Well friends, it’s that time again. Opening Night has come and gone and the first weekend of Death of a Salesman was a smashing success!
I can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed my time working on this production. It has been the most incredible time watching this cast grow from the first read-through to Opening Night and watching their characters emerge and take form. I am so proud of everyone who is involved and I urge you with all sincerity and earnestness to see this incredible show that we have created.
If you haven’t seen it yet, do. If you have friends who haven’t seen it yet and you love them and want them to have the theatrical experience of their lives, bring them along.
Are you worried it’ll be too depressing? Check out our One Word Reviews, and see what word this show made other patrons think of (hint: it’s not ‘depressing’). Are you worried that a show that is so famous that it’ll be laden down with history? Check out Laura’s blog about how seeing something like this can be good for you much like the little trees that dot your kids’ plates. Are you worried that it’ll just be boring people talking about boring life? Check out Evolution of a Set and get a glimpse of all the cool stuff you can look at if you catch yourself ‘zoning out.’ Finally, to you want to get a preview of what it is you have to look forward to? Check out my photo gallery of behind the scenes shots and some of the Opening Night Gala. It’s pretty awesome. I’m not sayin, I’m just sayin.
Come see the show and say hi afterwards!! I would love to meet you all!!