This was a fantastic show, and a fantastic crew there at the Horizon Theatre in Atlanta. A good educational piece to work on, and in general, I believe it even won awards, for best new play. I was pleased to have the opportunity put in front of me, and for my first professional theatre job, I think I made a good impression and representation of the skills I got in school.
This was really my piece right here, I painted pretty much the whole thing,
Another Shot of the Set Model, Without the Church
…the Real Thing. Good Model.
I just love the freedom of form, and their pragmatic ( and yest still stylistic) approach to their drafting. Drafting and Design by the twin sisters, Isabel A. and Moriah Curley-Clay.
Stage Left Wall.
Stage Right Wall.
I had to do all this “charred effect” on drywall.
…and on the wall slats.
…more charred slats
-My Paint Crew Chief, Great Guy.
Here is a great Production shot… you could even say my work was in the spot-light.
It feels great know I had a part in this award-winnning work. If only in helping to set the mood. It was an interesting mood to set, one of both dismay and hope.