Scenic Design of The Winter's Tale
Urbantke, Sean Joseph
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The purpose of this Thesis is to provide all the paperwork, supporting research, and production photographs that were instrumental in the scenic design for <italic>The Winter's Tale</italic> by William Shakespeare at the University of Maryland, Department of Theatre. This Thesis contains the following; Research Images collected from various sources to help develop the concept and design for the show and communicate between the director and other designers conceptual ideas over the course of the production, including inspirational images in texture, color, scale, proportion, and sculpture; Computer Generated Renderings detailing ideas for specific moments in the production; Drafted Plates consisting of both the general and specific details which the Technical Director uses to direct his construction and paint crews to build the design; Projection Images used in the production to serve as a backdrop to the action in the final design; Paperwork that communicates scenic shift, scenic scheduling, and properties construction ideas between the designer and the technical production crews that execute them; and finally, archival photographs that are included as a visual document of the final completed design.