Slideshow: First Steps Turning Actors’ Playhouse’s Upstairs House Into A Bar

Actors’ Playhouse’s crew  spent weeks ripping up its second floor balcony theater and reconfiguring it for its upcoming production of the noirish musical Murder Ballad, set in a dark East Village bar.  The people responsible include Set Designer/Technical Director Gene Seyffer, Production Manager Carlos Correa, Assistant Technical Director Art Garcia, Crew Members Jose Luis Oliva, Scott Hinz, Danny Blanco, Amanda Sparhawk, Joshua Dobarganes and Eric Medero, and Set Dressing/Props Jodi Dellaventura. To read the full story, click here. Photos by Jose Luis Oliva.

 

 

 

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One Response to Slideshow: First Steps Turning Actors’ Playhouse’s Upstairs House Into A Bar

  1. Marcia Maynard says:

    This stage transformation is brilliant. I have never enjoyed any performance more. Absolutely amazing. I am still in awe of all of it. Congratulations to everyone involved. I heard about the “Napkin” drawing from Chris that night. David Arisco, you are a genius!!!!!

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