Faux prop whiskey, round 2. The first batch of faux whiskey was looking rather green under the stage lights, so I’ve mixed up a new recipe using burnt sugar as the base. The actor drinking the concoction on stage is open to trying the sweet water, so I got to cooking. I used Eric HartContinue reading “What color is your liquor, part 2”
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What color is your liquor?
Whiskey on stage: No tea. No coffee. No powdered ice tea. No flat soda. No caramel-burnt sugar base. And no burnt toast (what?). This was the challenge: water and food coloring. Not a bad outcome I think.
Baking for the theatre
Today is the final dress for Cinderella. There have been many a prop added and a few were cut. I’m fairly certain my favorite crafting moment from the last three weeks are the pies below. I got the “recipe” from a rather talented student’s blog: here. A few modifications of my own and I proudlyContinue reading “Baking for the theatre”
Don’t let the food spoil
More often than not, I am working on a production that necessitates any number of faux food items. Cinderella is no exception. The opening scene is a bustling town square with fruit vendors, a butcher, a baker, and florist (among others) selling their wares out of carts and baskets. For me, this means new adventuresContinue reading “Don’t let the food spoil”