Behind the Curtain

10 Oct

By Travis Rolf

Having the opportunity to see a play put on by your local community theatre is a real treat. Particularly in Cheyenne where the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players have been putting on incredible shows, like Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, since 1930. But how often do you get the opportunity to go back stage and see where the magic really happens? Did you ever stop to think what it takes to put on shows of this magnitude?

I have put together a collection of images that will give you a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes at their primary venue, the Mary Godfrey Playhouse.

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The door leading to the backstage area at the Mary Godfrey Playhouse.
LAUNCH SLIDESHOW  to view more of what goes on behind the curtain.

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  1. It’s A Wonderful Cast | LCCC Life on Campus - October 18, 2013

    […] were several young actors and actresses running around the lobby of the Mary Godfrey Playhouse during the 2-day auditions on October 14 and 15. The turnout for the adults was not so good, as […]

  2. Itchin’ to Audition? | LCCC Life on Campus - October 22, 2013

    […] build sets, sew costumes, or work the house during performances, among other things. Working backstage can help you to better understand all of the elements that have to come together to make a play […]

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