ALL THINGS SHINING Coda and End Credits (June 2012)
This video depicts the coda and end credits from my MFA thesis project, ALL THINGS SHINING, an experimental / intermedial / transmedia play / theatre experience. Details of the 2012 performances are included below for archival purposes.
"All Things Shining" is an experimental, intermedial, dramatic play/live cinema experience. At its heart, it is a story about humanity, as seen through the lens of a man facing his own mortality. The protagonist is Captain Matt Simon, an astronaut leading the first manned mission to the planet Mars. The play travels through time, providing a view into pivotal moments in the protagonist’s past, juxtaposed and interwoven with scenes that make up the dramatic present. In this way, the play acts as a time machine, allowing the audience to travel back and forth in the character’s consciousness and experience in order to gain a whole picture of the protagonist as a proxy and metaphor for their own lives.
/ Video Documentation by AJ Frank, Tom Heban, and Kyle Robinson
/ Video edited by AJ Frank and Phil Garrett
"All Things Shining"
An Experiment in Intermedial Theatre
Written/Directed by Phil Garrett
Presented June 14th & 15th, 2012, 7:30 pm
The Experimental Media and Movement Arts Lab (EMMA) in the Motion Capture suite at The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at The Ohio State University.
/ EMMA Lab - accad.osu.edu/researchmain/research/emma_lab.html/
// Special thanks to EMMA team:
/// Prof. Norah Zuniga-Shaw, Department of Dance
/// Matt, Lewis, Graphic Research Specialist, ACCAD
/// Oded Huberman, Visiting Artist/Resident Technical Director
"All Things Shining" is Phil Garrett's MFA thesis project, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for an MFA degree in Theatre from The Ohio State University Department of Theatre.
/ Written/Directed by Phil Garrett
/ Devised with Jon Osbeck and Richard Napoli
/ Featuring Ashley Kobza and James Aaron Tecumseh Sinclair
/ Lighting Design by Dayna Schlefstein
/ Video & Production Design by Phil Garrett
/ Wardrobe Consultant, Rebecca Turk
/ Special Costume Lighting by Dave Wallingford
*MFA Advisory Committee
/ Prof. Jimmy Bohr, OSU Department of Theatre
/ Prof. Maria Palazzi, The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD) at OSU
/ Prof. Janet Parrott, OSU Department of Theatre
/ Prof. Mo Ryan, OSU Department of Theatre
/ The Ohio State University Department of Theatre theatre.osu.edu
/ The Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD) accad.osu.edu
/ Music - Emmalee Crane's "Silver Blue In Solomon" from her album Crux. Buy it on iTunes...