Hi, my name is Lux Collins, and I’m working on building the set for The Imaginary Invalid! This is my first year here at Nathan Hale, and my experience has been amazing, everyone is so kind, considerate, and a little crazy. I love coming to rehearsals for the people, the inside jokes, the quotes that would make it seem as if half of us belong in a mental hospital, (looking at you Cove and Lilith) and learning the feel of the play and characters and trying to put that into the set. Work parties are quite hectic, as Roby seems to disappear into another dimension whenever you need to talk to him, and for the most part you make up the set designs as you go, but you need to see if Roby likes it so I also must travel into that dimension through the use of the constantly disappearing and very quiet walkie talkies.
Also, Crow (the stage manager) Is awesome, like they're implemented mandatory naptime kind of awesome, their personality radiates kindness, their laptop is somehow always charged, and Henry (aka Beralde, come see the show if you want to see his fantastic performance), just told me to write about penguins, so here goes; Penguins are a group of aquatic flightless birds. They live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere: only one species, the Galápagos penguin, is found north of the Equator. Highly adapted for life in the water, penguins have counter shaded dark and white plumage and flippers for swimming. Thank you Wikipedia. Now how does all of this relate to enemas? You'll have to come see the show.