If you look at my ‘about‘ page, you will notice that I warned you about my theatre interests.
On Saturday I was the photographer for Prince Edward Island’s annual Community Theatre Festival which is timed to coincide, more or less, with World Theatre Day. There were four adult productions, all comedies, each set in a different era.
Visitors from Chicago: an excerpt from Neil Simon’s California Suite (1976) by Harbourfront Players from Summerside, PEI.
Visitor from Philadelphia: also an excerpt from Neil Simon’s California Suite by the same troupe.
An excerpt from Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit (1941) by the King’s Players out of Georgetown PEI.
The Raft: an Interlude by Stephen Leacock (1869-1944) staged by ACT (a community theatre).
One of the youth productions at the Festival was modified, and the other scrapped because students hadn’t been at school for the previous three days. PEI had experienced a blizzard followed by wind followed by freezing rain. In fact there has been no school this week either due to freezing rain yesterday and another storm today.
All photos were shot with a Pentax K20D with a Pentax 50mm f 1.4 prime lens using only the stage lighting. Photos were processed in Lightroom 5.
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