Hey followers,

I just want to tell you that I’m currently studying for my Master’s Degree in Shakespeare and posts will be very limited this year. I might reblog a few things here and there but I’m going to be very busy until next September (this week alone I’ve had to read three Shakespeare plays and five articles!) Thanks for all your support!


Ghosts (State Theatre of South Australia)

Design by Victoria Lamb

King Lear (State Theatre of South Australia)

Design by Victoria Lamb 

Ps. The Wall Explodes during the Storm:  Watch Here


Wicked the Musical

Copenhagen, Denmark

(via third-draft)


#1 Safety

We’ve all been here


#1 Safety

We’ve all been here

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1/4” Scale Model of the failed Bway Production of “Rebecca”

Peter J. Davidson

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The Good and the True ( Off-Broadway’s DR2 Theatre)

Design by Daniel Hrbek



Digital sets are ones in which the design of the space is meant to support  additional digital effects including (but not limited to):

Live cameras, Projections, Monitors, Video Mapping, Holographic Imagery, Robotics, Sensors, Altered Control and Response Systems

Digital sets can  take us to new fields of view, depths and perspectives that other design styles cannot.  Often digital effects are used to give the feeling of a “live” environment, give the actor a stronger sense of control of their space or can even be used to create digital actors entirely.  Both The Ring Cycle used and The Magic Flute utilized digital actors voiced or sung just offstage, while a computer interpreted and mimicked their actions onstage thru projections.  Digital sets can then combined with box, unit, atmospheric (projection on fog is amazing), installation, site-specifc and collaged sets.

"The Ring Cycle" - Carl Fillion

"The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Nighttime" -  Bunny Christie

"The Magic Flute" - Esther Bialas

"Sunday in The Park With George" -  David Farley

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Emma (The Old Globe)

Scenic Design by Tobin Ost
Asst. Sean Fanning


The bottom photo reminds me of Romeo + Juliet.


Romeo and Juliet. Tom Scutt.

Royal Shakespeare Company, Courtyard Theatre.