Considering Helen Hayes is less than 10 day away, this is quite late. But better now than never to record and archive one's work. :)
Synetic Theater's production of Picture of Dorian Gray is opened!
First drafts of what could possibly go on to the panels have been shared last week with the production team. I've gone through the script with the director and dramaturge since, artistically figuring out the script, and all the information is currently stewing in my head. We haven't had the chance to test the panel materials and I'm yet to come up with the final designs. The amazing thing is that it'll all come together at the end, no matter how little time we might seem to have. That is the power of the professionals, I assume. : )
If there is one thing in my workflow that haven't changed since college, it will be drawing thumbnails to put a rough visual language to a thought. Production of Dorian Gray is slightly behind schedule, but under its way. I'm still searching for that IT visual language for the task given to me by the Director. Despite rather I'll be visited by my muse soon or not, contents will need get built SOON, and the show will be awesome.
Time really do just smear pass you when efforts are high to make each day worthy. It will no doubt be September soon, and I shall be scrambling through confusion from not sleeping for days and anxiety of things not being perfect for the opening of Synetic Theater's production of "Picture of Dorian Gray." We are at a stage where only few words of ideas have been exchanged. One thing for sure is that I have to figure out what is Dorian Gray's internal world and how it looks like. For no concrete reason, like many good inspirations do, my first point of thought was Giocometti's figure sculptures. Well, you and I both will have to wait and see how this first point of thought pans out.