There have been a couple of things that David and I made earlier this year that I want to add to this blog, too. We have been helping to make costumes and props for No Square Theater for several years. This is a skirt that Hannah, our piano teacher's daughter wore for "Lucky Stiff." It's a roulette wheel skirt that she wore for a casino number.
In the same number a cast member dressed like the painting of Mona Lisa. We cut out holes for her face and hands.
Then there were the things we made for "Lagunatics" which was scheduled to take place in October, but had to be postponed due to mold found in the theater. It has been re-scheduled for January. There is one number where the performers sing about the San Onofre power plant, which was taken offline years ago, but still can be seen when driving down PCH. We made the replicas out of chicken wire and paper mache.
And then the actors wear these on their heads.
Lastly we made these head pieces that get worn again and again in various numbers about traffic, parking, etc that always seems to be a topic in Lagunatics. The hole is for the character's face.