What some of the audience members said
It's over! All cast and crew had a fantastic journey ...
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Following is a selection of online reviews for How To Disappear Completely And Never Be Found:
On Stage (and walls) Melbourne > Michael Magnusson
Australian Stage Online > Paul Kooperman
The Australian > Alison Croggon
Theatre People > Emmalee Bell
MCV > Michael Magnusson
Arts Hub > David Allen
The Age > Martin Ball
Theatre Notes > Alison Croggon
Glen plays nine characters in How To Disappear Completely And Never Be Found. He recently made the following comments regarding bump in, tech rehearsals, dress rehearsals and opening week for this production:
"Tech week is always a stressful time but I felt well supported by Hoy Polloy and all involved. It amazes me how everything and every one comes together for the opening. We came into tech week a little unprepared I think. We hadn’t done a full run with all the elements in place – the whole cast at final rehearsal, props, sound and of course lights. There was also some ‘multi media’ to be introduced as well. Not to mention the bloody noses for the main character Charlie!
COUNT DOWN TO OPENING NIGHT = 1 DAY
Exciting! It's all coming together ...
COUNT DOWN TO OPENING NIGHT = 2 DAYS
We bumped into MIPAC on Monday ... it's a tech heavy production ... so the set, lighting, sound and projection techies have been working hard pulling it all together!
It's looking good.
An opera of a very Australian domestic story as Helen Garner's The Children's Bach is as far away from Aida as you can get. Although, come to think of it, sex plays a very important part in both. Yes, despite the name this is not a show for the kids.
COUNT DOWN TO OPENING NIGHT = 12 DAYS
Following are a selection of rehearsal pics taken by our stage manager, Ness Harwood.