Constructing

Set sketches for the outside of the puppet theatre (by Viviana).

Construction of the set from start to finish:

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Collecting and cutting reused wood
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To build the frame we had to spend 2 days in the workshop block measuring each piece of wood and screwing/nailing it all together.

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We made door frames for the sides of the theatre to hide ‘backstage’.
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Setting up at the theatre in studio 2 of the Arcola Theatre
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The crocs’ head
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James and the final crocs head in Juliet’s studio!
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Constructing the body of the crocodile with its scales!
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Adding on the tail
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Setting up the structure on the day
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Reused materials from the Dalston Market were used to put together the frame.

 

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The final puppet theatre!

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