The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 27 November 1989

Regency Psychedelia

‘Metropolitan Mixdown pt 1’ – Yello


I seem to have survived the psychedelic horror of the weekend, but I still feel ill.

Even so, I returned to Tech today to rehearse the hell out of MP.

The last MP rehearsal-runs were lifeless and sloppy.  I responded with venom and couldn’t stop myself from verbally attacking the performers for poor and shoddy work, telling them they seriously need to sharpen up their game.  A right heavy bollocking.

 

This afternoon, I went to Barnes Bysea to assess the set and do some painting on it.  Regency Psychedelia.  I was pleased to see the set and get the lights sorted.  Even if we didn’t get exactly what I wanted, what we got was good.

Tonight, at home, I’m panicking. 


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Next time: ‘Mansfield Park at Barnes Bysea Theatre…’

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