Taming of the Shrew

Messiah College Fall 2014


Strongly influenced by Pop Art, this production of Shakespeare’s controversial comedy emphasized the interplay between the Bard’s characters over and above his literary structure and social inferences.  As a result, the set’s architectural elements were neutralized with a harsh wash of white, creating a clean canvas upon which to “paint” shockingly colorful scenes and characters.



Produced by Messiah College Department of Theatre and Dance

Lighting Design by Tymberely Whitesel


WSCA Musical Production 2015



This production utilized silver film and cardboard tubes to convey an atmosphere which we conceptually described as “magically clever, beautifully quirky”—a statement chosen with deference to this “enchanted” update of the Rogers and Hammerstein classic, which thrives on the occasional and surprising inclusion of anachronistic idioms.  Our goal was to embrace the silliness and fun engendered in this revival without losing the steadfast and timeless enchantment of the original.

Christmas Chior

Christ Community Church 2015



This past holiday season 



Christ Community Church



The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. 

Christ Community Church



Secret Garden

WSCA Spring 2014


For this high school production of the Edwardian musical, scenic elements were sculpted and painted to resemble Victorian children’s figurines.  Most notably, stone towers were treated with expanding foam to create the illusion that they were poured in a mold.  A series of three track stages was employed to carry the simple and toy-like elements on and off stage.


Produced by West Shore Christian Academy 


Directed by George Kell, HCPAC

Assistant Directed by Tom Ryan, BOOM!Creative, LLC

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