A frequent discussion in rehearsal has been what it takes to suspect someone as a murderer, whether they be a stranger, acquaintance, or spouse to you. Agatha Christie stood be this belief in her writing, but not setting any character too specifically apart from the others, so that all can remain suspects. In rehearsal, the actors' goal were to create characters that the audience can easily love but have difficulty in trusting. We're excited to share these specific and odd personalities with you in the show!
Today, we programmed the lighting board. For those of you who don't know what that means, basically, we set the lights for the show! So now, we have the full lights, the spotlights, and every other light in between!
This is super exciting because now, we can focus on setting the mood of the show. And we can see what everything looks like in real life and not just on "Section A, Light 33." (This is also super exciting because I've never programmed a board from scratch before, so woah!)