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In the world of circus, there is a special term for the opening number. We have been hearing this term, “charivari,” in rehearsal a lot lately. Our circus choreographer, Gypsy Snider (of the Montreal based circus company Le 7 doigts de la main), explains that the charivari is a colorful and busy display in which the audience sees brief snippets in rapid succession of all the acts that will be featured that night.
Hello again! After the craziness of Hurricane Sandy, things are slowly but surely getting back to normal. At the theater our generator provided only limited power, so most of the building was still dark. Yet somehow this strange and almost creepy setting felt appropriate for rehearsing Pippin. Fortunately the power returned on Saturday, so when we began rehearsals this week, things were more or less back to normal.
Hello, all! I’m back with another blog about my experience with the American Repertory Theater’s upcoming production of Pippin. Since my last post, we have nearly completed another two weeks of rehearsals. We have all been working very hard, and the show is really starting to come together.
We had an awesome time working with Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) students to create an intermission performance for The Lily's Revenge. Check out the blog for EXCLUSIVE photos of the illustrious Lilypad Wanderers, Cambridge's premiere traveling teenage theater troupe.
Another exciting behind-the-scenes blog series! This time, dramaturg Leslie Gehring ushers us into the world of Hansel and Gretel. Brush up on your brothers Grimm before diving into this exciting new production.
I am Molly Tynes from the cast of the upcoming production of “Pippin” at the American Repertory Theater. Over the course of the next few weeks, I will be blogging about our rehearsal process and giving you an inside look into the creation of this exciting new production!