Hello Substack Friends ~
As we get closer to Opening Night for our M*A*S*H Benefit on February 10, I thought it may be fun for you to see what goes on behind the scenes of a live production. Here are some pictures of the technical work that we’ve been doing so far for M*A*S*H. (Next week I’ll share pictures from some of our rehearsals.)
Cleaning up, rebuilding and painting floor after an earlier production
Building the set — one of three tents
Painting the scenery
Finding costumes, making props, painting set pieces
Setting lights and sound
It’s taking a lot of sweat and Diet Coke — and A LOT of wonderful people — but we’re having fun raising money for mental health awareness.
It’ll Be OK. ( We’d still appreciate your continuing prayers. xoxo)
"Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They're about to announce the lottery numbers." — Homer Simpson
COMMENT: Can you think of something in your life that the preparation took longer than the actual event?
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Wow! So much work by so many talented people! It’s going to be awesome!!
Looks great Jan. I remember working on West Side Story just after high school graduation. I worked with the lighting. It’s always wonderful to see so many people come together for such a worthy cause. Break a Leg!!!