The exhibit “Re-Envisaged: Re-facing Carlo Goldoni’s Servant of Two Masters“ is open now in the Isabella Cannon Room in the Center for the Arts. Peek inside the creative process of the scenic designers, mask makers, costume designer, dramaturg, and director of the production. See the original costume sketches, touch a mask mould, and learn about how the script was adapted. Contributors include Nick Cook, Jessica Edwards, Natalie Hart, Kevin Otos, Susanne Shawyer, Jack Smith of the Department of Performing Arts, and Anne Simpkins of the Department of Art and Art History.
The exhibit will be open in the evenings for audiences to enjoy before the production or during intermission. It closes Monday April 20.