UPDATE: The stage is (mostly) up and leveled - now we need to put the surface on it, screw all of that down, and raise the upper platform, after that we need to raise the set. Any and all labor is welcome! Contact John Seeley ASAP if you have some hours to give.
For any of you who have ever attended a Memorial Players production, you may remember looking at the set and thinking, "how did they do that?" Well, wonder no more! Instead come join the wizard who makes it all happen, John Seeley, and help with putting together the pieces that make up the set. Right now John is confident that we will be finished before Easter when the stage goes up (and everyone is invited for that also!) but that confidence requires extra hands.
At this point almost all of the work left involves painting, which almost anyone can do, so have no fear for a lack of expertise.
Here is the schedule going forward (please be assured you are in no way committing to staying the entire time - any hours you can give are most welcome!):
Friday, March 23: 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm after which we'll take a break for Stations of the Cross, then reconvene at 8:00 until 10:00 pm
Saturday, March 24: 10:30 am - 6:30 pm - please note when you arrive that the Bolton Hill parking passes are being distributed from the LFH vestibule from 8:30 to 12:30.
After Saturday we are hoping that all of the work that can be done before the stage goes up will be complete, as we will not be working during Holy Week.