End of the second to last rehearsal week! / by Ora Fruchter

Geezum Crow! We’re burning the candle at both ends, and soon the candles are going to sprout other ends too!

Sorry we haven’t been updating more often. We’ve been so busy! But here’s a post about Eleonore, our fantastic musician and composer! Click her picture to go to her cool website and listen to her music.

Oh, incidentally, this photo is from the shoot we did with Eric Michael Pearson and shows an abandoned design concept. The concept was “re-use our amazing costumes from Grimm!” (designed by Lex Gurst!)

We ended up with a darker color palette but are still using 3 pairs of Lex’s pants…

 Here Eleonore is playing the hurdy-gurdy - which is like a cross between a violin, accordion and barrel organ made out of beautiful and somehow nautical looking wooden parts.

Here Eleonore is playing the hurdy-gurdy - which is like a cross between a violin, accordion and barrel organ made out of beautiful and somehow nautical looking wooden parts.

 Now we just wanted to include more photos of us in the colorful costumes…

Now we just wanted to include more photos of us in the colorful costumes…

 Zimmer, Charlotte, Willa, and Fritz

Zimmer, Charlotte, Willa, and Fritz

 And just because we’re on a photo kick, look at this beautiful wolf puppet. He didn’t end up in the show but Eric photographed him anyway, because wolf puppet. He only appeared for a minute onstage in  Grimm!  - had one line and got beaten up by the little girl hero of the show. Which is bonkers when you consider the hours and levels of detail lavished on him by Ora.

And just because we’re on a photo kick, look at this beautiful wolf puppet. He didn’t end up in the show but Eric photographed him anyway, because wolf puppet. He only appeared for a minute onstage in Grimm! - had one line and got beaten up by the little girl hero of the show. Which is bonkers when you consider the hours and levels of detail lavished on him by Ora.