Liz Swain 12:30 p.m., Nov. 27
The process of bringing a show to the stage is enormous.
As members of the audience, we are at a show to be entertained. We want to see a good show.
I find it interesting that the amount of work it takes to create a good show and a show that flops, is about the same.
There are many factors that can make or break a show. A show can have a great story but be sabotaged by a bad cast or vice versa.
A show can have a great story and a great cast but the production conception might be lousy or distracting.
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