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What does BP stand for?

BP stands for Back Projection

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And in this Huddersfield Thespians production - directed by Keith Royston - the scenes shared by Miriam Marsden as Annie and Stuart Davison as terminally ill John are movingly done and beautifully played, while the passage of the seasons in back projection, accompanied by judiciously chosen music (including Vaughan Williams at his most plaintive) adds to the effect.
Their high-octane performance, combined with their back projections of interchangeable symbols and flashes of world self-destruction, together with cybernetic imagery all came together as a vividly stimulating audio-visual experience.
The excellent Ty Glaser (Hotel Babylon, Bones) and Robert Curtis ( (Hamlet/ RSC/BBC) play all the parts with a helpful back projection introducing each couple starting with the cabbie and the prostitute along with a sort of marking system based on duration.
Zhang Qing's "Don't Go So Fast" (through June 21) bitingly comments on this history by means of a thirteen-minute, ten-screen video and twelve photographic stills, using back projections.
n In the space of four evenings, I saw Bromsgrove Operatic Society (Carousel) and The Nonentities, of Kidderminster (Ladies Down Under), using back projection instead of cumbersome sets.