Outakes (More Fun Show Pictures!)

These pictures are from the high school repertory production of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents. Pretty much sounds exactly like what it is; a play comprised of miniature plays for all 44 presidents. These pictures were taken in the first act of the show and I should also mention that the presidential seal on the floor is 12 feet in diameter (also my favorite paint project of the summer).

My pride and joy of this summer. Took forever, but totally worth it.

My pride and joy of this summer. Took forever, but totally worth it.

Pre-show countdown

Pre-show countdown

Monroe attempting to keep the peace

Monroe attempting to keep the peace

Ahh, Andrew Jackson

Ahh, Andrew Jackson

This scene was quite powerful. He went around popping balloons while the story- tellers spoke of his ruthless slaughter of Native Americans.

This scene was quite powerful. He went around popping balloons while the story- tellers spoke of his ruthless slaughter of Native Americans.

"It's our destiny"

“It’s our destiny”

If I had to choose one scene that struck me the hardest, it would be this one. Shadow puppets are truly a beautiful dramatic tool.

If I had to choose one scene that struck me the hardest, it would be this one. Shadow puppets are truly a beautiful dramatic tool.

Amazing prop cleverly fabricated  by my friend the Thinker. The "Direct Quote" would light up and down with the hit of a big red button (which also chimed :)))

Amazing prop cleverly fabricated by my friend the Thinker. The “Direct Quote” would light up and down with the hit of a big red button (which also chimed :)))

Excellent scene

Excellent scene

Light in the darkness

Light in the darkness

The aftermath of a "Veto Party" (cause a Veto party don't stop...)

The aftermath of a “Veto Party” (cause a Veto party don’t stop…)

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