What a perfect place to tape Shakespeare. Yorick and I are here seated on the grass in front of the carriage house built with period tools by the same artists that reconstructed the Globe Theatre in London (where I currently work as a composer as of this writing). But the particular glories are all around […]
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Sorry for the goof in splitting this scene up in two parts – didn’t quite realize there was so little left of this scene at Haven when I finished reading.
Well it was a stumbly time getting back in the Shakespeare saddle this morning. It was fun to shoot here – I wish I could say you had better visuals of the bustling atmosphere here. The Haven is where all of Lenox seems to congregate – in the summer it’s too busy to even walk […]
Here we are back in Lenox to film a short scene here on a GORGEOUS Indian Summer day. Just amazing. We had a nice chat with Artistic Director Tony Simotes just behind us here, who was probably soaking in the rays in peace and quiet until we showed up. Looks to be an exciting season […]
Another great scene in a beautiful setting! Thanks Jane for the great camera work.
This is the last scene of the first play, and it feels good! Great to wrap up the four countries this play has graced in our cycle with Lenox, MA, just a half-mile from Shakespeare & Company where I’ve spent my summers all decade. It was a mostly uneventful taping. A gentlemen came to sit […]