Various Theatrical Projects

SCENIC DESIGNS

GRADUATE SCHOOL

For their first graduate school project, students were played a selection of songs and asked to bring in an object that represented one of them. Caitlin Eby chose "Coney Island Baby" by Tom Waits and brought in a dried and burned rose. They were then asked to interpret the object and the song into a scenic design, as shown below.

   "Coney Island Baby"   by Tom Waits, 1/8" = 1'0" scale model  Materials: balsa wood, foam core, printer paper, acrylic paint, dried roses, hot glue, LED lights.

"Coney Island Baby" by Tom Waits, 1/8" = 1'0" scale model

Materials: balsa wood, foam core, printer paper, acrylic paint, dried roses, hot glue, LED lights.

   "Coney Island Baby"   by Tom Waits, 1/8" = 1'-0" scale model under lights

"Coney Island Baby" by Tom Waits, 1/8" = 1'-0" scale model under lights

undergraduate school

   HAMLET:   Concept Sketch  Materials: pen, notebook paper

HAMLET: Concept Sketch

Materials: pen, notebook paper

   HAMLET:   Detailed Drawing  Materials: drawing paper, pencil

HAMLET: Detailed Drawing

Materials: drawing paper, pencil

   HAMLET    Materials: gouache, soft pastel, colored pencil, watercolor paper

HAMLET

Materials: gouache, soft pastel, colored pencil, watercolor paper

   THE CHERRY ORCHARD:   Act I, Act IV  Materials: gouache, watercolor paper

THE CHERRY ORCHARD: Act I, Act IV

Materials: gouache, watercolor paper

   THE CHERRY ORCHARD:   Act II  Materials: gouache, watercolor paper

THE CHERRY ORCHARD: Act II

Materials: gouache, watercolor paper

   THE CHERRY ORCHARD:   Act III  Materials: gouache, soft pastel, watercolor paper.

THE CHERRY ORCHARD: Act III

Materials: gouache, soft pastel, watercolor paper.