Met Again was a real pleasure to work on at Fringe this year, because I feel like I really got to show off what the new instruments Jenn and I bought earlier this year are capable of doing. I mean, look at those gorgeous colors. Considering that we were telling a story in a non-traditional, non-literal format, I had a lot of freedom to play with color and brightness. The script also boasts excellent scenes that span the emotional spectrum, which really gave me something to sink my teeth into. In other words, I had a whole lot of fun simply cutting loose and was very fortunate to have a supportive collaborator in Sean Fitzgerald, who encouraged me to play with the look for each scene. Can’t argue with solid results!

About Met Again

Life goes by fast, and all you’ll remember are the most important parts, especially when it comes to someone you love. But those meaningful relationships are often truly defined by the little moments in between. Met Again, a moving new play by Jacob Smith, takes a look at the entirety of a unique but familiar relationship, from beginning to end, and how those big and small moments, connections, talks, fights, celebrations, and experiences all come to mean something more. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes completely heartbreaking, Met Again is like watching a collection of home movies on fast forward…with someone with whom you share a special kind of love.