Monthly Archives: March 2010

A Postcard from Bloody Bloody

Dear Mom and Dad, I love my job because I get to work with animals! I get to make little dioramas with them: I get to dress them in costumes: I get to hang them in funny places: I get … Continue reading

Posted in Animal Cruelty, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, props, Public Theater, set dressing, Taxidermy | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Poetic Justice

Ok, so one of the things about shopping for a living is that you really feel it when you are stuck working on the crap shopping days.  I somehow have the ability to ALWAYS do this. Like, I always end … Continue reading

Posted in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, I don't shop for a living I WORK, props, Public Theater, set dressing | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

We Did It All for the Children

So, when you do a lot of off-Broadway theater, you become a little immune to the “this shows got legs!!” attitude. Or at least ambivalent. People are (of course) interested in having the highest possible production values, even on small … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Arts Team, From Time to Time, set design, Youth Theater | Tagged , , | Leave a comment