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One element that works well is the video projection of words, here wrapped around an archway.
When we turned off the indoor lights, we got this great incoming light from some broads — I believe Australians call them QIs — that were put up near the trees outside for graduation. My camera makes it seem a … Continue reading
The empty hall seen from the stage, above, and from the entrance, below. These were actually taken after the second night of tests/sketches in Winthrop. Many thanks to Drew Dymond, Margaret Moore and Chris van Tuinen for helping arrange the … Continue reading
Winthrop Hall seen from where the audience will sit. We are inverting the usual arrangement by having the audience sit on the elevated dais, and putting the performers where the chairs are here. This was Chris’ brilliant suggestion. +++ Two … Continue reading
I took this diagram from a fire safety diagram in Winthrop Hall The division between the stage and audience is tentative It would be great to get precise dimensions