Sold Out – Inherit the Wind

In addition to my photography assignment for Inherit the Wind staged in Charlottetown, PEI, at Trinity United Church over three nights and one matinee, I worked “front of house” for three of the shows. It was disappointing having to turn people away – we sold out every performance – but thrilling to know the show was such a success.

I shot the cast and crew photo after the curtain call on Sunday afternoon. Here are closeups of three sections of the whole group.

 Cast and  crew (a costumer and the set builder) and including AG who played Bert Cates the defendant in the trial.

Cast and crew (a costumer and the set builder) and including AG who played Bert Cates the defendant in the trial.

Cast members including three great child actors, one Zoology prof who played a Z00-ology professor, and two laughing stalwarts of ACT (a community theatre) RT and KJ.

Cast members including three great child actors, one Zoology prof who played a Z00-ology professor, and two laughing stalwarts of ACT (a community theatre) RT and KJ.

 

Cast, including the talented actor TP who played Henry Drummond, and a number of crew including the all important Stage Manager (SM), Assistant SM (AC), lighting crew (CT), producer (JS), director (JM), costumer (PJ) and dresser.

Cast, including the talented actor TP who played Henry Drummond, and a number of crew including the all important Stage Manager (SM), Assistant SM (AC), lighting crew (CT), producer (JS), director (JM), costumer (PJ) and dresser.

And here is everyone together ….

The entire cast and crew, save one actor.

The entire cast and crew, save one actor.

Work on ACT’s next play, Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing has already started. Tonight there is a public play reading for anyone who might be interested. I will be taking my camera along.

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