I've gotten some of the production photos from the Madcap production of Constant State of Panic (taken by Isaac Liu), and wanted to share some of them here.
Since I'm on a roll for giving advice (see my previous post), here's another one for young playwrights--after you get one of your plays produced, make sure you get the theatre to send you production photos right away. You're going to need them, especially if they're any good. If you wait six months, it's easy to lose track of who has them or where to find them, or who took them. And they come in real handy (especially if your play is ever published).
Here are a couple (more to come soon):
Paul McLane and Aidan Hughes
and here's one of Paul McLane and Tori Miller (which gets at the energy of the play quite well):
(I miss all the Madcap folks.)