“The Drowning Girls”: opening night & after

Here’s more scoop on The Drowning Girls opening night from Alumnae Theatre’s bloggergal Tina McCulloch.

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Saturday night (Nov 17) was the opening of The Drowning Girls, and as you read in the re-blogged post from Life With More Cowbell, the show was a thing of beauty.

One of the great things about being involved in a production is the chance to watch it grow and change, because you get to see it several times.   Producer Andy Fraser had commented to me that she had noticed such a difference between rehearsals just a few days apart.  She even mentioned that I should look out for a particular moment:  when Alice (Jennifer Neales) and Bessie (Tennille Read) are portraying Scotland Yard policemen who’ve cornered the killer George Joseph Smith (portrayed by Margaret – actor Emily Opal Smith – no relation!) as he’s come to collect the insurance money   on his final victim.  They shine their flashlights on him, and Emily’s profile appears…

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Multidisciplinary storyteller. Out & proud. Torontonian. Likes playing with words. A lot.

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