‘Rub The Buddha’ – Crazyhead
In accordance with the wishes of Larry Goodgirl, I asked my friend – and gifted artist – Dorothy Robbins to help us with painting the banners for the outdoor stage. Dorrie went away and designed them, and says she will have them ready by Monday. I hope so. Sheets for the banners will need to be bought, which will push the budget up a little, but Mr Goodgirl seems convinced that such material is available for free within the College. We are far from trusting. [Well, it’s a learning experience! – Larry Goodgirl, late 1988]
Carl Morris tried to secure the loan of a ‘zip-scaffolding’ tower (useful for either indoor set, but most especially the ‘back-up’ set) from the College’s Sports Department and various other places, but has met with repeated failure.
I’ve run off copies of the new indoor set designs for the other departments.
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Next time: ‘Introductory disco…’