Wednesday, November 25, 2015

'The Snow Queen' Photo Essay

We are blessed with talent here at Slidell Little Theatre, and not all of it on the stage. Our Marketing/Publicity team is constantly seeking volunteers willing to share their talents and skills to help raise awareness about our little community theatre not only to promote our shows, but to document the effort that goes into staging a production.

Lee Dukes has been taking photos for years and even donated his wildlife photographic artwork to help restore the Louisiana wetlands. That story can be found here. Once a popular actor on the SLT stage, Lee Dukes continues to support our productions from behind the curtain and, for "The Snow Queen," from behind the lens. Some of Lee's artwork can be found here.

Justin Redman is the current SLT Publicity chairman and he has been doing most of the heavy lifting (photographically speaking) for the past couple of years. A veteran of the U.S. Marines, Justin has recently returned to college to finish his degree in Communications at Southeastern Louisiana University. He is also the owner of Redman Media Productions and his work can be found here.

Stephanie Sullivan is proof that you don't have to be a professional photographer to take pictures. An active behind-the-scenes volunteer, Stephanie has on several occasions assisted our efforts to tell our story with photos of other volunteers working to bring a showto the stage.

"The Snow Queen" opens Friday, November 27, 2015 and remains onstage thru Dec. 13.

Below is a photo essay of "The Snow Queen" taken during rehearsals.

Photos by Lee Dukes (top, bottom right) and Justin Redman

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