La Malade Imaginaire: curtain call La Malade Imaginaire: curtain call

When I watch a play these days, because I have a daughter taking up Technical Theater, I not only pay attention to the story, the acting and the actors’ delivery of their lines — I pay even closer attention to the technical stuff like blocking, lighting, costumes… I really love high-tech lighting design.

And my theater vocabulary has become wider too.

The Free Dictionary defines curtain call as “The appearance of performers or a performer at the end of a performance to receive applause from the audience.”

This curtain call photo was taken at the DLS-CSB School of Design and Arts Theater after the last performance of the classical version of Molier’s La Malade Imaginaire. Magnificent stage lighting.

Connie Veneracion

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