Martin Art Gallery
Theatre Design Exhibition
March 18 – April 3, 2011
Reception: March 18, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
An inaugural exhibition of costume, lighting and set design by senior theatre design majors: Angela Palaggi, Chris Szczerbienski and Jason Turner will be on view in the Galleria Lobby of the Baker Center for the Arts at MuhlenbergCollege, March 18 – April 3.
Angela Palaggi, costume design, has designed for on-campus productions of La Dispute, The Other Shore and studio productions that include Dina’s Tattoo. She also designed hair and makeup for Polaroid Stories and was costume coordinator for Dance Emerge. She designed costumes for Parade Ground Unit’s Philly Fringe production Judith/Dresses/Joe, in Philadelphia.
Chris Szczerbienski, has created scenic and lighting design for Muhlenberg’s productions of Pajama Game, Alexander’s Terrible Day and many student-directed plays and dance concerts. His off-campus design credits include Judith/Dresses/Joe in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Playhouse’s production of All Shook Up.
Jason Turner, with a concentration in production design and illustration, has likewise worked on a variety of productions during the past four years, including The Dirty Talk, Thom Pain and Woyzeck.
The exhibition is free and open to the public. The Galleria Lobby in the Baker Center for the Arts is open daily
9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
All art images and content are the property of Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA. Any reproduction or distribution of this material without the expressed, written consent of the Martin Art Gallery is prohibited and a violation of federal law. All rights reserved.