Nothing Is Left To Tell : Four Short Plays

By: Samuel Beckett

"Ohio Impromptu"
"Ohio Impromptu"

Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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"Come and Go"
"Come and Go"

Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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"Rockaby"
"Rockaby"

Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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"Not I"
"Not I"

"Mouth (Close up)" Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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Not I Mouth Device
Not I Mouth Device

Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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Not I, Mouth Device 2
Not I, Mouth Device 2

The play not I presents a unique challenge, calling for only a mouth to be seen floating 8 ft above the ground. I achieved this by designing a stand that the actress could sit in and hold on to. It was essential that she be able to be stable and comfortable for the length of the 18 minute monologue. The device also had a power source for a mini source four lighting instrument and microphone.

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"Not I"
"Not I"

Nothing is Left to Tell: Four Short Plays By: Samuel Beckett Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Lighting Design: Megan Bodish

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Proscenium Rendering
Proscenium Rendering

Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Clarion University, Spring 2014

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Ohio Impromptu Rendering
Ohio Impromptu Rendering

Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Clarion University, Spring 2014

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Paint Elevation
Paint Elevation

Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Clarion University Spring 2014

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Paint Elevation
Paint Elevation

Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Clarion University Spring 2014

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Paint Elevation
Paint Elevation

Scenic Design: Hank Bullington Clarion University Spring 2014

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