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Despite that, a nice capture and the audience was very into the show. Runs about 55 minutes. They live near and around famous people in history, but never quite make it to the history books themselves. Very clever and entertaining show. Some generational loss; a 90 minute pop-musical comedy best described as the theatrical lovechild of Showgirls, Beautiful Thing and Hedwig.
Quite informal and was performed inside a gym. The performers rehearsed for only 9 days. Quite funny and interesting to watch and hear. Shot during previews, so many bits of dialogue are different from what they ended up with.
This was also before they changed the ending of Out of Control when Stephanie got to sing that really high note at the end. But a fantastic, great energy performance, especially from the three leads; minor obstruction by a head, but is well shot around. Mostly steady filming with a good mix of wide and zoomed shots.
Excellent sound; fun ad-libs, nice video A 9 to 5: Excellent capture; filmed in Very steady, good mix of medium-wide shots and close-ups. Almost no blackouts and while there are a few heads in the wider frames, they are not obstructing any of the action. External audio fed from MD recorder so excellent, clear audio.
Great clear video with excellent sound and picture; no obstructions in this wonderful capture. Sometimes heads at bottom of screen in the way of action, but, shot around best I could. Minute or two blackout after opening number. Audio only for the first minute or so of act 2 due to late seater's.
Cover ups during "9 to 5", the second half of "I Just Might" and the scene right before "Backwoods Barbie" and about a minute at the end of the dream sequences; camera also wanders sometimes and heads in the wide shots when taper zoomed out to get the whole picture; DVD includes "Get Out and Stay Out" from the April 17th performance with Gaelen Gilliland as Judy.
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