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Matthew Wright, Designer of our Made at Curve production of Legally Blonde, talks about the process of staging the show at Curve and at the Opéra de Monte Carlo in Monaco.
Having played Paula Pokrifki in our Made at Curve production of An Officer and a Gentleman - the Musical, Emma Williams returned to Curve in 2018 as Betty Haynes in our festive production of White Christmas. In this commentary, she talks about creating a 'home from home' in her dressing room.
Photographer Ellie Kurttz writes about the very first step of capturing our Made at Curve production of West Side Story - the promotional photoshoot.
Mark Smith, Choreographer of our Made at Curve production of The Color Purple, writes about bringing movement to Shug Avery's number 'Push Da Button', performed in Harpo's Juke Joint.
In this commentary, photographer Manuel Harlan explains the art of being in the right place at the right time to capture a key moment of our 2017 Made At Curve production of Sunset Boulevard. See Manuel's full-length shot below.
Without Team Curve, there would be no Made At Curve. A passionate group of people dedicated to creating and sharing the very best culture for everyone to enjoy, our team members put the beating heart into our building.
The ongoing situation means our doors are currently closed and, while digital tools may hold Team Curve together, nothing replaces the feeling of being in our building as a community. Until then, we're celebrating our staff with a collection of memories from Team Curve members.
Jonny Laidlow, Curve's Head of Lighting on what it means to be a producing theatre and working with teams across the building to create a Made at Curve production on stage.
Lighting Designer for the Made at Curve production of West Side Story, Guy Hoare, remembers an evening spent creating the show's stars and stripes lighting.