April 18-20 @ 7:00 PM, also 2:00 on April 20
This play concerns the relationships between past and present and between order and disorder and the certainty of knowledge. It has been cited by many critics as the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language.
The next step was to make a model to make sure it all fit on stage as planned. (It did not as sketched!) I had a great time building the walls to spec and creating 3/4" scale versions of the french door units. Modeling is a great way to work- you can really get your hands in there and make things. Sometimes ive used AutoCAD to create a virtual 3D model of designs, but i think my hands enjoy this process more!
Once the floor was painted to look like hardwood, the set really came together (and felt warmer!) The wall color is a pale grey, but was supposed to be a shade darker when mixed at the home center. Due to time crunch, we used it anyway, but I later regretted the choice as it almost looked white with the stage lights.