Theatrical Works

A portfolio of both realized and theoretical designs. 

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Realized Scenic Design

Theoretical Scenic Design

Props

Scenic Art 

Costume Design

Side Show

Director: Bob Francisconi 

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

UNCSA Production 2016

A musical about two conjoined twins set in Vaudeville of the 1930s. 

 
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Good

Director: Quin Gordon

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

UNCSA Production 2015

The internal debate taking place in a Professor's mind of what it means to be "good" during the rise of events right before the Holocaust.

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Savannah Children's Theatre

Scenic Design & Scenic Art: Chelsea Bednar

SCT Production 2015

A collection of children's theatre productions taking place over the summer of 2015 at SCT's summer sessions. Shows included 101 Dalmatians, Fiddler on the Roof Jr., Suessical, Thoroughly Modern Milly, Peter Panic!, and The Big Bad Musical.

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Follies

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design 

A musical of a reunion between old friends and lovers, reminiscing on times of being showgirls and revisiting ghosts of their former selfs. The design focuses on the romanticization and spectacle of the era. 

 
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Romeo & Juliet

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design 

The classic play of star crossed lovers and their feuding families, set in the modern world. With minimalistic architectural structures that would move to alter the space, the story can focus on color coded suits and electoral propaganda to represent the two families. 

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Curse of the Starving Class

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design 

The tragic drama of a family and the events that ensue. The design envisions the play set in the 1960s, emphasizing the poverty and decay within the concept with a deteriorating, environmentally intoxicating set. 

Miss Julie

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design 

A conversation between two people and the events that ensue on a Midsummer's Eve. Set in a naturalistic world, the design focuses on two's mindset, emphasizing their unrealistic realities, visually trapping them on stage.

Oedipus Rex

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design

Set in a surrealistic, modernist world focusing on the dramatic color story through costumes, lighting, and moving set. 

Hedda Gabler

Scenic Design: Chelsea Bednar

Theoretical Design 

A aristocratic drama set in the 1890s. As a 'found space' concept, the design focused on a burnt down/decaying house structure, engulfing the audience right into the space, witnessing the deteriorating relationships first hand. 

Props

This section is a collection of props for the theatre, ranging from collaborations on main stage productions from UNCSA to summer stock at SCT. 

 
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Scenic Art

This section is a collection of projects involving scenic painting for the theatre. Techniques include various painting styles, heavy texture, faux finishings. 

 
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Costume Design

This section is a collection of mainly theoretical designs, with concepts ranging from the circus, the ballet, to a realized figurative workshop with Cirque Du Soleil. 

 
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