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"Hamlet", "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead"

“Hamlet”, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”

In the late summer of 2013, Daedalus Design and Production was to build the set for The Acting Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, currently running through February 1st, 2014 at the Pearl Theater in NYC.
Scenery for the Broadway Production of "Motown"

Scenery for the Broadway Production of “Motown”

In the winter of 2012, Daedalus was commissioned to build a number of signs, scenic hangers and lights for the Broadway production of “Motown”, currently running at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater. Our Timber Authority Section has an responsibility to ensuring that you satisfy our tone verge. essay writer for hire Then plectron your favourite colouring in...
Projection Screens for ETHEL's "Documerica" at Brooklyn Academy of Music

Projection Screens for ETHEL’s “Documerica” at Brooklyn Academy of Music

In the spring of 2013, Daedalus was commissioned to build a set of three 16 foot projection screens and a kabuki drop for the string quartet ETHEL’s Documerica, a multimedia performance that combines multiple screen video projections and original music. Documerica was performed in October of 2013 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave...
Harlem's "House of Hoops" Nike Display

Harlem’s “House of Hoops” Nike Display

In April of 2013, Daedalus was hired to fabricate and install a display for Nike’s “Superheroes” shoe release, held at Harlem’s House of Hoops.
Sufjan Stevens Wheel

Sufjan Stevens Wheel

In December of 2012, Daedalus was asked to build a 16 foot tall wheel-of-fortune style functionally rotating wheel for Sufjan Stevens’ Christmas tour. Fully modular and purpose built to be assembled and disassembled at every venue. We had a blast constructing it.
Super Why

Super Why

Daedalus was commissioned to create the character props and a 16 ft. framed LED projection screen for the first live theater production of Super Why!, the popular children’s animated television series.