Is a must see! And to think it was all done in one take (after 57 tries and 15 hours)! Be sure to check out the “Behind the Screen” video as well to see how it was all done!
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So much work goes into doing that. I worked on a theater production in high school and we had screens on each side of the stage instead of sets. We filmed entrances, exits, and anything that happened on the sides of the stage on location and the actual show came down to getting timing right. It was seriously stressful.
This blog is so adorable!
Thank you! :)
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