Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Man Who Came to Dinner

Be warned: It's all about Tom.

Here he is before the show, checking on his Assistant Light Tech while looking quite snappy.

The High School was putting on a showing of The Man Who Came to Dinner by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.






More checking . . .
















Finally on stage for the third act.













Tom taking the bow and a red carnation.
















Tom waiting for the cast to leave the set.













Tom really working that wire . . .












deftly . . .












rapidly!













Tom deconstructing the set.

It was a fun night. Tom is noted in the playbill three times: once for his part, then two more times as Lighting Tech and set construction. More accolade than some ~ which makes us proud as punch. We might get to house the Egyptian sarcophagus used in the play ~ it had to actually contain one actress for an unceremonious exit. It's shiny.

1 comment:

psiam said...

You've been in a posting frenzy!

When did Tom start to look like Bruce Springsteen? I cannot believe what a young MAN he's become. *sigh*

It's truly wonderful to see that he's applying himself to something in earnest. Does he have the acting bug?