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Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10
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Lindsay Adams Portfolio 4/22/10

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Lindsay Adams Portfolio of April 22, 2010. Linds is a graduate from Oklahoma State with a BFA Theatre Design and Technology Degree as of May 2010 focusing on props. She was the prop master for the …

Lindsay Adams Portfolio of April 22, 2010. Linds is a graduate from Oklahoma State with a BFA Theatre Design and Technology Degree as of May 2010 focusing on props. She was the prop master for the 08-09 & 09-10 Production Seasons for Oklahoma State. She has also worked at Music Theatre of Wichita for the past 3 summers.
More updated Portfolio soon to come.

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  • 1. Oblique Drawing, Graphics for Interiors , Teacher: Bill Beitz, Spring 2006
  • 2. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 One-point Perspective, Graphics for Interiors , Teacher: Bill Beitz, Spring 2006 This was part of a floorplan that we later turned into a one-point perspective as you see here. As an interior design major, we were taught to draft in both graphite and ink. This is an ink drawing with graphite detailing of the living room. This was the very first perspective drawing I had ever done and the first try at designing anything.
  • 3. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Two-point Perspective, Graphics for Interiors , Teacher: Bill Beitz, Spring 2006 This is the two-point perspective of the living room taken from the floorplan we designed in my Interior Design class. As an interior design major, we were taught to draft in both graphite and ink. This is an ink drawing with graphite detailing of the living room.
  • 4. Elevations of Fireplace and Entertainment Center, Graphics for Interiors , Teacher: Bill Beitz, Spring 2006 This is the elevation of the Entertainment Center and Fireplace that you saw in the living room perspective photos previously Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638
  • 5. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 The 2008 Oklahoma Egg, First Lady White House State Easter Egg Display , American Egg Board, Oklahoma Egg Board Director: Joe Berry, March 2008 Although the Centennial was in 2007, I was asked by the Head of the Oklahoma Egg Board in November of 2007 to paint something on the Egg with the centennial in mind. Started off with a birthday cake idea, but then later transformed into this.
  • 6. Inspiration: Oklahoma! Musical Soundtrack Cover and The Oklahoma Flag Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 The 2008 Oklahoma Egg, First Lady White House State Easter Egg Display , American Egg Board, Oklahoma Egg Board Director: Joe Berry, March 2008
  • 7. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 The Fandango Ballroom, Sweet Charity , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Carol Cooley, Position: Assistant Designer, Prop Designer, Painter, Electrician, Construction, Spring 2008 I designed the Fandango Ballroom. Specifically to the sign, I designed the layout of where it was placed (originally a cut out sign), where the support beams needed to be, welded the frame, covered it with luan, and painted it. I also draped the fringe swags and picked the color scheme of the Fandango Ballroom.
  • 8. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Photos of the lit Fandango Ballroom Sign. Lighting Designed by Heidi Hoffer. Since I designed the sign, I also was in charge of how the lights were placed and cabled (every other light on a different strand in case one went out), drilling and placing every light in the sign.
  • 9. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Coney Island, Sweet Charity , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Carol Cooley, Position: Assistant Designer, Prop Designer, Painter, Electrician, Construction, Spring 2008 I painted and designed the Coney Island Sign. The postcard example (Bottom Left) is the inspiration for the sign. This sign like the Fandango also was supposed to be a cut-out sign.
  • 10. White Chair, Memory of Water , Oklahoma State University, Director: Matt Tomlanovich, Designer: Michael Christman, Position: Props Artisan/Master Fall 2008 Before & After of the Chair (Far Left) Chair before Upholstered (Left) Stain work (Above) Final Chair Product in Production Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638
  • 11. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 This is an example of the prop sheet I created when I started my position at Oklahoma State as the Props Master. This form is filled out while the script is being read and then sent to the designer and director for any corrections before printing and sending the final to the Stage Manager. This makes props meetings with Stage Manager, Director, and Designers smoother and more efficient when questions come up about what prop is needed and at what point. Each column helps for describing exactly what the prop is, why its needed, who has it, how many, and where can it be found both in build and on stage.
  • 12. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Secret Hideout Sign, Urine Idol, UGC Logo, Bottles for Coins/Recycling Center, Urinetown , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Heidi Hoffer Position: Assistant Scenic Designer, Prop Designer, Spring 2009
  • 13. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Cladwell UGC Logo, Cladwell Suitcase, Cladwell Clipboards, Urinetown , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Heidi Hoffer Position: Assistant Scenic Designer, Prop Designer, Spring 2009
  • 14. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Bobby Strong “Evita” Poster, Yessiree Pee for Free Sign, Large Toilet Paper Flag, Urinetown , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Heidi Hoffer Position: Assistant Scenic Designer, Prop Designer, Spring 2009 Saw this piece of research from another production and made our Bobby Strong to resemble the “Evita” poster for the “Look at the Sky” number.
  • 15. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Scenic Design Aspects-Full Set Shot, Mattress with the archways in Pit, Quote across stage front plus the stairs, Urinetown , Oklahoma State University, Director: Peter Westerhoff Designer: Heidi Hoffer Position: Assistant Scenic Designer, Prop Designer, Spring 2009 “ Nature will govern and punish for us.” - Malthus
  • 16. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Umbrellas, Miss Saigon (Painted Red and White), 2009 Vanity Skirt, Kiss Me Kate (Made & Velcro Attached), 2009 Daisy Floral Decor, The Producers, (Set Dressing/Velcro), 2009 Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew
  • 17. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Pillows and Curtain Merlin’s Walking Stick (Decorations) Scrolls (Lettering) Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew Camelot - Summer 2009 Torches (Prepped and Lit each night )
  • 18. (Top Right) Kneeler without candles (Bottom Right) Finished but then the kneeler was too close to the candles (Above) Finished Product – Extended the kneeler & Sandbox Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew Camelot - Summer 2009 (Above) Blanket Rack soon turned into a Kneeler (Below) Constructed Alter Candle Holders
  • 19. Final Product - Alter Candles and Kneeler Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew Camelot - Summer 2009 Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638
  • 20. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Wooden Couch (Attached Playbills and Records) & 3 Tiered Bookcase (Repaired) Bride (Below) & Groom (Above) Beds Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew Drowsy Chaperone – Summer 2009 Helped Upholster Headboards, Mattress Covers, and Skirt for Murphy Bed
  • 21. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 (Left) Water Cart (Built Handle & Secured for Stability) Water Tray (without cover) Water Tray Cover (Cut & Velcro) Chinese Fans (Made of 2 Chinese fans and gold fabric covered circles of wood with feather detailing) Music Theatre of Wichita Props Crew Drowsy Chaperone - Summer 2009
  • 22. Lindsay Adams 405.612.6638 Eunuch Fan in the house of Marcus Lycus, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum , Music Theatre of Wichita, Director: Wayne Bryan, Designer: J. Branson, Props Master: Arthur Ridley, Summer 2008 This was the Big Feather Fan that the Eunuch brought in for about 30 seconds for the line about fanning the courtesans. This was made from a woven wooden fan, a metal basket and a broom stick.
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