The Cape Playhouse

Summer 2018

Steel Magnolias - Props Master

Director: Pamela Hunt

Scenic Designer: Daniel Whiting 

 

Dozens of stock props were used to decorate this set.

2 functional, period dryer chairs and 2 modified salon chairs were painted for the production.

The counter was decorated with dozens of "hair product" bottles that were decorated with custom designed labels. 

Show Photos Courtesy of Kurtis Blackburn

Sylvia - Props Master

Director: Matt Lenz

Scenic Designer: Michael Carnahan

11 custom dog portraits were printed and treated to look like oil paintings before being hung on the show portal. 

Dozens of pieces of  modern, upscale dressing were purchased for this production.

 

Show Photos Courtesy of Kurtis Blackburn

Million Dollar Quartet* - Props Master

Director: Hunter Foster

Scenic Designer: Josh Smith

*Joint production with Bucks County Playhouse

 

7 golden records, 5 clocks, a recording sign, and a faux speaker were built to dress

this set. 

2 faux speakers were built to dress the set, as well as act as onstage storage. 

Custom, automated faux reel-to-reel tape recorders were built for this production.

Show Photos Courtesy of Kurtis Blackburn

 

Altar Boyz - Props Master

Director: Jason Sparks 

Scenic Designer: Ryan Howell

This production featured five working cell phones and numerous pieces of Catholic liturgical objects.

5 heavily bedazzled crosses were built for this production.

Show Photos Courtesy of Kurtis Blackburn

 

South Pacific - Props Master

Director: Michael Rader

Scenic Designer: David Arsenault

The laundry machine and Bloody Mary's cart were joint, interdepartmental builds.

An actual WWII era field radio was procured for this production.

3 custom tiki lanterns were designed and built for this production. The production photo and a close up picture can be seen at left. 

Show Photos Courtesy of Nile Scott Studios

 

Clue! On Stage* - Props Master

Director: Hunter Foster

Scenic Designer: Adam Koch

*Launched National Tour

2 dining table wagons were built for this show.

4 human dummies were built for this production, 2 of which were fully articulated to move like a dead human body.

This sofa was reupholstered by M. in just 4 hours during an overnight call.

The quintessential murder weapons were borrowed from the Bucks County Playhouse, where this show premiered.

Show Photos Courtesy of Kurtis Blackburn