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Fiddler – behind the scenes

By spotogspindel | March 26, 2011

A little guided tour ´round the theatre before the show?

Kind of crowded on the side-stage. Technical equipment, props, big and small, costumes, and sometimes 40 people…

The house on wheels. Colors are distorted here, to try to show the shape of it. 4 meters high, and the fiddler sits on a small platform on the roof.

The stove I power-tooled together. Power-tooling is fun! I need to do more of that.

Apparently the trumpet doesn´t sound on every tune in the show. Either that, or she is just incredibly efficient!

The percussioner has his own little space on the side-stage. He can´t see the rest of the band, except on a little TV-screen. These drums aren´t all that much included in the show either, but he told me he´s added lots more just for the fun of it. And it sounds great, if you ask me!

The clarinetist insisted her instrument was the most beautiful of all instruments and that I should take a picture of it. Done! 🙂

Students at the hair-dressing department  making a young, handsome Kristoffer Grindheim, into an old and handsome man 🙂

Actors getting ready for the first show. The theatre takes about 400 people.

Topics: Diverse | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Fiddler – behind the scenes”

  1. Rubin Pingk Says:
    April 2nd, 2011 at 20:54

    I need a little stovetop like that.

    I love seeing all the little behind the scene details.

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