15
Jun
08

october crisis photo shoot behind the scenes!

Just got back from the photoshoot for the october crisis.  The locale was packawallop friend Robert Rowe’s apartment in Brooklyn.  Robert has some great period decor at his place that was fitting for the 60s setting of play.  Stay tuned for the actual publicity photos!

Polly Lee (Sophie) and Caroline Tamas (Laura Parker) pointing at … something

in the mirror

Playwright Alejandro Morales on the beaver

Julian Stetkevych (Stevie) and Polly Lee (Sophie) clowning before the shoot

Costume designer Kate Rusek teasing Gayton Scott’s (Marguerite) hair

Gayton Scott (Marguerite) eating some pizza pre-shoot

Julian Stetkevych (Stevie) and Caroline Tamas (Laura)

Director Scott Ebersold and costume designer Kate Rusek putting the final touches on Polly Lee’s (Sophie) hair

Photographer Greg Emetaz with Julian Stetkevych (Stevie) and Gayton Scott (Marguerite)

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