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Open Access Thesis
Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
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The following thesis will explore and evaluate the lighting design behind Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge produced by the UMass Amherst Department of Theater as part of their 2017-2018 season. It will cover the entire lighting design process from reading the script to producing the world on stage. It will reflect early conversations, the collaboration process, design goals and executions, and the successes and failures reflecting on our art.
CUE SHEET.pdf (71 kB)
HOOKUP_CURTAIN.pdf (79 kB)
MAGIC SHEETS CURTAIN PG 2.pdf (96 kB)
Lily's Revenge Key.pdf (89484 kB)
HOOKUP_RAND.pdf (530 kB)
MAGIC SHEETS_RAND PG 1.pdf (124 kB)
MAGIC SHEETS_RAND PG 2.pdf (105 kB)
PLOT_CURTAIN GP.pdf (10412 kB)
PLOT_CURTAIN SECTION.pdf (11261 kB)
PLOT_RAND FOH.pdf (10291 kB)
PLOT_RAND OVERHEAD.pdf (10396 kB)
PLOT_RAND SECTION.pdf (10473 kB)
MAGIC SHEET CURTAIN PG 1.pdf (102 kB)
SHOP ORDER.pdf (121 kB)
Harris, Tamara, "Shattering Visual Narratives through Lighting Design: A Reflection of Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge" (2018). Masters Theses. 648.