Today's post is a little tribute to a few of the working girls ofTHEATREWORKS-- mostly the ones you'll see soon lost in a forest or on a planet near you. Right now they are all works in progress.
Here's the lovely Melissa Scher, playing Hermia, saying a fond girl farewell to Helena, her best friend (not for long), before running off to the woods to get married (or so she thinks):
And here's that best friend, the beautiful and baffled Sofia Lauwers, wondering why she has been so unlucky in love (there's no good reason as you can see):
Here's the fabulous Adrienne Kapstein, Queen of the Fairies, and her estranged husband (the fairy in the fur hat--we're losing that hat).
And here she is with her hot new boyfriend (some would say he's an ass):
Meanwhile, over on Planet D'Illyria, Amy Sue Harding is a Science Officer you'd better be wary of experimenting with (though you kill to get into her laboratory):
Carrie Clark (the blond on the left) is a spaceship crew member and a doo-wop girl (she looks like she's from Disney, and she is, but she has a wicked side too, thank heaven). Kayla Rae Jackson (on the right) is our teenager in love. She doth teach the torches to burn bright, or, as another not so Shakespearean teenager says, "Jeepers, what a hon!"
And lest you think the working girls of THEATREWORKS only light up the stage,consider the fair Molly Earle (grrrr) and the adorable Amanda Eno, Planet's stage and assistant stage managers respectively.
And these are just eight reasons why THEATREWORKS is the best place in America to go to work and play.