EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN: A SCENIC DESIGN
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The purpose of this thesis is to provide research, supporting paperwork, production photographs, and other materials that document the scenic design for the production of Edward Albee's EVERYTHING IN THE GARDEN by the University of Maryland - College Park, Department of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies. This thesis contains the following: research images collected to develop and communicate ideas about location, shapes, forms, texture, scale, mood, and historical reference to the production team; preliminary photographs of the 1/4" scale model, visual tools used to convey the ideas of the scenic design; a full set of drafting plates and painter's elevations used to communicate the look of the scenic elements to the technical director and paint charge; a unit list providing detailed information about each element of the scenic design; a props list detailing each prop used in the production; prop/paint research images, used to visually support the information in the unit and prop list; and additional ground plans and paperwork generated during the rehearsal process. Archival production photographs are included as documentation of the completed design.