The Wichitan

Work begins long before show opens

Sarah Chong Harmer, theatre junior, lays on the floor as he does the breathing exercises led by Christie Maturo, assistant theater professor, during a creative exercise meant to have the cast channel their characters and specific emotions during a rehearsal for Summer and Smoke, Oct. 19. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Mekala Conway

October 20, 2015

“Places!” the stage manager calls. All the actors and actresses in the show rush backstage, their hearts pounding from nerves, their hands shaking slightly. The show begins in five minutes, and they’ve been working for weeks to ensure its perfection. The costumes, the sets, the scenes are al...

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