Gnit
Vanderbilt University Theatre, 2017
The set for Will Eno's adaptation of Peer Gynt contained whimsical Nordic elements presented in a storybook style, supporting the story of Peter Gnit's journey across the world with limited self-discovery. Lighting supported the variety of locations of Peter's journey through composition and texture changes. Covers of pop music intermixed with Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite and sound effects rounded out the production.
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Gnit-1

I.1 - Peter at home with his mother.

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Gnit-2

I.3 - With The Town at the wedding.

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Gnit-5

V.4 - The Town guides Peter to Solvay's house.

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Gnit-1

I.1 - Peter at home with his mother.

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To see more about how I developed the scenic design for this production, please see the process page for the show. 
Director: Jessika Malone
Set Designer: Phillip Franck
Costume Designer: Alexandra Sargent Capps
Lighting Designer: Phillip Franck
Sound Designer: Phillip Franck
Photos by: Phillip Franck