Jim Noone's design for THE LOVE POTION as seen in the NYTimes
Marianna Sanchez's design for WAR as seen at the Yale Rep. Marianna was my design assistant on my Yale Rep production of STONES IN HIS POCKETS and I am so happy to see her work on this stage after three long years in New Haven.
Marianna sanchez's set design for WAR at the Yale Rep. I sketched this on a magazine page. The set didn't have the texture underlay in this drawing. The production of WAR was directed by Lileanna Blain-Cruz, lights by Yi Zhao, clothes by Montana Blanco.
This is part of a set designed by Douglas McCullough for SLEEPING BEAUTY at Interlochen center for the arts. I saw it tonight in Corson auditorium. I'm at Interlochen to have meetings for a new production of NUTCRACKER I'm designing for them
quick quick drafting on Metro North in a 4"x8" notebook. Strangely enough this rough drawing has most of the information we'll need to build the set. It's for a play called WYOMING that opens in January.
how many portals can you draw in 50 minutes on a crowded subway car? The answer is seven. I'm trying to figure out the portal for my Nutcracker. Rest assured I'll be using none of the above designs. Drawing on the subway is good for loose sketches-- not so good for rectilinear architecture.