Theatre Nova Scotia designers talk about their process tonight, 7 p.m., at Government House, 1451 Barrington St., Halifax, as part of the Evenings @ Government House series.
To register for the free event call 902-424-7001 or online (lt.gov.ns.ca; click on News & Events)). Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Talking about how they concept to final design in a theatrical production are costume designer Emlyn Murray, a graduate of Dalhousie University’s Costume Studies program in 2014; Aaron Collier, a composer, sound and projection designer and musician, and Garrett Barker, who is a set, lighting and projection designer for Neptune Theatre.
All three have been nominees and winners of Theatre Nova Scotia’s Robert Merritt Awards. Murray is up for a 2019 Merritt for Miss ‘N Me, Eastern Front Theatre, and Aaron Collier for sound design and original score for Bed and Breakfast, Ship’s Company Theatre.
The discussion will be led by theatre director Pamela Halstead.
For more information and to view upcoming events in the series visit lt.gov.ns.ca or follow the Lieutenant Governor on Twitter @LtGovNS and Facebook facebook.com/LtGovNS.
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