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Univ. of Puget Sound Theatre Arts Production Wiki

As You Like It by William Shakespeare Wiki, Fall 2011 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

This Wiki was used by individuals working on the fall 2011 production of As You Like It at the University of Puget Sound. Director, Geoff Proehl (gproehl@pugetsound.edu); Scene Design by Kurt Walls; Costume Design by Mishka Navarre; Sound Design by Rachel Yaron; Assistant Director and Co-Production Dramaturg, Georgina Cohen (gcohen@pugetsound.edu), Production Dramaturg, Chloe Nord (cnord@pugetsound.edu). Stage Manager: Connor Jones (cjjones@pugetsound.edu); Assistant Stage Manager: Hayley Hilmes. Guidelines used by AYLI editors.

Text As Virtual Workspace

This is the virtual work space text: As You Like It: Production Text, Fall 2011, Univ. of Puget Sound Annotated: (Edited by . . . ).
For comparison, this is the text of AYLI without cuts, additions, or annotations: As You Like It.

AYLI Credits

This project made possible by the support of the Office of Information Services at the University of Puget Sound.
All writing, unless otherwise indicated, is by . . . . Costume sketches are by Mishka Navarre, costume designer. Set photos and sketches are by Kurt Walls, set designer. Storyboarding is by Geoff Proehl, director.

Take Me to the Water, Fall 2007

The theatre department at Puget Sound is in the early stages of creating a production based on the science, history, and myth of Water. To obtain editing rights for this project, now in its early stages, you will need to be a member of the production team. Individuals not on the production team are welcomed to look on. This is a long term project. In the fall of 2007, the Projects in Dramaturgy Class will present an initial project workshop.

Workshop time and date: Thursday, Dec. 6, 9 p.m., Jones Hall, Room 203, University of Puget Sound. If you're interested in attending, email or call Geoff Proehl (gproehl@ups.edu; 253-879-3101).

Scenario
Script for Fall 2007 Workshop, Part I.-- Part I; in development, virtual work space
Script for Fall 2007 Workshop, Part II.-- Part II; in development, virtual work space
Text for Front Page of Invitation/Program. -- in process
Text for Back Page of Invitation/Program. -- in process
Interesting Material Not Currently In Script.
Call for Plays: Poster. -- prototype for if and when a call goes out for a future workshop
Resource Materials.

Midsummer Night's Dream Wiki, Fall 2006

This Wiki was used by individuals working on the fall 2006 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the University of Puget Sound. Production dramaturg, Haviva Avirom (havirom@ups.edu). Guidelines used by Dream editors.

Text As Virtual Workspace

This is the virtual work space text: A Midsummer Night's Dream: Production Text, Fall 2006, Univ. of Puget Sound Annotated: (Edited by W. J. Craig, London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1914).
For comparison, this is the text of Dream without cuts, additions, or annotations: A Midsummer Night's Dream: Production Text, Fall 2006, Univ. of Puget Sound.

Dream Credits

This project made possible by the support of the Office of Information Services at the University of Puget Sound, in particular, the work of Michael Nanfito, Paul Wicks, Randy Thornton, and Gordon Gilbert (project facilitator).
All writing, unless otherwise indicated, is by Haviva Avirom, production dramaturg. Costume sketches are by Mishka Navarre, costume designer. Set photos and sketches are by Kurt Walls, set designer. Storyboarding is by Geoff Proehl, director.

The production team would like to thank...

How to Create Your Own Production Wiki: First Steps

For information on how we built and maintain this wiki, and how to start your own collaborative workspace, go behind the curtain.

Thanks to Randy Thornton and the Office of Information Services for Technical Support.
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