Curtain Up: Broadway Behind the Scenes

April 14 - September 1, 2012



 

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(above: Robin Wagner (b 1933), The Shubert Set maquette for The Producers (2002), painted wood, mat board,  plastic. Collection of the Artist

These final models are built to exactly create the look of the finished scenery.  They are used by the designer to refine the set design and also as guides to the director and choreographer as they develop the staging of the show.  They go on to be used as a guide for the scene shops as models for final paint and finish of the scenery.)

 

 

(above: Installation photo of FELA gallery)

 

(above: Robin Wagner (b. 1933), Set maquette for Young Frankenstein (2007), painted wood, mat board, brass. Collection of the Artist

These final models are built to exactly create the look of the finished scenery. They are used by the designer to refine the set design and also as guides to the director and choreographer as they develop the staging of the show. They go on to be used as a guide for the scene shops as models for final paint and finish of the scenery.)

 

(above: Robin Wagner (b. 1933),, Cottage, 1/4 inch scale white model for Young Frankenstein (2007), bristol board. Collection of the Artist)

 

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