Peter Wood Productions

Production: Buried

Venues:

University of Maryland, Baltimore County Theatre, Catonsville Maryland
Muhlenberg College, Allentown Pennsylvania
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, District of Columbia

Director: Colette Searls
Lighting Designer: Damon Meledones
Involvement: Assistant light designer, light board operator, master electrician

Buried, an original piece of puppet theatre by Colette Searls, was introduced at UMBC, and went on to win the regional championship in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

Peter Wood served as light board operator, master electrician, and assistant to lighting designer Damon Meledones. After the UMBC premiere, the production went on the road to Muhlenberg College in Allentown Pennsylvania, and after winning at the regional level, was honored at the Kennedy Center with several performances as part of the nation-wide KCACT festival.

Background: A Buried mask emerges. Mask design by Colette Searls.
Below: Bone puppet and Belt puppet tap dance.
Bottom: Boy puppet and Bone puppet discover that the Boy is dead.

Bone puppet and Belt puppet tap dance

Boy puppet and Bone puppet discover that the Boy is dead


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