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A Crash Course in Flying : Designing and Drafting Ellen Mclaughlin's Tongue of a Bird
The author describes the process of designing and modeling the sets for the Kalamazoo College production of Tongue of a Bird.
The Next five Years: Lighting Design in the Real World
I have been doing lighting in some capacity for the last eight years, ever since I started high school. I always knew that I wanted my SIP to involve that part of my life in some way, but even in my sophomore year I ...
Actors Hold: An Analysis of the Director/Stage Manager Relationship in Professional and Educationai Theatre
Since a young age I have been interested in theatre. At first, I was only drawn to the spotlight on stage. It wasn't until my position as assistant stage manager on the play Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, did ...
Managing the Mainstage: Stage Managing the Festival Playhouse Production of Titus Andronicus
This paper is an overview of what my project has entailed over the last few months. From the start, I knew I wanted my Senior Individualized Project to be action-based. I thrive pursuing hands-on work where I can see ...
Bladed Weapons for the Stage: Building a Battle from Forge to Fight Call
I set out to write a SIP that would be an overview of stage combat- both a tool bag for student fight directors in the future and an analysis of my experience as the assistant fight director on this show from start to ...