Heritage Repertory Theatre 2002
Directed by Robert Chapel
Scene Design by Thomas Bloom
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The substructure used approx. 5 tons of steel and was then wrapped in white styrene for a clean finish. Center was supported on shop-built trusses.
Initial drafting of SR steel tower with spiral staircase.
Welding on the SR tower.
Framing welded onto the shop-built trusses to support a plywood deck.
Part of the 5 ton steel structure-looking from USL to DSR.
Tracking Wall in place beneath the bridge.
Tracking wall in place under bridge
Track for retractable wall- built from masonite panels.
One of two cabin wagons (wild) that tracked into place under the bridge via removable guides.
Removable guide allowing ‘wild’ wagons to track in place on stage.
‘Wild’ wagons that tracked in under the bridge.
SL structural tower opened up to reveal brig scenes. Front wall of the cylinder split and tracked horizontally around the back wall.
Gold-leaf covered cabin wall.
Drafting Samples for Anything Goes