We have reached the magical point in the show life cycle when the number of things about the process that I can actually control and/or do myself begins to shrink. It starts, at this point, to be more about letting other people do their thing with props or lights or sound or the set. […]
The Picture And The Frame
I woke up at 4 a.m. this morning thinking about Oscar Wilde’s tomb. Must be the first week of May. This is the point in the rehearsal process at which we begin trying to incorporate the frame. The frame is something I came up with; it’s not in the script and it is therefore not […]
Welcome to the An Ideal Husband Blog!
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the director’s blog for The Hyde Park Community Players’ production of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband. The sad irony of directors’ blogs, of course, is that we all start them with the best of intentions…and then, as showtime approaches, they wither away and die. We get too busy actually making […]
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