Me and my friend are soon to be bringing our show to Off-Broadway!
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Saturday, wow what a crazy day. It was such a whirlwind, I really tried to stop and smell the roses along the way. I took some pics but not tons, I knew plenty of other people would post photos much better than mine and I didn’t want to spend the day staring at my phone. So, that said, here’s a few things I found interesting.
The set tour was amazingly awesome. Pictures can’t really capture the scale of the stages where these sets are built. Huge spaces that house the places I love. It was well worth the price of Gold admission in my opinion and a highlight of the weekend. Steve Pearlman said next year on the tour a new building would be in place for fans to see, I asked ‘does that mean you will be shooting next year?’ he said ‘spread the rumor’. He was being facetious but obviously hopeful that they WOULD be shooting next year. Me too Steve.
It was cool to see how these sets are designed with open ceilings and access areas for lighting and cameras
many of the ‘roofs’ had cables attached to what looked like tabs to pull off areas of ceiling depending on what was being shot. We didn’t have enough time at each stage to see everything, not by a long shot. You could easily spend an hour in each stage and not see it all.
more Granny’s diner they keep the menu changed up often with very enticing descriptions. Who could pass up a FISH SPECIAL with COCKTAIL?
I think of Killian literally slipping in this door with the Sorceror’s hat