Research Project Title

Noises Off Lighting Design

Abstract

Designing for a theatrical production is a time-consuming process filled with research and lots of trial and error. This process was different from other shows. Because we decided to have the audience change sides instead of the set rotating, I essentially had to make two lighting plots for the grid: one for the front side and one for the backside. I also had a lot of lights on the set and made a ground plot for that. Before finalizing my design, I tested out different options on our classroom setup and using a photometircs software.

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Noises Off Lighting Design

Designing for a theatrical production is a time-consuming process filled with research and lots of trial and error. This process was different from other shows. Because we decided to have the audience change sides instead of the set rotating, I essentially had to make two lighting plots for the grid: one for the front side and one for the backside. I also had a lot of lights on the set and made a ground plot for that. Before finalizing my design, I tested out different options on our classroom setup and using a photometircs software.

 

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