Phantom Fridays


♪ BRIAN: WELCOME BACK. IT IS TIME FOR PHANTOM FRIDAY, BROUGHT TO US FROM THE WATERBURY PALACE THEATER. SARAH: AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE PROPS AND HOW THEY IMPACT THE OVERALL PRODUCTION. ♪ ANYTHING AN ACTOR HANDLES, TOUCHES, MOVES, FURNITURE, DRESSING, AND SCENIC PAINTING. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FIXTURES AND MAINTENANCE OF PROPS. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A LOT OF SKILL. THERE IS SELLING INVOLVED — THERE IS SELLING INVOLVED — IS SEWING INVOLVED. YET TO BE A JACK OF ALL TRADES. IT IS IMPORTANT TO — IN ANY PRODUCTION, TO MAKE IT AS BEST AS POSSIBLE. IT IS A LOT OF PAINTING. BEANIE AND 20 TRUCKS, IT GETS NAMED AROUND A LOT. — BEING IN 20 TRUCKS, HE GETS BANGED AROUND A LOT. MY FAVORITE PART IS THE BOAT. I NAMED HER STORY. — IT IS– HER — HER DORY. IT IS PART SOUND, LIGHTING, AND PART PROP. HERE’S A SERIES OF GEARS INSIDE OF HIM THAT MAKES HIM OPEN UP AND PLAYING HIS SYMBOLS. THERE IS AN LED LIGHT AT THE BOTTOM AND A SPEAKER INSIDE, GREETING THE SOUND DURING THE SHOW. I REALLY LOVE TRAVELING. GOING TO NEW PLACES, MEETING NEW PEOPLE, THE FOOD ACROSS THE COUNTRY. WE ARE ONE OF THE LARGEST SHOWS ON THE ROAD TODAY. IT IS A MASSIVE SHOW. ♪ SARAH: WHAT A COOL JOB AND COOL PROPS. BRIAN: ABSOLUTELY, BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER. SARAH: I LOVE PHANTOM. BRIAN: IT IS GREAT. FIRST I SHOT IT WITH THE BIG CHANDELIER. SARAH: SO DRAMATIC. “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA” RUNS UNTIL THE 26TH AT THE WATERBURY

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