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2009 June - La Jolla Playhouse Blog

Monthly Archives: June 2009

Dirty Work

The action of Restoration takes place over the course of a year, during which time art restorer Giulia performs a gentle cleaning on Michelangelo’s sculpture of David. Though the actual restoration strove to be “invisible” to visitors, our intrepid props department wanted Giulia’s work to be subtle yet noticeable to an audience. Which means that […]

Wearing Two Hats

Anytime you produce a world premiere, it’s complicated. In addition to the typical work of getting a play ready for audiences (figuring out the actors’ blocking; line memorization; implementing the lighting, costume, scenic and sound designs to create a cohesive whole), there’s the extra wrinkle of the play being a work-in-progress; of having a playwright […]

Unusual Acts Arrives at the Playhouse

After two weeks of rehearsal in New York City, the Unusual Acts of Devotion company said goodbye to the city that inspired Terrence McNally’s play and traveled to La Jolla to enter a new phase of rehearsal.  At last we were all together in one rehearsal space in our very own Play Development Center with […]