Behind the Curtain
This morning I started working on my plans for Pillow Talk, I am 75% finished and after that it will be time to meet with the carpenter to show him what the set will look like. After a couple hours of drafting I headed to a theatre to help my mentor paint her very amazing set. She had me paint and cut out foam bricks. This was my first time working with foam, it was not that hard but very time consuming. After helping paint I went to my mom's house for dinner and finished up the day measuring the cast for Pillow Talk. I thought this was most strange as I was measuring from head to toe and then waist to toe, felt like the costumer. Needed these measurements to help me with the set. I feel like I am right on track with this production. If it's one thing that I have learned working in the theatre it's if your not a couple of weeks you are very much behind!
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