Live Multi-Camera Edit to Capture Stoop Stories for Aurora Theatre Company

The Client

Aurora Theatre Company inspires new audiences and longtime theatre lovers alike with the visceral power of live theatre.

The Project

Aurora Theatre Company inspires new audiences and longtime theatre lovers alike with the visceral power of live theatre.

Aurora Theatre Company collaborated with Flying Moose Pictures to shoot and deliver a 3-camera documentation of Stoop Stories in only two days. We rehearsed extensively with director Elizabeth Carter to perform a live edit of the show.

During the COVID -19 pandemic, the Aurora Theatre audience was delighted for the opportunity to experience an intimate video documentation the performance from the safety and comfort of their homes.

Aurora Connects is a weekly conversation about the creative work at the Aurora Theatre Company.

In this episode, Josh and Dawn are joined by the Stoop Stories Creative Team: Costume Designer Regina Evans; Director Elizabeth Carter; Jonathan Luskin from Flying Moose Pictures; and the star of the show, Jeunée Simon. We’ll begin our show with a clip from Stoop Stories, followed by an introduction to the play from Elizabeth. Next, Jeunée will tell us about the characters she played and how the process was different from an in-person performance, and Jonathan will tell us about his process as a videographer. We’ll learn more about the costume designing experience from Regina who will also talk about the special detailing she added to the inside of Jeunée’s jacket, and then everyone will share what makes Stoop Stories special for them.

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The Result