH EMOTIONS TOO AND WILL LOVE AND SUPPORT THEM 

THAT’S THE TEA

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Remembering Marilyn Monroe on her birthday ❤️

“I never wanted to be Marilyn - it just happened. Marilyn’s like a veil I wear over Norma Jeane.”

Photographs taken by Lawrence Schiller on her 36th birthday on the set of Something’s Got to Give (June 1st, 1962)

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