Digital set rendering for Man of La Mancha. Stone arches, flicker-flame torches, a fire burns under a staircase.
This method of projection was used in a production of Sylvia that I did in April of 2012 for Auburn University in Alabama.
It used a contemporary NYC Skyline, and a different graphic style of course. You can see how it worked here: http://scenicandlighting.com/sylvia/
Corner fireplace wagon for Cratchit house:
Rolling wall & door unit for Fred’s House:
Wall treatment for Cratchit house:
Wall treatment for Fred’s house:
Spamalot is a stage adaptation of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, with a large amount of liberty taken in the adaptation, with generous references to the larger body of Monty Python works.
This particular produciton incorporated deliberately rudimentary scenic elements in combination with original projection media styled in the manner of the various cartoons and odd effects in the original film.
The Abbey includes a few scenes in corridors, the office of the Mother Abbess, and some sort of space where Maria is being dressed. The desk can come on or not at Kate’s discretion. It is 78″ x 30″ x 30″ and is castered. The projections will vary scene to scene.
The mountains are for The Hills are Alive.
The Von Trapp Home:
The Von Trapp Home includes a stair unit leading UR and a table. The rest will be provided by the projection. The stairs bend as discussed, and include a decorative bannister. read more
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The playwright asks for a timeline of the history of the United States on the stage. Here, the timeline has been broken up to allow entrances through it. Below you can see that I have maintained some of the curves from the original concept. This was a little more interesting to look at, makes this a little slicker, and was not difficult to execute.
The map on the floor was a 12′ x 20′ rectangle of luan, painted with that map and a flat-black background. This allowed quick changeover between this show and Musical of Musicals, which ran in rep with this. read more