love these so much!!!!
BTW, have you experienced "sleep no more" in new york yet? i have a feeling you would go crazy for it.
i have not experienced sleep no more.
I can't recommend it highly enough. It's an experience that sticks with you... I've gone 3 times and I have dreams about it. If you ever get the chance, go... and I'm happy to give you pointers beforehand.
But, what's with the Hello Kitty gaff tape on your camera?
the battery door broke off, it needs tape to hold it shut.
That is an obvious weak point, damn them.
These both do exactly what they're supposed to: make me want to see this production. Beautiful and emotional, and full of story by themselves.
I like the first one more. The blood on Jenn's hand is buried in the second, and the lighting on their faces is more dramatic. And the change in Jenn's position is important: in the former, she could be trying to reassure Ryan, or clinging on to her rock in the stormy seas... but in the latter, she could be sleeping.
Have I ever told you how much I admire your skill at lighting faces?
I'm with the previous poster--the first one is much more evocative. And man, I want this version of MacBeth to come to life!
We're working on it. There will be some cool surprises and then likely a kickstarter and probably a video.