Making “The King Stag”

Natalie Black, playing Angela, and Jacob Hacker, playing Deramo, during the dress rehersal for the play King's Stag on Tuesday, Oct. 16th.

Unmasking the curtain call Jessica Sewing | Collegio Writer The cast of “The King Stag” faced an additional obstacle while perfecting their performance; the actors had to act through masks. Micah Black says the masks took around buy cheap cialis five weeks to make, and they were made out of layers of newspaper, brown paper and shellac. “We took live casts of actors’ faces to mold each mask specifically to each actor’s face,” Black said. “Acting in a mask is different; we have to use our body and gestures much more. We are always conscious that the audience has a good view of our face and masks.” Before the curtain call comes on Thursday’s opening…