Backstage pass to ‘Giant Bones’ at EXIT Theater

There are over 40 costumes in the world premiere production of Giant Bones. How do the performers keep track? A modern form of cave drawings is used.
There are over 40 costumes in the world premiere production of Giant Bones. How do the performers keep track? A modern form of cave drawings is used.
There are over 40 costumes in the world premiere production of Giant Bones. How do the performers keep track? A modern form of cave drawings is used.

If you are looking for the biggest play on the smallest stage in the Bay Area, you may want to check out director/playwright Stuart Bousel’s Giant Bones at EXIT Theater in San Francisco. A couple of weeks back, we were able to catch this World-Premiere, check out the review here. Clint says, “Loni and I both felt like we’d been on a wild adventure to a far-away land. Our minds were melting every-so-slightly when we exited into the cool San Francisco air, but it was a memorable evening. What a journey!”

Prior to the show, we met up with Stuart and he gave us a tour backstage, check out the SSC Presents episode here (SSC Presents: Behind-the-scenes at Giant Bones and EXIT Theatre).

However, in case you are still craving more Giant Bones, have no worries. We have plenty of photos to share as well. Yes, when Stuart invited us to tour Giant Bones, we descended with all our gadgets. In fact, I think the only thing we didn’t take a photo of may be the insides of Stuart’s ears. Enjoy!

Standing outside of EXIT Theatre with Stuart. Did you know he used to cover news on television?

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  • StuartBousel

    Once again, my deepest thanks for your support and interest…

  • StuartBousel

    Once again, my deepest thanks for your support and interest…

  • StuartBousel

    Once again, my deepest thanks for your support and interest…