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Theatrical Design, Technology, and Management Portfolio

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A visual representation of my theatrical work since Fall 2006. Music is "Piles and Piles of Demo Tapes Bi-Da Miles" by De La Soul.

A visual representation of my theatrical work since Fall 2006. Music is "Piles and Piles of Demo Tapes Bi-Da Miles" by De La Soul.

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  • 1. SARAH HARPER Theatrical Design, Technology, and Management Homewood-Flossmoor High School
  • 2. The following pictures represent almost every theatre production I have been a part of since the fall of 2006. I have been a member of the construction crew for all of these shows.
  • 3. Prelude to a Kiss: HF ‘09
    • Scenic Designer and Stage Manager
  • 4. Prelude to a Kiss
  • 5. Shakespeare’s R&J: HF ‘08
    • Scenic Designer and Scenic Artist
  • 6. Both “Prelude to a Kiss” and “Shakespeare’s R&J” were entirely student designed; I learned about the need for collaboration in artistic endeavors.
  • 7.  
  • 8. Pippin: HF ‘09
    • Stage Manager
  • 9. As the stage manager of Pippin, I called every technical cue in the show.
  • 10. A Chorus Line: HF ‘08
    • Props Mistress and Assistant Stage Manager
  • 11.  
  • 12. Thoroughly Modern Millie: HF ‘09
  • 13.
    • In the role of Deck Captain, I made sure that set pieces smoothly travelled on and off of the revolving stage we built.
  • 14. Antigone: HF ‘08
    • I created two large scale Greek statues out of foam before controlling on-stage tech as the Deck Captain.
  • 15. Peter & Wendy: HF ‘08
    • Assistant Director and Moving Light Board Operator
  • 16.  
  • 17. Into The Woods: Governor’s State University ‘09
    • As the Sound Effects Operator for this musical, I had the opportunity to work alongside professional adults and college students.
  • 18. Bud, Not Buddy: HF ‘09
    • For this show, I am most proud of the plywood flat that I painted to look like a shed, shown here.
  • 19. As sound board operator, I needed to make sure sound effects, such as rainfall, jazz music, and a car’s ignition, were synced up with the action on stage and mixed with microphones during “Bud, Not Buddy.”
  • 20. Titanic: A New Musical: HF ‘06
    • I was a Follow Spot Light Operator for Act I and pushed giant staircases in the Deck Crew for Act II. I painted the stained glass windows on the left side of the photo.
  • 21. Anon(ymous): HF ‘07
    • Follow Spot Light Operator
  • 22. Rabbit Hole: HF ‘07
    • I packed this set into a truck and set it up on a new stage in under ten minutes, in accordance with the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) rules for Contest Plays. The play won 4 th Place in the State Competition.
  • 23. Lysistrata: HF ’07
    • I was on the Traveling Crew for this Group Interpretation, which took 1 st place at the IHSA State Competition.
  • 24. Passion Play: HF ‘08
    • “ Passion Play,” by Sarah Ruhl, took 2nd Place in the IHSA State Competition. I was on traveling crew.
  • 25. A Midsummer Night’s Dream: HF ‘07
    • I was one of six trapdoor operators. In this photo, I am underneath the raked stage, opening the door for the spiky-haired Puck. I drilled together the PVC pipe “trees” behind him.
  • 26. My mission is to entertain and enlighten others by enhancing meaningful theatre through design, technology, and management. Please understand the photos you have just seen as a representation of my interests, successes and capabilities. Thank you, Sarah Harper