Noam Blanks makeup artist works on Angie Tennent preparing for her role as Bernice Roth in "The Musical Comedy of Murders in 1940".
Kathleen Anderson, costume designer makes suggestions to Osa Jubilee Forrester.
Noam Blanks makeup artist adds lines to Angie Tennent for her role as Bernice Roth.
Noam Blanks smudges the lines added to Angie Tennent as she watches in a mirror.
Texture to weather her face is added to Angie Tennen in the makeup room backstage.
Classic photos mix with packs of makeup backstage.
A line-up of actors from back, David Ellis, Joseph Espinoza, Lars Foster-Jorgenson and Thomas Robinson are all in different stages of their transformation into characters for their roles.
Thomas Robinson fine-tunes his look.
Kathleen Anderson, costume designer makes suggestions to Joe Epinoza on finishing touches for his makeup.
Lars Foster-Jorgenson concentrates on his makeup . . .
. . . checks the look . . .
. . . and adds an extra dab as he turns into Roger Hopwell.
Director Jeff A. Clapp takes a final look at Lars Foster-Jorgenson makeup before heading off to a photo call.
Jordan Beck (Paula Tzark in the program) applies mascara on his way to becoming Helsa Wenzel.
Jordan Beck makes an expression in the mirror to check the look of his makeup.
Jordan Beck adds another round mascara.
Jordan Beck completes the look with red lipstick.
Osa Jubilee Forrester gives her hair a once over before dressing in costume.
Osa Jubilee Forrester checks in the mirror between dabs of makeup backstage.
Osa Jubilee Forrester makes last minute adjustments to become . . .
Nikki Crandl played by Osa Forrester.
Mrs. Von Grossenknueten played by Callie Williams.
Mr. O'Rilley played by Jordan Fermstad.
Ken De La Maize played by David Ellis.
Eddy McCuen played by Thomas Robinson.
Margorie Baverstock played by Kimberly Wogahn.
Bernice played by Angie Tennent.
Roger Hopewell played by Lars Foster-Jorgenson.
Lt. Kelly played by Joseph Espinoza.
Helsa Venzel played by Jordan Beck (Paula Tzark).
The cast of "Musical Comedy of Murders in 1940" onstage.