Carrying out a theatre production can be an intense experience and when the experience comes to an end you may wish to invest in gifts for those that took part in the rehearsals and in the final play. In this article we will take a look at some of the gifts to consider if you wish to carry out this task.
Secret photos of the event can be a great way in which to capture the memories of the performance for the cast. It can be a good idea to take these photos and then you may wish to put them into some form of collage. This will then allow the members of the cast to put the pictures on the wall and this will remind them of the fun and excitement that was involved when the play was being carried out.
Create a collage that is based around the script and take memorable lines from the individuals script that you wish to give the gift to. You can then blow this up with a photocopy machine and can add additional images of them during their performance. This can then be framed and will create a nice gift that they can put on the wall.
An iTunes gift card can be a great gift for any actor or actress and provides access to many different plays and movies. You also get access to all different types of music and this will surely please the those who are into performance.
A date night out at the theater is quite possibly the most timeless, classic way to enjoy some special time with a significant other and few places match London for the range of spectacular romantically themed shows to pick between. The great thing about taking in a theater show as part of a date is that it builds a very special sense of occasion, as not many people attend live performances as frequently as they used to. Quite simply getting dressed up to the nines, fitting in a quality dinner and taking in a show in a grand old theater is a wonderful formula for a perfect romantic date. Here we’ll take a look at a few of the best romantic theater shows for any date night in London, starting with….
While perhaps it’s fair to say that ‘Les Mis’ would be better described as a musical, the story itself is based upon the classic work of literature written by Victor Hugo. Few stories are as compelling to follow as the trials and travails of Jean Valjean as he struggles with his conscience following release from a long spell of incarceration. It’s perfect for a date because not only is the show itself a literal landmark and a ‘must see’ feature of the West End, but the score includes many romantic classics.
This award winning show takes up a much more contemporary and ‘rockable’ spirit than Les Miserables, and is a perfect show to fit into a great date night out on the town. While you won’t find much room to dance in the theater – this show sells out most evenings – it’s an ideal warm-up before hitting the dance floor, featuring many of Whitney Houston’s finest tracks. At moments this show is almost more like a rock concert than a play, but the story is very romantic indeed featuring plenty of romantic sentiment especially around the devotion/duty theme. Great for any couple.