Wednesday, December 11, 2019

"Young Frankenstein (2)," Final Tech/Dress Rehearsals, Priscilla Beach Theatre (PBT), Priscilla Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA



The above 1937 Chevrolet truck, "Franklin," is so named in tribute to the founder of Priscilla Beach Theatre (PBT). Back in 1937, Dr. Franklin Trask created the original theatre in this converted 1875 barn. Today, it offers a state of the art live performing arts experience under the current Owners and Guardians, Bob and Sandy Malone, who purchased the facility in 2013 and conducted a massive renovation and upgrade. In addition to Broadway class productions from May through October, PBT also offers a Children's Workshop Series over the same time range.



It looks like this on the inside (during a different production earlier this season).

The next performance season offers the following productions:

2020 PBT Barn Stage Productions - Adult Cast Series

"Sisters of Swing" in May,
"She Loves Me" in June,
"Mamma Mia" in July,
"Spamalot" in August,
"25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" in September,
"The Addams Family" in October.


Season tickets, individual tickets and additional information available at PBTheatre.org or by phone at 508-224-4888.

This is Part 2 of a two part series covering the final production of the 2019 season, "Young Frankenstein." Part 1 is at this link.  Images are in order of occurrence.

It was a big cast so there are many images. Sometimes an actor looks better in one image than another so, many of the following images are similar. Many of these end up in actor's portfolios and/or resumes.



























































































































































































































































































And, as if the above isn't already too many images, here's a few more below from a live show a week later - I am standing in the back of the theatre with a silent point and shoot zoom - I just couldn't quite get that "perfect" smoke image I wanted......but, I did get a nice one with the "horses" and the other characters in the wagon. Better luck next time..........















See you in Spring 2020 at Priscilla Beach Theatre!

(This post was originally published on 10/12/19).