Live Theatre: The Subject Was Roses

“The Subject Was Roses is a Pulitzer Prize-winning 1964 play written by Frank D. Gilroy, who also adapted the work in 1968 for film with the same title.” My good friend Dia Frid directed the play on stage at the Little Burlington Theatre and was kind enough to ask me to shoot it for her. I must say, I always enjoy making photographs of theatrical plays because there are usually so many wonderful moments that happen over the course of a couple of hours. Whether it be a piece of dramatic stage lighting, or an expression from one of the actors, or even an intense moment between two characters, there is never a shortage of moments to capture.

I hope you enjoy some of the photos I’ve posted below and please remember to support your local theatres!


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