I have a little story for you which complements this post.
When I was in college, my college had its own summer stock theatre. It was built out of an old airplane hangar way up in near Okoboji, Iowa. I spent two summers there–one as an actress playing several leading roles and one as the properties mistress. I learned lots both summers. I’m not big on defacing property, but we were invited to leave our autograph backstage somewhere.
Fast forward thirty years and guess what? Our youngest daughter attended the same college and performed at the same summer stock theatre. When we went to visit her at the end of the season, she took me aside and told me shhe had a little gift for me. We walked backstage and she showed me her autograph which she left on the wall backstage right.over. mine.
It’s a special memory between us and one I will not forget!
So when I saw this photo of backstage, I was immediately reminded of my own experiences backstage during a play.
I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do.
Architectural photographer Klaus Frahm wanted to take people through the “fourth wall” that separates actors from their audience. To do this he photographed some of Germany’s most beautiful theatres from the perspective of the actors, looking out into the audit
This is so cool to see the theaters from the view point of the actors.
If you haven’t visited backstage of a professional theater, you are missing out. They are fascinating architecture.
Do check it out!