Love’s Labour’s Lost







Base coats on the platforming for “Love’s Labour’s Lost.”   Circuiting is happening at the same time, so that’s freshman Jake Taylor standing there with his lighting stick.   I’m glad he waited until the paint was dry.  The collage painting on the stage floor is left over from this past summer’s “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” designed by student Keenan Minogue.

In an earlier post, I mentioned that we were going to go with carpet, and I changed the rendering to reflect these textures.  Sadly, the budget won’t allow it, so we’re back to paint.








The final project for the scenic portion of Introduction to Theatrical Design was due yesterday, and here are some of the projects on the bulletin boards outside the classroom.  Students chose to work on one of these three plays:  “The Weir,” “The Holy Rosenbergs,” and Wole Soyinka’s version of “The Bacchae.”

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