We head into the shop to see Assistant Head of Props Tinee Campbell making table legs on the lathe for Theatre @ York’s next production, The Knight of the Burning Pestle.
It’s the week before opening and you can feel the electricity in the air. The entire cast and crew of Theatre @ York’s production “Wounds to the Face” is working to bring the play to life, but tonight is about the costumes.
The Sustainability Manager for our first show Wounds to the Face, Julia Morgan, tracked and evaluated its environmental impact and put together an interesting video to display in the lobby during the run of the show.
We met with 3 actors from the cast of Wounds to the Face to discuss their rehearsal process on their first show for Theatre @ York.
We went to Opening of Wounds to the Face and asked patrons for their responses to the show: “I think it was the best Theatre @ York show I’ve ever seen.”
We went behind the scenes in the shops and in the rehearsal hall of our first Theatre @ York play, Wounds to the Face, and captured these images of actors acting, stitchers stitching, and stage management managing.
The Technical Direction team takes us behind the scenes with a look at the Silkscreening process used on the placards seen in our first show of the season, “Wounds to the Face”.
Playwriting students take to the hidden, secret spaces of York’s Keele Campus to bring us their site-specific work, “The Ashley Plays.”