New Jersey Stage 2015 - Issue 10 - Page 9

We all try to put the dangers out of our minds when we enter our seats, but the dangers are always there. Paprzycki admits that he has found himself paying closer attention to details while flying ever since he got involved with the play. A trip to Boston in July was delayed while the crew had a maintenance guy check out a situation with the front tire. Paprzycki watched what everyone was doing, what they were touching, how they were react- ing, and even how they were sitting; all of which gave him insight for the play. Likewise, historical tv coverage about the incidents proved invaluable for Paprzycki and the cast members to get a better understanding of the gravity of these situations. “The direction I’ve given to the cast from the minute we started is, ‘This is a play in which you’re going to constantly remember one word as you’re acting - training,’” explained Paprzycki. “I Watch the trailer for the film version of Charle victor romeo NewJerseyStage.com 2015 - ISSUE 10 9