Most makers pursue their craft in solitude, in sawdust-covered workshops, steamy kitchens, or turpentine-scented studios. Take the theater—actors get the glory, but stage makers are the unsung talents who bring a set to life. In “The Craft Behind the Curtain” (page 54), writer S. Kirk Walsh takes us behind the scenes at Zach Theatre to meet the diverse talents who dreamed up their current production of Tommy. Earlier this month, our Tribeza team got a sneak peek of the show (and a sip of the Earl Grey–infused cocktail that’s served during intermission). Both are spectacular!