Saturday, April 28, 2012

The Truth is in the Woods

In place of the usual head shots or show stills, The Crucible lobby display features film noir portraits of the characters. The black and white images, created by Julie Hidalgo, perfectly set the mood for an intense, dramatic show.

As an introduction to her creepy creations, I present today’s outfit in black and white. (Clicking on any of my photos will open a larger, color version.)


Vest, Urban Vibe. Dress, Jovovich Hawk for Target. Leggings, Xhilaration. Boots, Dan Post. Jacket, H&M (thrifted).



Photos by Beefy Muchacho with the Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35 mm 1:1.8G lens.


Thomas Putnam and Francis Nurse


Sarah Good and Tituba


Rebecca Nurse and Goody Putnam


Elizabeth and John Proctor


Reverends Parris and Hale


Mercy, Betty, and Susanna


Hathorne and Danforth


Giles Cory


Cheever and Willard


Abigail and Mary Warren


Character portraits by Julie Hidalgo

4 comments:

Katharine Coldiron said...

These posts are really bringing back memories. I did The Crucible in high school, and boy, did it screw us up, all of us who were in the cast. That's a play that gets inside you and messes with you. I was Betty Parris, and a heckuva screamer in my day.

Rebecca said...

I like the pictures. I was in The Crucible a long time ago, and it was definitely a challenging show.

Reva said...

Love b&w's!!!!
Reva

The Tote Trove said...

The black and what outfit shot is amazing! Very dramatic. The other pictures are cool, too.