We are back with all new episodes! Ashley and Eric spend this episode catching up with all the cool prop things they have been up to.
Ashley and Eric talk about the wonders of Dragon Skin, used to make everything from hams, to feet, to chickens, to ears.
We continue our conversation with Natalie Taylor Hart, and learn how she built an automated African art piece for Zach Braff and studied leather mask making in Italy.
This week we talk about the collaboration between scenic designer and props with Natalie Taylor Hart, who has worked as both in New York City, Santa Fe, and North Carolina.
Though it’s the middle of winter, it’s already time to start applying for jobs in summer stock, summer festivals, and all the other props positions that happen in the warm months.
Googles and Doodles abound in this week’s episode, as Ashley and Eric talk about their favorite tools and technology for keeping organized and making sure every last candle makes it to stage.
“Painting wood to look like different wood.” Props relies on faux finishes and paint treatments to mimic a multitude of materials on stage. Ashley and Eric talk about some of their favorite tips and techniques…
Ashley and Eric talk about their favorite ways to distress and age props, and why you should always do your research.
We continue our talk with Merrianne Nedreberg, props director at Center Theatre Group. Our conversation delves into what it is like working as a woman in props and how the field benefits from greater equity…
Merrianne is the Properties Director at Center Theatre Group, one of Los Angeles’ largest non-profit theaters. We talk about how she got there and what it’s like doing theater in a film town.