Going to be in Waltham in the next few weeks, specifically hanging out or driving down Moody Street? If so, you should check out the Mrs. Hawking window display in our performance space!
Our performances of Vivat Regina and Base Instruments at the 2017 Watch City Steampunk Festival will go up at 274 Moody Street in Waltham, thanks to the help of the wonderful organizational committee of the Festival and Mr. Ali Nowrouzi.
It’s a really great space that we’re lucky to be in, but in addition to the area we’re using for our performance, it also has these wonderful bay windows facing out into the street. And we were allowed to put up an installation, alongside one for the Festival as a whole, of our set in those windows to advertise the shows!
It’s a really neat little tableau, teasing one of the things about the shows I’m most proud of– how the production value is carefully assembled, highly detailed, and visually beautiful.
We also got to put our new poster in the window, so any passersby will be able to put it on their calendars.
And of course, special thanks to those on the crew that helped us move in, John Benfield, Melissa Honig, Matthew Kamm, Ryan LeClair, and Michael MacAfee.
So, if you’re strolling by on the street, give us a peek! And make sure you come see our performances is this excellent space at the Festival in May!