But, the Theater in the Round Players production is a good one largely due to the actors who perform their roles in a credible and entertaining way. Again, the TRP is a terrific venue for emerging actors. In this case, eight of them were new to this theater and the director had never staged a performance in the TRP's circle. But, their familiarity with the roles proved to fit well within the circle and the audience loved it.
I am reaching a point with the production photography of these plays where I want more than just the straight-forward document of what takes places with the actors. Instead, I am trying to press for interpreting the scene much the same way the actors are. It is hard for a prosaic play like this one, but the difficulty is the same for all plays: The photos must "say" something, and it is necessary to show the passion and the verve of the action in a way that summarizes something larger than just the scene itself. That is what I am working on.