Category Archives: Shawnmarie Stanton

Band Pictures from Joe Iano

Joe Iano shared some amazing pictures of the band with blogger 2 of 2 (that’s me, if you’ve lost track). Enjoy!

TECH – Eggs of Green by Scot Augustson

Shawnmarie Stanton playing the harp is like having my brain massaged with a warm oil… so incredibly soothing! Lets just say the band gets its harp on between shows #2 and #3 tonight. Oh yeah, and the fire which you may have read of earlier… so beautiful. Hats off to 14/48 vet James Frounfelter on his nifty creation. Carol Roscoe is bouncing between the band and the actors doing her directing thing… which she does very well. She didn’t use […]

3 Things

As I walked to the theatre to get my binder from the stage, 3 things happened: * Tim Hyland took me to the vault room which is now a lounge. If you’re coming to see the show tonight do not, I repeat, DO NOT shut the vault door. The only person with the combo died about 50 years ago. * When I arrived in the theatre there was a single spotlight shining on the keg of beer, tapped the night […]

Phish is in the building…

The last thing I was expecting when walking into the theatre was to relive seeing Phish at Alpine Valley in 1999… but that’s exactly what happened. Basil Harris had this incredible group jamming. Stringing together some mesmerizing beats. After about thirty minutes and a dozen hippies wandering in and setting up blankets in the aisles later, the sound guy said, “How does that sound?” This put an end to the jam sessions and the band proceeded to jump into a […]


While all of these virgins are at home asleep, dreaming about what their first day of 14/48 is going to present them, I sit awake thinking about my encounters with three of the “pure and innocent” this evening. Encounters which make school boys giggle and grown ups blush… below is what a few VIRGINS had to say before the big dance: COLLEEN ROBERTSON (ACTOR)“I’m afraid of nudity. Not really feeling the nudity,” Oh brother, you never admit out loud that […]

Design Visits

I spent some of my morning with Gary Menendez, a designer who has been volunteering for 14/48 for four years (“And I’ve only missed one weekend that whole time”). Gary is one example of why 14/48 works. And why it works so well. Gary is a professional carpenter who volunteers for 14/48 “because I love it.” He designs and creates and builds and pulls together set pieces, props, costume pieces, and whatever else directors, designers, and actors ask for with […]