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CHRISTINE LEE WON DESIGNER: Environments with stories.


An experiential food exhibition on Mochi Ice Cream. Audience can experience the taste adventure of Mochi Ice Cream with their whole body, without actually tasting it.


PROBLEM

CONCEPT

Compared to the kids playing in the playground, adults look exhausted in hectic life and seemed to have lost joy and smile.

“Tap into your inner child, and SMILE.”

SOLUTION Play like a kid.

What is

MOCHI ICE CREAM?

With Mochi Ice Cream as the core theme, toys and games that adults used to enjoy as a kid will be gathered and re-interpreted to create a playground for adults.

Mochi ice cream is a small, round dessert ball consisting of a soft, pounded sticky rice cake (mochi) formed around an ice cream filling.

AUDIENCE

: CHEWABLE ICE CREAM

Anyone who used to be kids.

ROUND COLORFUL

CHEWY

COLD

MELTING

SOFT

MOCHI ICE CREAM ADVENTURE →

EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE BALLPOOL

TRAMPOLINE

FOG MACHINE EARMUFFS

SLIDE

CUSHION


SHAPE STUDY

DAY VIEW

FLOOR PLAN EDUCATION FLOOR

TRAMPOLINE BALL POOL SLIDE FOG MACHINE ENTRANCE: SPIRAL STAIRS

LOCATION

NIGHT VIEW

UPPER LEVEL EXIT

CUSHIONS

SCENT BALLS SLIDE

ENTRANCE: SPIRAL STAIRS

SPARROW LAWN Madison Square Park, NYC

Sparkling fuse and color changing dome can increase curiosity of potential visitors

LOWER LEVEL


LOGO ADVERTISEMENT → ICE CREAM FILLING

BOMB FUSE

SUBWAY ENTRANCE In addition to advertisement on screens, green/white globes are switched to green and pink mochi colors. It is important to keep the round shape and metal rings, because they still need to function as subway signs.

MOCHI COVERING

COLOR PALETTE

COLORS OF POPULAR FLAVORS Mango / Vanilla / Green Tea / Strawberry / Black Sesame

SOCIAL MEDIA INSTAGRAM The target audience that would be especially attracted to this exhibition are Instagrammers. Therefore, main form of advertisement will be on Instagram; sponsor ads will reach potential visitors, and the content will be actively posted on the account to communicate with Instagrammers.

TYPEFACE

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SPONSORED AD

ACCOUNT


INVITATION

EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 1

DECODER (Material: Red Acetate)

BACK SIDE

FRONT SIDE

SECRET MESSAGE An invitation is mailed to potential visitors: A secret mission calling secret agents to the park.

“Protect the citizens from malignant bombs.”

EDUCATION/CHALLENGE

Future Use: COASTERS

Visitors come right up to the upper level. It is surrounded by translucent plastic wall. Video of various process of making Mochi Ice Cream is projected on this surface. Visitors get hint from the educational video, and find the bad bombs in this area using the decoder they received.


EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 2

ROUND/COLORFUL When you open the Mochi Ice Cream packaging, round and colorful balls catch your eyes. Just like this experience, visitors can jump into the colorful ball pool in the first room.

EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 3

CHEWY There are four trampolines that resemble Mochi set packaging. Visitors jump on individual trampolines.


EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 4

EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 5

COLD

MELTING

Cold room is filled with fog effect to express a freezing environment. Visitors wear colorful earmuffs and take photos.

Like the ice cream travels down the throat, visitors slide down on a spiral slide.


EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE 6

SOUVENIR

ORDER FROM THE GOVERNMENT After the exhibition experience is over, the visitors (the secret agents) are thanked by the government, for protecting the park and the citizens from the bad bombs. The audience leave the exhibition feeling proud and happy.

Future Use: BADGE / MAGNET

SOFT/FLAVORFUL Finally, visitors land on giant cushions. They rest on these soft cushions, and also grab and smell the scent balls which resemble variety of flavors.


WINDOW LOUNGE A lounge that can be simply built in spaces without windows.


PROBLEM There are alternative offices built in the warehouse or basment these days. People in such workspaces do not get the chance to look out the window when they need a break. The real value of a window is what it brings into the space. (SUNLIGHT/ SHADOW/ REFLECTION)

CONCEPT Bring a WINDOW to the lounge and offer variety of pleasure a window can give, using lighting effects.

COFFEE

READING

NAP/REST

DAWN

DAYTIME

NIGHT

SPACE The Window Lounge can be simply created with two layers of curtains, semi-glossy floor and a window shaped screen. It’s circular structure makes the panoramic view surrounding the environment. Physical window Function as a screen, controlled by remotecontroller Inner curtain (translucent) Colored light from washers bleed through Outer curtain (opaque) Blocks most light coming from outside

CONTROL Users select the desired time of day with a remote controller.

Semi-glossy floor Reflective enough to show reflection of screen and lights (but not fixtures)


LIGHTING PLAN STRUCTURE FOR SCREEN

FIXTURE SCHEDULE FIXTURE TYPE

SCREEN

MANUFACTURER & LINE

DESCRIPTION

MOUNTING

Philips PureStyle Intelligent Color Powercore RGBA

Color changing LED washer

Floor

Spotlight for reading

Track

R01-R08

Spotlight for subtle reflection

Track

Color Filter (orange/ yellow)

G01

Ellipsoidal with Shadow Gobo

Track

Gobo (Custom)

Ellipsoidal with Stars Gobo

Track

Gobo (Pinholes)

W01-W09 S01-S05

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ENTRANCE

O01-010

THUMBNAIL

ETC Irideon FPZ

ETC Source Four Mini

ACESSORIES


DAWN SCENE Main Use: COFFEE BREAK

WASHER: Warm temperature GOBO: Window frame (skewed shape to depict long shadows of early morning)


DAY SCENE Main Use: READING

WASHER: Cool white SPOTLIGHTS: For reading seats, resemble strong sunray


NIGHT SCENE Main Use: NAP/REST

WASHER: Blue SPOTLIGHTS: Resemble soft reflection of yellow building lights of night skyline


WOLVES Play by Steve Yockey


SYNOPSIS 4. Blood: A trail of blood (drag mark) is hidden behind the room. As the room splits apart and goes further, the blood gets revealed. It looks like the room is dragged away by force.

Ben and Jack are ex-lovers who still share a tiny apartment in New York City. Ben never steps out of his apartment, believing that the world is full of dangerous wolves. Jack brings home a stranger one day; and of course, Ben freaks out. His only protective place is now torn apart and thrown into the brutal world.

5. Bathroom: The bathroom is covered in blood. Ben gets dragged closer and closer to the dreadful destination, but there is nowhere to escape.

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CONCEPT The venue is a vast warehouse, which perfectly expresses the urban wilderness. The contrast between such immensity and Ben’s tiny spot is the image I emphasized throughout the play. It begins inside a small box denying the external world; but as the box collapses it gets ripped into pieces becoming smaller and smaller, weaker and weaker.

VENUE Studio 201 Warehouse, Pittsburgh

4 3

2 1 1. Tunnel: This tunnel leads to the audience seatingarea. The path is extremely narrow, and it is impossible to see the rest of the surroundings, except glimmers of blue light. 2. Audience: Extension of Ben’s space. The walls and floor are dressed just like Ben’s apartment.

3. Room: Ben’s small apartment. In the middle of the play, the room unit starts to move away.


STORYBOARD (SketchUp, V-Ray, Photoshop)

PART 1: Beginning In a tiny apartment. White walls surround the space. Everyone is protected.


PART 2: Middle A stranger jumps in, and it is no longer a secure place. The room is now torn apart and starts to move further and further away.


PART 3: End The room is completely thrown into the wolves’ world. There is nowhere to hide.


L’étoile Opera by Emmanuel Chabrier


SYNOPSIS

SCENIC ELEMENTS

In Ouf‘s kingdom, one person gets executed each year for the King’s birthday party. Lazuli, a poor pedlar, insults the disguised King and becomes the candidate for the next victim. But the King’s astrologer find out that the fates of King Ouf and Lazuli are linked together, and thus they would die within 24 hours from each other’s death.

1. FIVE PANELS: Five spinning panels are painted in colors of Frenchbackstreets. It uses translucent painting technique: When it is front-lit, only the delightful colors show, but the grotesque texture on the back reveals once it is back-lit.

CONCEPT The annual execution event may be a pleasure to King Ouf, but it is a dreadful threat to the people. In order to express the two sides of an action, I used translucent painting on fabric walls. This technique makes it possible to show the selected colors, between two opposing images, in accordance with the mood of each scene. Overall, Ouf’s odd kingdom is in an exaggerated scale and perspective, with a comic French touch.

2. Street lamps / Portraits / Birdcages: Different scenic elements depict the location of each act. 3. Bridge / Passerelle: A bridge with French iron railing crosses over the orchestra pit and connects to an additional stage for intimate scenes.

VENUE Philip Chosky Theater, Pittsburgh

PRODUCTION PROCESS

Testling

Painting

Mounting

Lifting

Trimming

Touch-up

1 STAGE

2

3

ORCHESTRA PIT


STORYBOARD (1/4" = 1'–0" Scale Model, Photoshop) ACT 1: Ouf ’s Entrance

King Ouf’s entrance. His enormous shadow looks threatening (but he actually appears to be a tiny old man).

ACT 3: Time is Running Out

King Ouf thinks Lazuli is dead. He falls into despair since there is only a few hours left until his own death.

ACT 1: Ballad of the Star

Lazuli sings the Ballad of the Star on the bridge, and he falls in love with Princess Laoula.

ACT 3: The Wedding

Lazuli and Laoula gets married, and everyone sings in joy.

ACT 2: Lazuli in Palace

Lazuli is escorted into the palace, being well-fed and well-dressed.


sweeney todd Musical by Stephen Sondheim

ROLE: Assistant Scenic Designer - Build physical scale model - Created drafting package


1/4" = 1'–0" Scale Model


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COG2

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2'-9"

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CHIMNEY

13'-3"

LADDER1 CONTROL WHEEL

PIE SHOP

H D IDD O O EN R 1

26'-3"

GRAVEL

TRAP DOOR

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SWEENEY TODD

I-BEAM OBSTRUCTION DIMENSIONS UNKNOWN

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- WHEN CONTROL WHEEL IS TURNED, IT ACTIVATES THE TURNING OF COG1 AND COG2 BY THE PERFORMERS - USE A FOUND WHEEL FOR THE CONTROL WHEEL - ACTORS GO BEHIND THE WALL OF THE MILL TO CROSS-OVER

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6'

PLATFORM B

RAMP

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 8'

VENUE:

0"

MILL CITY MUSEUM ST

PAINTED TO LOOK LIKE RUSTED METAL

PLATFORM A 6'

SCISSORS PLATFORM 3'6"

RAMP

5'

STEPS2

S5

-6"

S8 EP

6'1"

EP

RAKED

ST

CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS

Display podium NO MOVE

DIRECTOR: BALCONY

3'11"

DAVID LEFKOWICH

LADDER2

2'-6"

0"

9'

SCENIC DESIGNER:

6'

NARELLE SISSONS

EMERGENCY EXIT Do Not Block

6'

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BIRDCAGE

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY:

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

SCALE: TOTAL HOUSE SEATS: 325 THERE MAY NEED TO BE SOME ADJUSTMENT AROUND THE HOUSE RIGHT SECTION NEAR THE I-BEAM OBSTRUCTION.

Display podium Movable

Display podium Movable

Bench

Display podium Movable

Movable

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ROWS NEVER EXCEED 13 SEATS UNLESS CLEAR IN FRONT OF A PARTICULAR SEAT

1/4" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

1 OF 12

GROUND PLAN


NOTE:

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

SWEENEY TODD

- WHEN CONTROL WHEEL IS TURNED, IT ACTIVATES THE TURNING OF COG1 AND COG2 BY THE PERFORMERS

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

MILL CITY MUSEUM CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH SCENIC DESIGNER:

NARELLE SISSONS TRUSS HUNG UNDER BEAM (DISCUSS WITH LD)

narelle@earthlink.net (917) 570-5105 LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH

EXISTING I-BEAM (DIMENSIONS UNKNOWN)

COSTUME DESIGNER:

15'

CHIMNEY

JENNIFER CAPRIO LX TRUSS HUNG UNDER I-BEAM

DRAFTING BY: BENDY I-BEAM STRUCTURE

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016 COG1

CAGE TOP

TRAP DOOR

CROSSBAR FOR SWING

SCALE:

CAGE DOOR

SLIDE

1" 7'-112

7' CONTROL WHEEL

1/4" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

COG2

SWING

2'

RAKED

6' 3'-9"

STEPS9

5'-2"

1" 3'-112

2 OF 12

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BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

SWEENEY TODD PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

MILL CITY MUSEUM TRUSS HUNG UNDER I-BEAM (DISCUSS WITH LD)

TRUSS ON UNDER I-BEAM

TRUSS HUNG UNDER I-BEAM

CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH EXISTING I-BEAM (DIMENSIONS UNKNOWN) EXISTING I-BEAM (DIMENSIONS UNKNOWN)

EXISTING I-BEAM (DIMENSIONS UNKNOWN)

SCENIC DESIGNER:

NARELLE SISSONS CHIMNEY

narelle@earthlink.net (917) 570-5105 BENDY I-BEAM STRUCTURE

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH BIRDCAGE COG1

X

COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY:

X

CHRISTINE LEE WON BLACKBOARDS

REVISION DATE:

COG2

CONCRETE LINE GRAVEL LINE

RAMP

LADDER 2

SCISSORS PLATFORM

CONTROL WHEEL

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

SCALE:

1/4" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

3 OF 12

FRONT VIEW


NOTE: - COG1 AND COG2 SHOULD SPIN WHEN PERFORMER OPERATES THE CONTROL WHEEL - TOP OF LEGS AND BRACKETS FOR PLATFORM A ARE SLIGHTLY ANGLED TO FIT THE RAKED FLOOR - DOWNSTAGE ROW OF LEGS SIT ON THE MUSEUM CONCRETE FLOOR, AND TWO OF THESE SIT ON THE END OF THE MUSEUM RAMP - LEG PLATFORM AS NEEDED 11'

COG1

COG1

1'

8' BOLT

6"

COG2 BOLTS

1" COG2

BALL-JOINT

3'

FRONT ELEVATION

3'

SECTION

FLANGE 6"

BRACKET

6"

ESCAPE STEPS9 3'-6"

CONCRETE FLOOR ON RAMP

RAMP

4'

ESCAPE STEPS9

1" 3'-52

4'-7"

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

SWEENEY TODD

RESEARCH IMAGE

ON RAMP

RAMP GRAVEL

CONCRETE FLOOR

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016

FRONT ELEVATION

VENUE:

PLAN VIEW

SECTION

MILL CITY MUSEUM

BRACKET 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

ESCAPE STEPS9

CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS BALL-JOINTS BRACKETS

CUTOUT FOR COG2

CUTOUT FOR COG1

DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH

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8'-2"

6'-6"

2'-6"

SCENIC DESIGNER:

RAILING 6" 1'-6"

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FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH RAMP UNDERNEATH

CHAIR

2'-7"

COSTUME DESIGNER:

26'-3"

BALCONY EXTENSION

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY: 8'

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

3'

2'-5" 4' 2'

2'-6"

BALCONY EXTENSION

4'-4"

2'-6"

SCALE:

AS NOTED

1" 34'-42

DRAWING NO.:

4

PLAN VIEW

PLATFORM A

PLAN VIEW

PLATFORM B

OF 12

A, B, BRACKET


BROKEN TOP

2'-6"

TURNTABLE

TURNTABLE

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

SWEENEY TODD

METAL STRAP

TURNTABLE TRAP DOOR

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 BRICK WALL

VENUE:

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BLACKBOARDS

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HIDDEN DOOR 1

MILL CITY MUSEUM

HINGES

7' CONDUCTOR: LATCH

BRIAN DEMARIS

OVEN DOORS

DIRECTOR:

PAD

DAVID LEFKOWICH

8" SCENIC DESIGNER:

'L' POST

'L' POST

FRONT ELEVATION (OPEN DOORS) H D IDD O O EN R 2

H D IDD O O EN R 2

FRONT ELEVATION (CLOSED DOORS)

NARELLE SISSONS

CHIMNEY

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SECTION A-A' (INSIDE)

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH

CHIMNEY

CHIMNEY

COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO LADDER1

LADDER1

LADDER1

DRAFTING BY:

6' 2'-10"

CHRISTINE LEE WON

TURNTABLE

2'-10"

REVISION DATE:

3'

A

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SLIDE

3'

PAD

SLIDE

2'-6"

PAD

H D IDD O O EN R 1

H D IDD O O EN R 1

3'

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TRAP DOOR

HINGE

OVEN DOORS

1" 2'-62

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

SCALE:

1/2" = 1'-0"

BRICK WALL

DRAWING NO.:

HINGE

'L' POST

'L' POST

BLACKBOARD DOORS A~F

PLAN VIEW (PIE SHOP - CLOSED DOORS)

PLAN VIEW (PIE SHOP - OPEN DOORS)

PLAN VIEW (PLATFORM)

BLACKBOARD DOORS A~F

5 OF 12

PIE SHOP


BRICK WALL BROKEN TOP BRICK TEXTURE

LATCH

3'-6" 6'

6'

OVEN DOORS

METAL STRAP 2" 8" 2'

2'-6"

FRONT ELEVATION SECTION

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

15'

H D IDD O O EN R 1

FRONT ELEVATION

11'-4"

PLAN VIEW

OVEN DOORS

PLAN VIEW

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

HINGES

SWEENEY TODD

HIDDEN DOOR 1

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

PLAN VIEW

HIDDEN DOOR 1

HIDDEN DOOR 2

MILL CITY MUSEUM 1'-9"

OVEN WALL

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH SCENIC DESIGNER:

1" 2'-112

NARELLE SISSONS narelle@earthlink.net (917) 570-5105

1'-6"

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

3'-8"

JAYMI SMITH

PLAN VIEW COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO

1'-4"

CHIMNEY FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

DRAFTING BY:

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

OVEN DOORS

RESEARCH IMAGE SCALE:

1/2" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

6 OF 12

OVEN, CHIMNEY


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A

D

PERFORMANCE DATE:

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

BLACKBOARDS (OPEN)

BLACKBOARDS (CLOSED)

MILL CITY MUSEUM CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH SCENIC DESIGNER:

NARELLE SISSONS narelle@earthlink.net (917) 570-5105

WOODEN FRAME

3"

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH WOODEN FRAME BLACKBOARD SURFACE

WOODEN FRAME

3"

WOODEN FRAME

3"

WOODEN FRAME

3"

WOODEN FRAME

3"

COSTUME DESIGNER:

3"

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY:

6'-6"

CHRISTINE LEE WON BLACKBOARD SURFACE

6'-6"

BLACKBOARD SURFACE

6'-6"

BLACKBOARD SURFACE

6'-6"

BLACKBOARD SURFACE

6'-6"

BLACKBOARD SURFACE

REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

6'-6"

1" 2'-82

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION SCALE:

1" 2'-82

1" 2'-82

1" 2'-82

1" 2'-82

1" 2'-82

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

BLACKBOARD B

BLACKBOARD C

BLACKBOARD D

BLACKBOARD E

BLACKBOARD F

PLAN VIEW

BLACKBOARD A

1/2" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

7 OF 12

BLACKBOARDS


CAGE TOP

1" CROSSBAR FOR SWING

CROSSBAR FOR SWING

8"

CAGE DOOR

10"

2" SWING ROUND EDGES

FRONT ELEVATION

6"

SWEENEY TODD

3'-9"

SECTION

1" 102

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

1' 2' 1'

LADDER 2

6' 2'

PLAN VIEW

11"

PERFORMANCE DATE:

PLAN VIEW

JULY 15~24, 2016

4"

SWING 1/2" = 1'-0"

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

CHAIN 1" 7'-112

VENUE:

MILL CITY MUSEUM

CAGE TOP 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

FRONT ELEVATION

CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH SCENIC DESIGNER:

NARELLE SISSONS 1'-5"

RESEARCH IMAGE

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5' 6' LIGHTING DESIGNER:

CROSSBAR FOR SWING

JAYMI SMITH

7'-5" 6'-1"

HINGE

10"

COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO 9"

CAGE DOOR

11"

9"

DRAFTING BY:

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

FRONT ELEVATION

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

SECTION

PLAN VIEW

BIRDCAGE 1/2" = 1'-0"

3"

3" 1" 1'-22

1" 1'-22

PLAN VIEW

PLAN VIEW

SCALE:

AS NOTED DRAWING NO.:

NOTE: - ACTOR CAN LEAN OUT OF OPEN CAGE DOOR - DOOR SHOULD OPEN OUT

LADDER 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

LADDER 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

8 OF 12

CAGE/LADDERS


6"

RED/BLUE STRIPES

2'-8" x

6"

X

x

ROUNDED EDGES x

x

x

ROUNDED EDGES

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1'-7"

6'

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2'-5" 4"

12'-10"

BEVELED EDGE

10'-6"

CASTERS 6"

1"

FRONT ELEVATION

BOLT

SECTION A-A'

BOLT A' A

SECTION

BEVELED EDGE

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

X

1" 3'-82

SWEENEY TODD

BLACK

x

PERFORMANCE DATE:

2'-10"

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

4'

1" 3'-12

RESEARCH IMAGE PLAN VIEW

MILL CITY MUSEUM CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS DIRECTOR:

DAVID LEFKOWICH

FRONT ELEVATION

JUDGE'S CHAIR - OVERSIZED

SECTION

SCENIC DESIGNER:

STEPS 10

NARELLE SISSONS narelle@earthlink.net (917) 570-5105 LIGHTING DESIGNER:

JAYMI SMITH COSTUME DESIGNER:

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY:

CHRISTINE LEE WON REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016

SCALE:

1/2" = 1'-0" DRAWING NO.:

RESEARCH IMAGE PLAN VIEW

SCISSORS PLATFORM

TARP OVER SCISSORS

9 OF 12

SCISSORS, JUDGE'S CHAIR


2'

1'

3' 8" 6" 3"

ENGRAVING

SECTION

A'

11'

RESEARCH IMAGE PLAN VIEW PLATFORM A

1'-1"

CONTROL WHEEL

1'

BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION A-A'

A

SWEENEY TODD

BOLTS

PERFORMANCE DATE:

FRONT ELEVATION

SECTION

JULY 15~24, 2016 VENUE:

MILL CITY MUSEUM 1' CONDUCTOR:

BRIAN DEMARIS

11'

DIRECTOR:

PLAN VIEW

DAVID LEFKOWICH

5' ENGRAVING

SCENIC DESIGNER:

COG1

NARELLE SISSONS

8'

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PLATFORM A

LIGHTING DESIGNER:

3'

JAYMI SMITH COSTUME DESIGNER:

9"

JENNIFER CAPRIO DRAFTING BY:

FRONT ELEVATION

CHRISTINE LEE WON

SECTION

REVISION DATE:

03/06/2016 05/10/2016 9" SCALE:

8'

1/2" = 1'-0"

PLAN VIEW

DRAWING NO.:

NOTE: COG2

- COGS ARE MANUAL AND TURNED BY PERFORMERS - USE A FOUND WHEEL FOR CONTROL WHEEL

RESEARCH IMAGE

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COGS, WHEEL


digital renderings (SketchUp, V-Ray, Photoshop)

CAPRICCIO (Scenic Design)


CAPRICCIO (Scenic Design)


WAITING FOR GODOT (Scenic Design)


MODERN KOREAN WEDDING (Event Design)


Gansevoort Rooftop Pool (Event Venue)


Fireflies in the City (Event Design)


Thank you very much for your consideration.

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Christine Lee Won - Design Portfolio  
Christine Lee Won - Design Portfolio  
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