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Interview help please? Sweeney Todd related, *BUMP* 
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Post Interview help please? Sweeney Todd related, *BUMP*
Basically in a few days I'm going for an interview for a theatre production design course that I really want to get in to.
The questions they're going to ask in one section are published on the website and while I've researched and prepared answers as well as design samples for these questions, I'd like to hear what you all have to say because i want to give them the best and most well rounded answers possible.

The questions are based on one of four prescribed texts, I chose Sweeney Todd

• What period would you set the production in and why?
• What style of costumes would you use and why?
• What would the main quality of the lighting be? (coloured, harsh, strong, soft, white etc) Why?
• If you were going to mount this production, make a list of the personnel you would require.

Any help would be very greatly appreciated, thanks
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Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:57 pm
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Ooh, is it NIDA? I don't really know how to help, but I'm excited for you.. I will be trying for that course next year as well :D

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Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:01 am
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No, lol. But i don't really want to post the intitution on here incase they check up on people or something. Unlikely but not unheard of

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Seriously people? I thought we were friends

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Fri Nov 27, 2009 1:19 am
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Why don't you start out by posting what your general ideas are to answer these questions and people can start to build off of those?

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Meh, well I got a callback so it's all good.

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Post Re: Interview help please? Sweeney Todd related, *BUMP*
nabla wrote:
Basically in a few days I'm going for an interview for a theatre production design course that I really want to get in to.
The questions they're going to ask in one section are published on the website and while I've researched and prepared answers as well as design samples for these questions, I'd like to hear what you all have to say because i want to give them the best and most well rounded answers possible.

The questions are based on one of four prescribed texts, I chose Sweeney Todd

• What period would you set the production in and why?
• What style of costumes would you use and why?
• What would the main quality of the lighting be? (coloured, harsh, strong, soft, white etc) Why?
• If you were going to mount this production, make a list of the personnel you would require.

Any help would be very greatly appreciated, thanks
xoxo


Oh my goodness!! how did it go in the end?!

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