Behind The Scenes Look At ‘Julius Caesar’ On The Old Main Lawn
If the warm weather inspired you to hang out on Old Main’s lawn this weekend, you probably noticed some major equipment being set up. Wonder what all the fuss is about?
The Penn State School of Theatre and the Penn State School of Music will perform a production of “Julius Caesar” in front of Old Main this week. The show is free to the public. The performances on April 15 and 16 begin at 7:30 p.m. On Friday, there will be a concert by the Penn State Philharmonic Orchestra at 6:30 p.m., followed by the show at 7:45.
The cast and crew had its first full dress rehearsal at Old Main on Monday night. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store for the show.
Since there are no dressing rooms in Old Main, most of the cast gets ready at the Downtown Theatre. The vestibule of Old Main works as the backstage area for the show.
— Travis DeCastro (@TravPSUSM) April 13, 2015
Mark your calendar, grab a lawn chair or beach towel, and make sure to go see this spectacular production. If Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate, the show will be moved to the Playhouse Theatre.
Featured image courtesy of Penn State Stage Managers. Photos by Sean Gregory.
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