Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Photo: Backstage Corridor at the Musical Instrument Museum Theater

Here is another photo from the backstage tour of the Musical Instrument Museum Theater.  I showed a series of these photos about a month or so ago.

This is the corridor that leads from the Green Rooms to the back of the stage, and from the receiving dock to the main part of the museum.

It is traditional for visiting stars to sign their names or leave photos or posters for hanging in the corridors back stage at theaters where they have performed.  Back stage areas at theaters thus record some of the people who have performed there.

Although the MIM is only a few years old, it is developing a gallery of talented, distinguished artists who have graced its stage, as shown in this photo.

This week we have photos of Galway, Ireland and the Cliffs of Moher posted  on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


Sharon said...

I enjoy these behind the scenes peeks.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is a lot neater and cleaner than most back stage areas that I have seen.

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