2010 April 30
From Left to Right: Mandy Kirschner, Barrington Hinds, Julian De Leon, Gino Grenek and Emily Stone in Ghostown
He loved her pieces so much, in fact, that Lewis was welcomed onto the stage for a bow along with the cast. "It was a very spiritual moment," she shared of seeing her designs on stage. "You work on those pieces so long; it's really the only moment you get to appreciate it. I teased Stephen saying, 'I think I stitched more than you rehearsed!'" After sitting through countless rehearsals, the initial designs also changed. "They always evolve as they go along," she said. "At the beginning I was thinking light and cool colors then went in a more warm direction. Originally I saw Ghostown
as weathered, dirty and disheveled more literal but it continued to evolve into a more clean cut aesthetic, more refined." And Petronio was happy with the results. "Amazing," he exclaimed. "I think her pieces with their transparency and use of the blacks and the nudes went well with the acts of concealing and revealing that I did in Ghostown
." The performances will continue at The Joyce Theater
only until May 2 so get your tickets now before they go on tour!