theatre design

Alison Yanota is a theatre designer who believes in the performance space as a form of interactive sculpture.

Reason 3/50 to Go See A Play: Go Back in Time with Beyond Therapy Costume designs by Alison Yanota Alison Yanota (‘15 BFA) is taking her...
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guest post by Alodie Larochelle Meet Quezi. Quezi is short for Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent...
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Theatre design students' work comes together in a visually stunning final portfolio show Have you ever wondered what goes into bringing a theatre production to...

August Strindberg, photo by Robert Roesler,...

by Chee-Hann Wu The Threepenny Opera is the most widely produced Brecht play to date. In 2011, it was presented by The Brooklyn Academy of...
Burj al Murr. Used with permission. Photo credit to Sarah Haddad - Lebanon. https://www.facebook.com/groups/s.haddadphotography/

Q & A with MFA theatre designer Robyn Ayles Playwright Moira Buffini’s descriptions of a set are minimal in her Blavatsky’s Tower, but the metaphysical,...

UAlberta alumni Jonathan Christenson & Bretta Gerecke reunite with Joey Tremblay for revival of Catalyst Theatre's first international hit I had the opportunity to chat...

UAlberta Abbedam costume designers blend archaic and modern fashion for Punk-rock Greek tragedy Modernizing Greek mythology can be as difficult for the costume designer as...
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The challenges of bringing multiple characters and time periods to life in Loveplay There is something special about the energy in the lobby after a...