The Week Figaro Got Married Eight Times.

The Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre
The Minack Theatre

Jeg tok en pause fra bloggen fordi øvingene til Figaros bryllup spiste fritiden min, og hver morgen så sånn her ut. Hei.

The Minack Theatre

Vi bygde sett, og lot som om vi var i Italia eller et gammelt amfiteater i Hellas.

The Minack Theatre
The Minack Theatre

Samtidig var det øvinger. Hele tiden.

Dressing Cherubino

Og under forestillinger sneik vi oss nedover smale backstage-stier over bratte klippevegger.

The Minack Theatre

Og vi ble en liten Figaro familie. For det blir man når man må dele prøverom i 30 grader og strålende sol og kan vri kostymene i vasken.

Marriage Of Figaro FamilyDet er alltid skummelt å skrive når det er lenge siden forrige innlegg, men det tar seg snart opp igjen. Lover.

Translation: I went on a blog-vacation because The Marriage of Figaro ate my sparetime and every morning looked like this.Hi./ We built sets and pretended to be in Italy or an ancient amphitheatre in Greece./At the same time there were rehearsals all the time./And during performances we snook down tiny backstage paths across the walls of the cliffs./And we became a lovely Figaro-family, because that’s what happens when you share dressing rooms after performances in 30 degrees and your costumes haven’t been Fabreezed yet. 

2 Comments

  1. I was there!! Det var bare helt fantastisk! Morshjertet banket ekstra hardt, og Mari gjorde en super jobb!! <3 (De andre også, da.) ;-) Og for et sted! Og for et vær! I love Cornwall <3

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