The most recent entries are under the Theater Stills tab and the "Beyond the Arena" section where the best of the rehearsal work is posted. These actors are remarkable. This is a fun play that is both a serious look at life inside the Boston police department, but also a humorous look at political subjects that were popular in the early 1950s throughout the country.
The director, Lynn Musgrave, is getting the best of the actors. She has crafted a series of scenes that highlights the very best of the players. It is an ensemble cast, but you can't help but like the performances of some of the actors not part of the basic dramatic action. These characters are lively, work together very well, and tie all the pieces together in multiple roles that they have to play.
The documentary is going well. If the kind of photographs that I am getting with Red Herring can be continued with a few more plays, I will then have a body of work that can stand the judgment of art juries and the general public. The current plan is to have an exhibit of the best work at the Theatre in the Round lobby, then try to interest other venues in showing it.