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A Day in the Life: Gabe Jacobs-Kierstein

Jul 31, 2009
by Staff

Theater seems so … well … dramatic. But it’s not all bright lights and adoring audiences. What you see on stage is the culmination of a lot of hard work behind the scenes before anyone takes a seat. Before the actors even step on stage, there’s plenty of pre-performance preparation from make-up and cast meetings to line rehearsing and psyching themselves up in a host of unique ways.

Flagler Magazine sent photographer Zach Thomas, ‘00, to capture actor, master electrician and senior theatre major Gabe Jacobs-Kierstein as he readied to play a role in the Theatre Department’s spring 2009 production of “The Good Person Of Sezuan,” a comedic-morality play inspired by Chinese folk tales.

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