November 11, 2013
It’s always a mixture of feelings at the end of run. There’s the pure joy of the in-the-moment discoveries of performing. The emotional roller coaster of the character’s journey. The exhaustion of performing every day, and all the rehearsal work that went before it. But like all stories, every journey has a beginning and a middle, and must come to an end.
Taking on a major role in a Shakespeare play is nothing short of a monumental task. Add to it a complex dialect and you get a downright daunting endeavor. Right now all I can express is gratitude to the cast, and to the crew behind the scenes who made this whole production possible.
Here’s to many more!