Proscenium

Workin’ Overtime – B&W Sunday

Day 42 – February 11, 2018

Today is Black & White Sunday. I really am busy today so I figured if I didn’t get my picture done now, I would forget. The ironic thing is that I am in the set planning stage for our spring musical, 9 to 5. And sometimes, when I am stuck for ideas, I build a white model so that I can see what is in my head. Then, ultimately, my tech team has a visual reference to work with. It also allows me to see how things fit and if I like the idea. This model is built to ¼” scale. Which, for those who don’t know, means that ¼” = 1 foot. It always impresses me how large my stage is, but seeing it like this, just puts it into better perspective. Hope you all had a great weekend!

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