Season: 2012

Season: 2012
The Pen and The Powder Keg--Part ? --Gregory Linington Interview

Oct 4th, 2012

The Pen and the Powder Keg: Gregory Linington
Well just in time for the New Year, I have Gregory Linington’s interview for The Pen and the Powder Keg. We Tufts are known for promptness.
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Season: 2012
"The Things You Won't Ever See" from Julia Welch

Oct 1st, 2012

What I’m enjoying most about working in the scene shop are small projects that require some sort of creative problem solving. I like being given a task and told to figure out how to best create the piece. The first one I did was an arched piece to be added on top of the Animal Crackers portal.
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Beginnings of FAIRplay

Oct 1st, 2012

A tedious selection process from the get-go, the FAIR Boarshead committee finally managed to select a play, “Yellow Face” by David Henry Hwang.

Scenic design-wise, this play (ideally) is a “piece of cake.” It’s a play that’s not very location specific and allows wiggle room for design-factors which are perfect for our artistic team (and our budget).
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“Snake Tail Today” from Kaylyn Kilkuskie

Oct 1st, 2012

The other night I returned home with some new holes in my fingertips from working my needle between wire, through plastic and bias tape (for The White Snake). There were spirals upon spirals that needed to be sewn in a way that I just couldn’t make my hands execute with any sort of grace...
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“Stepping Up to the Plate We Are All On” from Kaylyn Kilkuskie

Oct 1st, 2012

I often forget what my brain is like on design, though with certain constraints I find my work turns into more of a costume coordination sort of situation, which I find is neither good nor bad. Like everything else it is an experience.
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