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I know these notes are not real recent but maybe someone can explain to me---
An image is projected on a wall it becomes the backdrop to the drama, the children perform the drama in front of the wall--isn't the image blocked by the actors?
If the projector is shining on the wall isn't there a bright light blinding the actors?
I am obviously missing something, but I can't visualize the logistics of this.
Can someone descibe how this all works?

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