twelfth night at fort canning park, may day

The stage is set while we enjoy our picnic in the rain(it was stopping by the time I took this picture) Nothing like hot soup on a rainy evening at a park, watching a Shakespearean comedy!

The lighting looked incredibly pretty against the grass. The warmth of the light and the rain everywhere made for lovely photographs.

Half of the set. That is indeed sand on set, creating the beach, but what you will not expect, is that the water you see behind the boat is actually waves simulated digitally onto a white screen. The tiled flooring created a good notion of depth to the set.

I expected the grass to be a mess, from previous experiences, and came well prepared for rain and mud with my Forever21 boots. I cannot get over how gorgeous the grass looked.

The cast during Curtain Call. Lovely cast, and I loved the costumes and aesthetic of the whole production. It is uncanny how similar in built the actors who played Sebastian and Viola are. 

Perfection in lighting, really. The play started out all warm and daylight-y, and ended with the blues of night-time. I am smitten with fairylights, so anything with fairylights gets a +1 from me, but that moon was also really beautiful.


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