Augusta University’s production of Lucy Prebble’s play, The Effect, a story of a chemical romance, was documented from the beginning to the final stages. The Agency, a collaborative capstone course for communication majors, produced a documentary of the play which showed the entire process from the auditions to cast interviews, set design, rehearsals and the cast’s reactions to opening night.
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Published on March 30, 2017 in Volume 59, Issue 4 of The Bell Ringer newspaper.
Michael Fortino, who played Toby in The Effect, prepares for a scene. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
Agency student, Katelyn Montolin, and Michael Fortino, who played Toby in The Effect discussed his character and reactions on Opening Night Thursday, March 23. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
Allison Berres gave insight to her character and feeling of the play in an interview with the Agency. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
The Agency students, Amisha Johnson and Keshun Sherrill, invited students to take a dose of The Effect on Mar. 15. in the JSAC Breezeway. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
(Photo: Kait Fruechting)
Students Hunter Thomas, who played Dr. Lorna James, and Benjamin Evans, who played Tristan Frey, performed a scene in The Effect. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
AU students prepared to audition for The Effect, a play by Lucy Prebble, on Jan. 23-24. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)
Michael Fortino, who played Dr. Toby Sealey in The Effect, holds a human brain on stage in a scene. (Photo: Kait Fruechting)