It can be disheartening for any journalist when you spend a lot of time shooting and editing a video and then few people watch it. But something about a video I created last week on the Paper Mill Playhouse’s upcoming performance of “Peter Pan” struck a chord. It easily is one of the most popular videos I’ve ever created for Patch (my speed humps video ranks up there too), and the views keep increasing. The Paper Mill folks, in fact, told me they were going to link to it on their weekly e-newsletter.
Want a peek? Check out the embedded video below. The lighting was awful in the theater for rehearsal (their lighting usually is fantastic), which posed some problems, but it was a fun video to shoot and edit.