Behind the Set
This past Saturday, Nov. 9, Tech Theater students and teachers, along with a few parents, came together to help put the finishing touches on the musical set. With the much anticipated debut happening on Thursday, Nov. 14, I figured it would be worth documenting its creation in all its glory. The colorful and whimsically structured set is definitely a sight to see as it supports the wonderful cast and storybook-inspired plot. Come see the full effect of Seussical: the Musical during its run in the RBHS Performing Arts Center, Nov. 14-16 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. Tickets cost $7 each and activity passes will be accepted.
Paint containers sit scattered on stage waiting to be used to create colorful patterns and designs.
With a lot done, and a lot to do a jar of canary yellow paint sits abandoned as its busy painter moves on to the next project.
A sneaky view through a window shows whats really going on inside Whoville.
Sophomore students Neil Cathero and Annie Coleman work together on painting steps.
Sets pieces sit to dry after being painted, glued, and built.
Senior Morgan Berk gets comfortable to continue her painting project.
Painting trim is one of the little yet important details that are done to fully create the finished look.
Colors mix and blend in order to be used to bring the Seussical set to life.