Scenic Art team working their magic…

Here are a couple of photos from the paintcall last night for The Laramie Project. 

The scenic art team were on stage last night adding washes and spatter to the set to inject a bit more character into the floorboards and the signs.  The production is in technical rehearsals this week and opens on Friday.  I think it’s safe to say it is going to be another brilliant Guildhall School production with lots of theatre magic thrown in!

The paint effect on the planks (all 500+ of them!) looks amazing and the telegraph poles really stand out as a great example of what the Design Realisation department are all about; lots of character, high quality and proudly standing out from the crowd!

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