"FIX IT IN POST" - an entertainment industry expression meaning to take raw footage, no matter how bad it is, manipulate it afterward in the edit, and turn it into something good.
PRODUCER: "That scene sucked." DIRECTOR: "Don't worry, I'll fix it in post."
“Fix It in Post," is not just a play. Nor is it a televised event. Nor is it a magic show. It’s a bit of all three. While the show will undoubtedly surpass its quota of “How’d they do that?” moments, “Fix It in Post” is not simply a platform to showcase the latest jaw-dropping video technologies. It is a universally engaging exploration of modern media’s impact on society, of individuals who are “famous for being famous” and the people who make them so. “Fix It in Post” will thrill audiences by showing them exactly how lives can be lifted to the summits of success, then callously cut down in poorly ventilated edit suites by men and mice. “Fix It in Post” is a fun-house mirror’s reflection of pop culture, perspective and personal point of view. It is an event that will make audiences gasp at the real pitfalls of modern entertainment, and contemplate its long-term effects on society, while laughing at the inherent ludicrousness of it all.
“Rock of Ages” and “The Book of Mormon” have proven that there is an enormous audience appetite for unconventional stage presentations, provided there are stories with a heart supporting them. "Fix It in Post” utilizes that exact formula for success, and has the potential to delight and thrill audiences around the world for many years to come.