Opening Night

stage set
Theater

The stage lighting just before the start of the play on opening night.

I saw a play last night at Off the Wall Theater on Main Street in Carnegie: Well, by Lisa Kron, interesting for twisting reality between what really happened and what we don’t want to remember because it doesn’t fit our carefully constructed reality.

Off the Wall Theater is an intimate stage space, seats on three sides rising up from the performance floor. Plays are often one-act and first run, and the atmosphere is like being part of the action. This year is “The Year of the Woman” playrights. So far, The Zero Hour, and Well, so good!

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