Picking up where I left off yesterday backstage at the NAC, I continued to photograph in the space adjoining the Southam Hall stage.
One of the employees was giving a talk nearby to a number of people about props and set design.
There is a lot back here- facades and props, as well as technical equipment and posters from previous shows and concerts.
The next space beyond was a workshop area. We'll get more of a look at that tomorrow.
Neat. I've been backstage... so the pics feel nostalgic to me.ReplyDelete
That big seat I like the most ... and the horses!ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend!
It would be interesting to listen to the man talking at the back stage.ReplyDelete
I sure love the horse ... and the chair. We have a swing, it´s fab :-)ReplyDelete
...to be a props manager, you need to be a pack-rat!ReplyDelete
A fascinating glimpse backstage.ReplyDelete
Thia side of the scene is as interesting...ReplyDelete
A great collection of props. I love that giant rocking chair.ReplyDelete
Backstage is where you see and hear the interesting bit.ReplyDelete
Gostei de ver e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
So many interesting props back there. Thanks for sharing. :-)ReplyDelete
Another great walk and photograph venture.ReplyDelete
Are people starting to recognize you?
I love color, so the first two photos are for me!
The theatre people don't throw much away.ReplyDelete
Another interesting place to explore!ReplyDelete
What amazing things are backstage! Maybe there aren't the proverbial ropes and sandbags any more, what with technology to raise and lower scenery. I wonder.ReplyDelete
Nice taking a look backstage. Like the big rocking chair. Reminds me of Lily Tomlin and her Edith Ann from Laugh In.ReplyDelete
Will check the previous posts...
Lots of exciting propsReplyDelete
Must be lot of fun to visit there!ReplyDelete
As always so wonderful. Sorry I am missing so many times tp comment. I read your posts and so enjoy them I hope you know that.ReplyDelete
I like those horses in the first pic, William!ReplyDelete
@Linda: this is about the only time I'd get backstage.ReplyDelete
@Ella: who can pass up a rocking chair?
@Nancy: it was a good talk.
@David: I thought so.
@Italiafinlandia: it is.
@Jan: so do I.
@Marleen: quite true.
@Francisco: thank you.
@DJan: you're welcome.
@Janis: some people do.
@Red: that's true.
@Marie: that it is.
@Barbara: some things change!
@Happyone: I can see that.
@Catarina: thank you.
@Tamago: it was.
@Parsnip: thank you.
@RedPat: so do I.
What a fantastic look backstage with lots of interesting props.ReplyDelete
Backstage remains a mystery.ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
From Big To Small - Way CoolReplyDelete
A lovely tour of the backstage!ReplyDelete
Fascinating, so much going on back stage to make those front of stage happenings seem magical:)ReplyDelete
no clue what is so funny about mini or huge items? ... like why do we go so cool? i love the huge rocker!! i have seen several. ( ;ReplyDelete
It's a hive of activity William, fascinating to see ✨ReplyDelete
They really do bring it all to life!ReplyDelete
This would be my very favorite area! I love set design and props and have done my share in my day. I wouldn't want to leave!ReplyDelete
Fun taking a look backstage!ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Isn't it cool? It's the size that amazes, but then, I sang in a choir of 120, and we needed the space to line up!ReplyDelete
Many interesting things to see.ReplyDelete
@Joanne: rarely seen.
@Carol: this was a treat.
@Padre: thank you.
@Magiceye: I enjoyed it.
@Rosie: that is true.
@Beth: it was a big one.
@Grace: I enjoyed the visit.
@Sandi: they certainly do.
@Jeanie: I can see that.
@Jan: it was.
@Jennifer: I can see that.