Behind the Curtain
I received an unconventional award which was Most Impressive Use of Limited Space for Monty Python's Spamalot. I read that twice and was like.....yeessss. The first time I entered this venue to get a feel for the space and saw the tiny stage (with no stage right exit) I was like how is this going to work? Can't exit stage right, stage is twenty some odd feet long with miniscule wing space, no fly rail and we have a ga-gillion scene changes. So to get this little award is super duper awesome! Below you can see how tiny the stage was.
What a great year for the show, Daffodil Girls. This show has gotten the most press on any prouction I have ever worked on. It made most publications lists in town from direction, best show, costumes, acting and in this case Best Set Design! During the run I watched 80% of the shows and loved it every time.
My blog is all about the design process, design in general (mainly set design),designers I love and architecture. Take a look behind the curtain!