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September 21, 2016

Cannon Park Dental Creates Fangs for “Dracula”

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 2:30 pm


Our friends at Cannon Park Dental are graciously helping us for our up and coming production of “Dracula, King of Vampires”. Today, Charleston Stage Professional Resident Actor Alex Garcia visited Dr. Jay Myers to have negative molds made of his teeth and bite pattern. Dr. Myers will then create fangs that can snap onto Alex’s teeth for the run of our production. Alex is playing the lead role of Count Dracula in Charleston Stage’s “Dracula, King of Vampires” which plays Oct. 19 – Nov. 6 at the Historic Dock Street Theatre. We can’t wait to see the finished product and are very excited for this collaboration with a local dental office!




For more information about “Dracula, King of Vampires” or to purchase tickets, visit our show page by clicking here. Tickets go on sale Sept. 26th!

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September 1, 2016

Set Models for “Hairspray”

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 1:28 pm


Before Charleston Stage goes into rehearsals and begins building a set for a particular production, our tech and design staff will create set models that are used to not only show our directors and cast what the set will look like and the concept for each show but to also gain an overall sense of spacing as the director and choreographer begin working with the cast at our Mt. Pleasant rehearsal studio before moving to the theatre.

Featured below are a few of the set models for our up coming production of “Hairspray” which opens next Wednesday, Sept. 7, at the Historic Dock Street Theatre. This week our tech staff loaded in the actual set pieces at the Dock and many colorful photos of the set and cast on stage will be coming soon. Stay tuned for photos being posted early next week!

For more show information or to purchase tickets to “Hairspray”, click here.

Featured: The Hefty Hideaway set for the musical number "Welcome to the 60s".

Featured above: The Hefty Hideaway set for the musical number “Welcome to the 60s”.

Featured: The finale set for "You Can't Stop the Beat".

Featured above: The finale set for the musical number “You Can’t Stop the Beat”.

Featured: The jail house musical number "The Big Doll House".

Featured above: The jail house set for the musical number “The Big Doll House”.

Featured: Penny's bedroom (left) and Tracy's jail cell (right) for the musical number "Without Love".

Featured above: Penny’s bedroom (left) and Tracy’s jail cell (right) for the musical number “Without Love”.

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