(Erin Privratsky’s article was posted on Buzzfeed, 6/12; via Pam Green.)

Live performances, especially in theatre, are enhanced by the ability of actors to quickly and seamlessly transition between scenes. Oftentimes a new scene represents a change in location, or perhaps several years pass in the blink of an eye. At the 2015 Tony Awards, Kelli O’Hara allowed the documentation of what a quick-change looks like backstage – and the army it takes to pull it off successfully. Watch this amazing clip of what it takes to instantly change the mood and theme of a show from the Tony Awards performance from The King and I. Watch it below the jump!

http://the-daily.buzz/what-a-47-second-quick-change-looks-like/?ts_pid=2&ts_pid=2

Stage Voices Publishing for archived posts and sign up for free e-mail updates: http 2015:// www.stagevoices.com/ . If you would like to contribute a review, monologue, or other work related to theatre, please write to Bob Shuman at Bobjshuman@gmail.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.