This delightfully camp set was designed by Don Carson, a senior designer for Walt Disney Studios. With its overtones of a bygone era, it almost seems to channel the ghosts of Gilbert and Sullivan themselves!
“On Friday evening at the Hult Center, the Eugene Opera confirmed the enduring high spirits and fun that still can be found in W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s works. Dripping with Victorian costumes and punch lines, prettified by Don Carson’s updated cartoon sets and alive with active and sometimes hammy antics, the performance was a delightful start to the opera’s season….” — Marilyn Farwell, The Register-Guard, December 31, 2012
Images and set rental information are below. For more information, contact us.
Photography by Cliff Coles
Set Rental Information
|Set Rental Fee (up to three  performances)||$10,000|
|Additional Performances (each)||$1,500|
|Security Deposit (refundable upon return of scenery)||$2,000|
|Designer Royalty (payable to designer)||$1,000|
|Technical Supervisor (per diem)||$45|
|Technical Supervisor (housing and travel)||varies by job|
|Load In/Load Out (paid upon load in)||$1,800|
|Set Designer||Don Carson|
|Number of Trucks||One 53’ truck|
|LOAD IN/LOAD OUT (8 hours)||1 Carp
|ORIGINAL THEATRE INFORMATION|
|In Eugene, the production was presented at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.|
|Wall to wall width||125’||Depth of apron||10’|
|Width within stagehouse||100’||Depth (PL to back wall):||45’|
|Wing width SR||20’||Depth (PL to last line)||45’|
|Wing width SL||20’||Height of grid||71’|
|# of linesets||75||Height of proscenium||35’|
|Size of loading door||12’ x 16.5’||Width of proscenium||58’|
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