The cast is large. That's being polite. It's a bit crazy. And there are children everywhere. Insane, mind-reading children. Have I mentioned that I don't plan to have children? There were a lot of them. And they weren't particularly well behaved.
Shows definitely feel different from the perspective of a tech crew member, though. There's a lot less of the excited energy back at the sound booth, and a lot more reviewing of cues and pre-setting all the technical stuff. And tonight there was much panicking... the sound board got turned off. This may not seem like a big deal - if it's off, you just turn it back on, right? Wrong. There's a short somewhere in it, and it's a 20 minute process (at least) of plugging in, unplugging, turning on and off, and wiggling cords to get it on again. So sound check was 20 minutes late. But we had sound, so it was good!
If you're in Macon, and looking for something to do, go see Scrooge! Visit Macon Little Theatre for ticket info!