Tuesday, April 14, 2009


~Here is the set to the musical ~Normal~on stage now at, Stage 1 Theatre Company~ Richmond Va.~
~All white walls~gray floors~windows and these happy family portraits done on plexy glass.~
~A simple set for a very emotional play.~
~The story is about a once "normal happy" family turned dysfunctional~ then their struggle to pull themselves back together, when they learn that their teenage daughter has an eating disorder.~
~Pretty heavy stuff~ and a subject that has touched many lives.~ In the end they do manage to succeed.~~"Normal is a contemporary rock musical that offers ultimate hope in an uncertain world."~~ It has been receiving excellent reviews.~
and if you are in the Richmond area~ you should see it~ But, bring tissues.~

I am ~ hopefully~ adding a clip from the play.(i have never added a video)
~Just showing you the "plain" set without the lights , the music and the actors. ~Well~ dull~
~So, watch this set come to life~ the actors in the play are incredible.~


Cris said...

Wow! The set is amazing! I watched the clip, I bet the show was very emotional. I have a dear friend who lost a daughter to anorexia. She struggled with it for 10 years, it is a very sad and serious affliction. Hopefully the play reached some people in a positive way. Have a great day!

Susan said...

This play sounds like it will touch many people. Thanks for sharing with us. You did good posting the video, best quality YouTube I've seen. Take care, Susan

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Amy, anyone who can create on such a large scale has my admiration. What a wonderful cause, as well. I'm also really liking the portrait of the two children up in your new banner...on the left-hand side.

Anonymous said...

I love the art work and I'm glad the play has a happy ending. ;-) I'll have to check out the video later because I'm reading this at work.


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LuLu Mypinkturtle said...

Bonjour Amy! I am impressed! This is an AMAZING set! Wow, you have been busy! Beautiful work too! Have a great weekend! LuLu

Suzanne said...

Wonderful set Amy, striking, yet subtle for the play.... And a it looks like very touching play. Thanks for sharing.

jake said...

:) sounds like a good one!