File MS-3-1, OS Folder 238 - Fire

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Fire

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  • Textual record

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MS-3-1, OS Folder 238

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  • November 15, 1993 (Creation)
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    Osler, Stephen
  • December 26, 1993 (Creation)
    Creator
    Pincott, Brian

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8 pages ; 85 x 78 cm or smaller

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Stephen Osler is a scenic designer, artist, and intaglio print maker based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has worked with various theatre companies, including Neptune Theatre in Halifax and the Ship's Company in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia (mid-1980s-1990s). He attended the Ontario College of Art and Design before beginning his career in the Atlantic Provinces. He also worked as the art director for CBC's "This Hour has 22 Minutes" (2009-2010) and was the production designer for the films "One Heart Broken into Song" (1999); "Violet" (2000); "Young Triffie's Been Made Away With" (2006); and the television series "The Industry" (2001-2003).

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Brian Pincott is a lighting designer and politician. He is the production and lighting manager at Alberta Theatre Projects and was previously a city councilor in Calgary, Alberta for ten years (2007-2017). He studied at Acadia University from 1980 until 1986. He has worked with various other Canadian theatre companies, including Theatre Calgary, Tarragon Theatre, and Neptune Theatre.

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File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Fire," directed by Bryden MacDonald and designed by Stephen Osler (set) and Brian Pincott (lights). The file includes original drawings and annotated copies.

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Set and light designs are annotated copies of the original drawings. Location of originals unknown.

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See the production records for this play in the Neptune Theatre fonds (MS-3-1) under the series "Production records," subseries "Fire."

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Original Neptune Theatre catalogue number: 247

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  • Oversize-folder: MS-3-1, OS Folder 238