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Monthly Archives: December 2017

In true Crew style, we hit the pub after the last show before Christmas…

(Photo by Bee)

Enjoy the break and see you on the other side.

It’s opening night!

All of the planning and sleepless nights appear to have been worth it.

The get-in, Tech and Dress Rehearsals all went well and opening night is here.

Break legs everyone.

Here is a peak of some of the get-in. For some reason, everything looks rather green!

Well, today was the day we started to get in to the theatre and the snow was nice to us.

A team of willing volunteers arrived to empty several truckloads of lighting and scenery to create Oz.

As the Venue is a theatre that has flying, a different routine to previous pantos took place. The plus side was that everything that needs to be up above the stage can be rigged at a sensible height and then flown out.

It also meant that we didn’t have to spend most of the day rigging truss and motors for everything to hang from.

There are lots of learnings to take away, but we’re looking good for the rest of the pre-show set up.

A Crew marches on it’s stomach so it was important for the table to be fixed for lunch. Mac did a great job in sorting out the wobble! (Photo by Martin)