30
Jul

mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka

Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.

Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.

30
Jul

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Philip Prowse for the 1984 production of Phèdra
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fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Philip Prowse for the 1984 production of Phèdra

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30
Jul

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Anna B. Sheppard for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014)
From the Hollywood Reporter
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fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Anna B. Sheppard for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014)
From the Hollywood Reporter
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fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Anna B. Sheppard for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014)
From the Hollywood Reporter
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fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Anna B. Sheppard for Angelina Jolie in Maleficent (2014)

From the Hollywood Reporter

30
Jul

everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.
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everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.
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everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.
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everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.
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everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.
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everythingscenic:

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Wilson Chin.

30
Jul

theatergesehen:

Oedipus Rex, Hebbel am Ufer
Director: Constanza Macras
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theatergesehen:

Oedipus Rex, Hebbel am Ufer
Director: Constanza Macras
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theatergesehen:

Oedipus Rex, Hebbel am Ufer
Director: Constanza Macras
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theatergesehen:

Oedipus Rex, Hebbel am Ufer
Director: Constanza Macras
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theatergesehen:

Oedipus Rex, Hebbel am Ufer

Director: Constanza Macras

30
Jul

everythingscenic:

The Olivier Theatre.
Designing for this theatre would be unbelievable. With the combination of its “drum revolve” and the unique fly system made up of individual point hoists, the design possibilities seem endless. If only…
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everythingscenic:

The Olivier Theatre.
Designing for this theatre would be unbelievable. With the combination of its “drum revolve” and the unique fly system made up of individual point hoists, the design possibilities seem endless. If only…
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everythingscenic:

The Olivier Theatre.
Designing for this theatre would be unbelievable. With the combination of its “drum revolve” and the unique fly system made up of individual point hoists, the design possibilities seem endless. If only…
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everythingscenic:

The Olivier Theatre.

Designing for this theatre would be unbelievable. With the combination of its “drum revolve” and the unique fly system made up of individual point hoists, the design possibilities seem endless. If only…

30
Jul

scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory
Christopher Oram
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scenicdesign:

"Macbeth" @ The Park Avenue Armory

Christopher Oram

30
Jul

scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.
I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   
Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!
Atmospheric:  “Tartufe” - Katrin Brack
Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty
Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle
Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas
Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns
Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons
Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins
Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry
Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes
Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane
Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…
- Bryce Cutler
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scenicdesign:

Today scenic design is taught and classified into two types… Box Sets & Unit Sets.

I would like to propose additional scenic design classifications (which can be viewed above and are listed below).  Each week I will focus on a different classification.  Now, some of these can be combined and it could even be debated that some of these “classifications” are the same but, by redefining the terms we use as designers, artists and theater practitioners we can further develop what scenic design is, can be and will be as the theater progresses.   

Got a question, comment, thought?  Hate it?  Love it?  Think I’m a fool? Got something to contribute?  I want to hear from you!  Let’s get a discussion going!

Atmospheric:  Tartufe” - Katrin Brack

Box: “Venus in Fur” – John Lee Beatty

Green: “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” – Donyale Werle

Digital: “The Magic Flute” - Esther Bialas

Found Space: “The Drowned Man” – Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughn & Beatrice Minns

Installation: “Death of a Salesman” – Narelle Sissons

Light: “Passing Strange” – David Korins

Material:  “Don Giovanni” – Frank Gehry

Motion Based: “Replacement” - Barbara Ehnes

Unit: “Ragtime” – Derek McLane

Follow me at www.scenicdesign.tumblr.com for more updates, photos and scenic design…

Bryce Cutler

29
Jul

tiffanyahern:

if you haven’t heard es devlin’s perspective on design, strategy, history, music and art, now is the time. she’s genius. and her approach is inspiring.

tiffanyahern:

if you haven’t heard es devlin’s perspective on design, strategy, history, music and art, now is the time. she’s genius. and her approach is inspiring.

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25
Jul

everythingscenic:

Grey Gardens. Matthew Smucker.
ACT
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everythingscenic:

Grey Gardens. Matthew Smucker.
ACT
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everythingscenic:

Grey Gardens. Matthew Smucker.
ACT
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everythingscenic:

Grey Gardens. Matthew Smucker.
ACT
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everythingscenic:

Grey Gardens. Matthew Smucker.

ACT

22
Jul

everythingscenic:

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. Derek McLane.
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everythingscenic:

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. Derek McLane.
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everythingscenic:

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. Derek McLane.
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everythingscenic:

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. Derek McLane.
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everythingscenic:

Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. Derek McLane.

12
Jul

marniaportal:

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - Sgint Director: Arwel Gruffydd - Designer: Cai Dyfan - Lighting Designer: Elanor Higgins

marniaportal:

Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - Sgint Director: Arwel Gruffydd - Designer: Cai Dyfan - Lighting Designer: Elanor Higgins

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12
Jul

everythingscenic:

Ghosts. Tim Hatley.
Trafalgar Studios.
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everythingscenic:

Ghosts. Tim Hatley.
Trafalgar Studios.
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everythingscenic:

Ghosts. Tim Hatley.
Trafalgar Studios.
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everythingscenic:

Ghosts. Tim Hatley.

Trafalgar Studios.

10
Jun

raminkarimloobr:

Ramin Karimloo performing One Day More at the Tonys
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raminkarimloobr:

Ramin Karimloo performing One Day More at the Tonys
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raminkarimloobr:

Ramin Karimloo performing One Day More at the Tonys

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