“Work, In Progress.”

March 26, 2008

Greetings.

 

Ever wonder why you can’t stand your job?  Or why your dreams seem to disappear because of that job?  Or even falling for that one person in the same office as yourself?  Or what about dodging your boss for fear of sexual innuendoes?

 

Well, last night I had the opportunity to photograph a rehearsal for “Work, In Progress.”  And might I add, that I am very proud of a dear friend of mine, Erin Dalton, for her extreme creativity in lyrical writing.  It is for her and for my momma that I post these photos.  

 

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Excerpt from the official press release…

 

Work, In Progress” by Erin Dalton and Michael Miteer, is an original one act musical about dreams and finding hope when you are stuck in an office job that means nothing to you. The production has a full cast, and also includes a thirteen member strong orchestra.

 

Erin said, “It’s a story of everyday people that are living mundane, nine to five workday lives. The conflict lies in their dreams that have been suppressed by the pressure of keeping a ‘stable’ job. This question is whether or not they will remain in their jobs to retain ‘stability’, or risk it all for the pursuit of what they really want for their lives.”

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Spread the word.  “Work, In Progress” starts this Saturday night, 8 pm, at GWU’s Dover Theatre.  And also a special encore performance on Sunday, at 3 pm.

 

Enjoy the photos!!!

 



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One Response to ““Work, In Progress.””

  1. Josh Says:

    Nice work dude!


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