hannahdoesart:

Light practice

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Drawing for Theatre

Spring 2014

Watermill Center Benefit 2014
One Thousand Nights and One Night | Sleepless Nights of Sheherazade (at Watermill Art Center)

Watermill Center Benefit 2014
One Thousand Nights and One Night | Sleepless Nights of Sheherazade (at Watermill Art Center)

Tonight. 
But first, gardening. 

Tonight. 

But first, gardening. 

theatergesehen:

Jean-Paul Sartre’s The Games are Done, Deutsches Theater

Director: Jette Steckel

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Designers at work. 

Designers at work. 

hannahdoesart:

Orthographic object
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Drawing for Theatre
Spring 2014

hannahdoesart:

Orthographic object

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Drawing for Theatre

Spring 2014

this is my art site. there’s new work going up every day and i’m starting to post my theatre drawings so definitely check it out!

Working hard building a set in a pretty cool place.

Working hard building a set in a pretty cool place.

Rarely, as a set designer, can I say “we got more done than I expected” during load-in week. But today, I CAN!!

So happy. 

90% of the build is done. Now we just have to paint and dress!

my desk during crunch time

my desk during crunch time

Tags: set design

I really *should* blog more about the theatre I’m doing/making! But alas, I’m busy making it…

But here’s the event page for it. VOYEUR opens in a week and two days. If you’re on Long Island, come on down! It’s 1) inexpensive 2) going to be pretty cool.

The Neo-Political Cowgirls are a dance/theatre company located out of East Hampton, NY, so it’s won’t be your typical night at the theatre, so to speak…

ugh. lumber.  bye bye design budget! I’ve got a golden $26 left to spend…

ugh. lumber.
bye bye design budget! I’ve got a golden $26 left to spend…

Just ordered $60 worth of fake flowers and $50 worth of fake vines, which is 1/5 of my entire budget for this show.

set designers are crazy

i love it. 

backstagewardrobe:

Yesterday I finished perhaps the most difficult part of this model - the wall of mirrors that separates the Duke’s palace from Rigoletto and Sparafucile’s dwellings. It’s not as perfect as I’d have liked ( I think I would have had to practice a few more times to get the joins neater) but I kinda like it as my whole concept for Rigoletto is based around things not being perfect or quite as they should be and a little run down. 

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the-silver-carp:

everythingscenic:

Lord of the Flies. Jon Bausor.

omfg

woah.

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