Well we’re all winding down a little after the excitement of the play, but before it’s over, a little tribute to the Backstage Crew, who worked like demons to ensure that the only thing the cast had to worry about was remembering their lines.
Mourners (and our Hosts). And (on the left) stage crew and (on the right) make up and hair artist.
The sound and lighting rig, conceived and operated by Tom Coppinger
Once she’d finished looking after the box office, Caroline sold tickets for the raffle
The mourners at the bed also provided supper for the crew and sold tickets for the raffle.
Sarah, looked after the props (TWO biscuits with the tea for Father Cassidy) and did the set dressing for each act.
Behind the camera, Matt Care took photographs and sometimes got more than he bargained for.
Make up: adding more wrinkles to “Rose”.
Make up: ensuring that perfect 1960s ICA look.
Following the action and ready with the mot juste.
The big change – Act Two to Act Three