AS OF MAY 16, 2018, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED! PLEASE LOOK FOR TICKET REFUNDS WITHIN ONE WEEK OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.
Jennie Marino, who has worked on 45+ Broadway productions, Off-Broadway, and Television, will present a two-hour storied show & tell lecture and workshop at Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts on May 20th from 1 pm – 3 pm. Using various props and pieces to demo and pass around, Ms. Marino will share tips and tricks for every level of props and SFX theatre production from community and regional to professional theatres. Part of this lecture will include a half hour demo doing a lifecasting on one of the lucky attendees. Q&A session follows. This workshop is a must if you want to hone your craft and meet your design budget while creating extraordinary props and special effects. Tickets available online at TheLyceumHall.com. The cost for the workshop is $30. There are limited student tickets available for $10. Ticket link is below.
Jennie Marino is a multi-disciplined artist with extensive knowledge of materials and techniques. Jennie has worked on such shows as Phantom of the Opera, The Producers, The Lion King, Beauty and The Beast, Miss Saigon, and more. Among her many expert skills, Ms. Marino boasts puppet making, life casting, sculpting, prosthetics, and masks. With 30 years of production experience under her belt, Ms. Marino has a wealth of information to share. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to “connect with the best”.
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