Caesar Responds to the Soothsayer
Rain Raw Footage
Rain St Elmo Colorize No Wind
Rain No Wind Blur 4 More Purple
Rain and Lightning In Action
Caesar Rejects the Soothsayer on the Ides of March
Caesar Responds to the SoothsayerCaesar receives a warning about the Ides of March. Director Anita Maynard-Losh really wanted the audience to see Caesar make eye contact with the camera and with them when it was broadcast back at them on the set to reflect Caesar's commitment to his own performance.
Rain Raw FootageGlitchy footage that I loved from documenting another project became the raw material for creating hyper-realistic rain for the freaky storm at the top of Act II in Caesar adapted by Anita Maynard-Losh and performed at Georgetown University
Rain St Elmo Colorize No WindOne of the last versions of this St. Elmo infused rain storm. The green dominated this composition too much to make the stage for Caesar when it came time to open the show.
Rain No Wind Blur 4 More PurpleThe final version of the freaky rain, it was much heavier on the purple, more of an accent on the scene than the green which nearly overwhelmed the lighting design.
Rain and Lightning In ActionHow the rain and lightning cues landed in the first dress rehearsal of Caesar, adapted by Anita Maynard-Losh and performed at Georgetown University.
Caesar Rejects the Soothsayer on the Ides of MarchIn his second confrontation with the soothsayer trying to warn him of his doom, Caesar performs his bravery before entering the Capitol and ensuring his death. From Georgetown University's production of Caesar, adapted and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh
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