Tech Expo Index

Subject Categories:

Lighting Sound
Management Special Effects
Painting Pyrotechnics
Projections & Photography Electronics
Props Miscellaneous
Safety Stage Mechanics
Scenic Materials & Construction Stage Rigging
• General Information Systems & Components
Decks Tests & Techniques
• Drafting Costumes
Hardware Headware & Wigs
Movement & Tracking Masks
Other Surfaces & Materials Apparel
• Platforms Puppets & Padding
• Tools Miscellaneous

Devices

 
   

 

 

Lighting

Autore, John D., Arizona State University. Neon: Not Beyond Your Theatrical Reach; no. 29, 1995, p. 72.
Bell, Greg, Otterbein College. A Dimmable Radio-Controlled Light Source; 2003, No. 1, p. 7.
Brenner, Robert. Molded Adapters; 2005, no. 5, p. 15.
Carey, John, Musson Theatrical. A Theatrical Wattage Tester; 1987, no. 7, p. 13.
Cobb, Terry, University Maryland-Baltimore County. A Galaxy Full of Stars; 1997, no. 9, p. 25.
Francis, Tim and Joshua Redfern, Trinity University. An ERS Follow Spot Stand; 1999, no. 18, p. 42.
Grayson, Philip, James Madison University. Constructing a Tester with a G.F.C.I.; 1997, no. 14, p. 39.
Hazard, Matt and Mark Shanda, Ohio State University. PVSee Light; 2005, no. 19, p. 44.
Jensen, Christopher, Northern Illinois University. A Phase-Changing Moon Box; 1995, no. 30, p. 74.
Panttaja, Dean, University of Idaho. A City Vista Light Box; 1997, no. 23, p. 54.
Patterson, Michael, Yale School of Drama. Auto-Patching Using Control Signal from the Light Board; 1997, no. 24, p. 55.
Penijohn, James and Jeff Ellinger, University of Texas-Austin. Shop-Built Circuit Tester; 1991, no. 22, p. 54.
Rees, Stephen E., SUNY-Fredonia. A Mounting Hook for Stage Electric Connector Strips; 2007, no. 21, p. 45.
Rosenberg, Steve, Julliard School. Lighting Boom Anchor System; 2005, no. 33, p. 69.
Sekas, Jody and Payne, Christopher, Complex Shutter Cuts, and More!: Custom, Quick, Detialed, In-House Gobos; 2015, no 16, p. 41.
Shelley, Steven, American Ballet Theatre. The Field Template; 1989, no. 18, p. 69.
Skoug, Lucas, San Diego State University. Inexpensive Neon Signs for the Stage; 2007, no. 25, p. 51
Taylor, Douglas, USITT Archivist. An 1800’s Gas Stage Lighting Control; 1987, no. 3, p. 7.
Titus, Donald, Yale Repertory Theatre. Fiber Optics; 1987, no. 11, p. 21.
Walls, Kurt, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Shop Made Neon; 1987, no. 24, p. 63.
Washer, Michael, Ohio State University. A Comfortable Followspot Perch; 1997, no. 31, p. 68.
Williams, Michael M., University of Texas-Austin. A Practical Fire/Water Lighting Effect; 1991, no. 13, p. 33.
Van Hassel, Justin, San Diego State University. Four Phase Moon Box; 2013, no. 17, p. 47.
Zetterberg, Mark, Central Washington University. “Go-Fers”; 1991, no. 15, p. 38.

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Management

Harline, Roy and O. Lee Walker, Brigham Young University. Mac Theatre Stackware; 1989, no. 7, p. 23.
Haven, Robert W., University of Michigan. Wardrobe Wizard: Computers in the Costume Shop; 1995, no. 6, p. 14.
Mitchell, Chuck, University of Wisc.-Madison. Simple Computerized Shop Inventory System; 1987, no. 23, p. 59.

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Painting

Beck, Dan and Steve Retsky, Monterey Penninsula College. Quick and Easy Floor Painting Aids; 2005, no. 2, p. 10.
Bowen, Gaye, University of Texas-Austin. Xerox Transfers for Fabrics; 1989, no. 9, p. 31.
Hoglund, Roy C., University of Wisc.-Oshkosh. Fast and Easy Custom Wallpaper; 1993, no. 21, p. 67.
Hoglund, Roy C., University of Wisc.-Oshkosh. The Fastest Wood Grain in Town; 1989, no. 3, p. 7.
Smith, Phillip P., Cobalt Studios. Tromping on My Picture Frame; 1989, no. 2, p. 5.

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Projections & Photography

Bussey, Tom S. and Evan D. Gelick, Yale School of Drama. A Less Expensive Alternative for Longer Focal-Length Projector Lenses; 1993, no. 25, p. 80.
Cleveland, M. Barrett and Jennifer Chan, CSU Northridge. Deliberate Distortion Helps Kitty Hawk Take Flight; 2005, no. 9, p. 24.
Cleveland, M. Barrett and Mark W. Shanda, Ohio State University. Retrofitting Projectors to Interface with a Microcomputer Lighting Controller; 1989, no. 11, p. 39.
Cleveland, M. Barrett, Colorado State University. Illuminating a Production with Digital Multimedia; 2003, no. 4, p.11.
Cleveland, M. Barrett, Colorado State University. Multi-Image 35mm Slides for Everyman; 1997, no. 7, p. 19.
Gwinup, Martin B., University of Minn.-Twin Cities. A Possible Laser Projector; 1991, no. 1, p. 1.
Knapp, Jim, The Ohio State University. Multiple Projector Control System; 2007, no. 13, p. 31.
Miller, Brent, De Paul University. The Silent Projector Case; 2005, no. 25, p. 54.
Miller, Dave and Gary Bradley, Richmond Gateway Theatre. Peppar’s Ghost; 1989, no. 1, p. 1.
Mongerson, Erick, Concordia University. Low-Cost Projection; 1987, no. 28, p. 75.
Reaney, Mark, University of Kansas. Scenic Visualization Using “Virtual Reality”; 1993, no. 8, p. 22.
Tolin, David, Bart Mueller, Michael Genova, and Cristian Bell, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. CD-ROM Projection Douser; 2007, no. 27, p. 54.

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Props

Abbitt, Jerry W., Cal. State-Northridge. A Period Motorcycle; 1989, no. 12, p. 45.
Archibald, Daniel, Into the Woods Smoking Witch's Staff; 2015, no 5, p. 17.
Bell, Gregory, Otterbein University. The Parasol Gun for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; 2011, no. 4, p. 18.
Cardwell, Eric and Michael Rolleri, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Winterstone Sculpting Mix and the Virgin Mary; 2007, no. 3, p. 12.
Cleveland, M. Barrett, Colorado State University. They’re Microphones, Too; 1995, no. 26, p. 64.
Cleveland, M. Barrett, Ohio State University. Greased Lightin’; 1987, no. 16, p. 41.
Duster, Keith, Iowa State University. Wireless Mobile Stage Television; 1997, no. 13, p. 36.
Engler, Mark, Fier Tiffany,  Making a Monster: Building Audrey 2;  2015, no. 4, p. 14.
Erikson, Christian, The Time Keeper; 2015, no 7, p. 20.
Fretts, Chris, Indiana Repertory Theatre. A Telescoping Ceiling Fan; 2007, no. 9, p. 23.
Hendrickson, Alan, Yale School of Drama. Trap Cover Mechanisms; 1987, no. 13, p. 31.
Hobson, Joel, Illinois Shakespeare Festival. Caesar’s Blood; 2007, no. 11, p. 27.
Hoglund, Roy C., University of Wisc.-Oshkosh. The Musket Made Simple; 1995, no. 3, p. 5.
Johnston , Jan and Ronald Naversen, SIU-Carbondale. Pulp Fact; 1995, no. 1, p. 1.
Kent, Raymond, Yale School of Drama. Star Wand; 1997, no. 18, p. 45.
Kent, Raymond, Yale School of Drama. Great Ducks of Science; 1999, no. 19, p. 42.
Kirk, M.E., Houston Repertory Theatre. A Spring Loaded Knife; 1987, no. 8, p. 15.
Korder, Tom, Randy deCelle and Tommy Thompson, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, University of Illinois. The Dancing Bed; 2001, no. 7, p. 18.
Kugler, Trent, A Realistic and Interactive LED Candle; 2015, no 18. p. 46.
Larson, Kalen and Brock Nummerdor, Michigan Technological University. A Blood Spraying Table; 2011, no. 13, p. 40.
Larson, Kalen and Mathew Willet, Michigan Technological University. Impaled by a Sword; 2013  No. 9, p. 27.
Mayberry, John B., York University, Toronto. A Simulated Player Piano Music Box Mechanism, 2001, no. 11, p. 28.
Mayfield, Rick, University of Memphis. Magically Illuminated Umbrella; 2011, no. 14, p. 42.
Mellien, William, University of Wisc.-Eau Claire. Facing the Challenge of THE TRUCK from The Grapes of Wrath; 1993, no. 3, p. 9.
Meyer, Bill, Jennifer Komar, and Yu Shibagaki, California State University, Fullerton. A Method for Building Trees and Tree Limbs; 2007, no. 17, p. 39.
Miller, Justin A., Texas A & M University. 3-D Break-away Table Hardware; 2013, no. 13., p. 38
Morgan, Deborah, Missouri Repertory Theatre. A Pig’s Head to Remember; 1987, no. 14, p. 35.
Murdock, Mary E., Texas Woman’s University. A Revolving Pistol; 1989, no. 17, p. 65.
Parks, Steve, University of Texas-Austin. PVC Trees; 1987, no. 1, p. 1.
Pauna, Steve, Miami University. A Quick and Simple Chickenbone-Spitting Baby; 2011, no. 17, p. 47.
Pauna, Steve, Miami University. Breakable Jewelry: Clean and Simple; 2013, no. 14, p. 40.
Pollock, Rachel E., Costume Crafts Artisan. A Spontaneous-Combusting Parasol for Beckett’s Happy Days; 2011, no. 18, p. 48.
Powers, Michael, Wildwood Park Perf. Arts. The Chair in a Box or the Transformer Chair; 1993, no. 11, p. 34.
Rolleri , Michael and Zachary Hamm, PlayMakers Repertory Company. Snowing Leaves; 2007, no. 23, p. 48.
Rothgeb, John Reise, University of Texas-Austin. A Unique Dance Pole Device; 1987, no. 10, p. 19.
Smith, Wayne, The Theatre School, DePaul University. Shop-Built Rotational Casting Machine; 2011, no. 21, p. 56.
Technical Staff for “The Stone Circle,” California Polytechnic State University. Lightweight, Deeply Dimensional Puppet Heads; 1993, no. 6, p. 17.
Tollefson, Jason, Tollefson Designs. Controlling Electric Candles; 2003, no. 27, p. 52.
Thatcher, Tom E., University of Minn.-Duluth. Greek Torch; 1995, no. 10, p. 27.
Thatcher, Tom E., University of Minn.-Duluth. High-Sprung Bed; 1995, no. 17, p. 44.
Thoron, Ben and Liz Eisele, Wendy Stymerski, Old Globe Theatre. Low-viscosity, Nonperishable Blood; 2005, no. 41, p. 81.
Wallace, Jaylene, Bob Orzolek and Dan McNeil, Denver Center Theatre Company. Building Stage Vehicles Using Golf Carts; 1995, no. 7, p. 18
Williams Ben, Building a Better Banshee Staff; 2005, no 10, p27.

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Safety

Coyne, Travis, University of Nevada Las Vegas. Fire Curtain Breakaway System; 2005, no. 12, p. 30.
Dougherty, Jr. Jerald, University of Northern Colorado. A Lighting Focus Harness; 2003, no. 7, p. 18.
McKinney, Matthew, University of Nevada, Reno. An Alternative to Glow Tape; 2007, no. 14, p. 34
McVoy, Jens, Yale School of Drama. C02 Fire Suppression System for Theatrical Fire Effects; 1995, no. 27, p. 67.
Powers, Michael, Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts. Counterweight Arbor Safety Devices; 1995, no. 5, p. 11.
Stevens, Mark, Northern Illinois University. A Stock Safety Rail System; 1995, no. 34, p. 84.

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Scenic Materials & Construction

General Information

Allen, Polly, University of Texas-Austin. Mimicking the Masters: Reproducing a Baroque Spiral Column; 1991, no. 24, p. 58.
Cornelius, Keith, Emerson College. An Inexpensive Human-Powered Roll-Former; 1997, no. 11, p. 29.
Cornelius, Keith and Tim Jozwick, Emerson College. Rethinking Stock Scenery; 2005, no. 11, p. 28.
Dyszelski, Aaron, Whitworth University. Spin Me Right Round: Revolving Door Periaktoi; 2013, no. 5, p. 18.
Ervin, John D., Colby College. Step Modules for 6:12 or 8:10 Ratio Stairs; 1995, no. 12, p. 30.
Lagerquist, John, South Coast Repertory Theatre. Hinged Cornice; 1997, no. 20, p. 49.
Lyons, Andi, University at Albany. Structural Fiberglass; 1987, no. 17, p. 45.
Meyer, Bill, California State University-Fullerton. A Formula for Cutting Arcs and Circles; 1999, no. 23, p. 51.
Meyer, Bill, Cal State-Fullerton. Removable Railing Locking Device; 1997, no. 22, p. 53.
Naversen, Ronald, SIU-Carbondale. Repeating Carved Ornaments; 1991, no. 2, p. 5.
Schreiber, Loren, Old Globe Theatre. Foam Molding Machine; 1995, no. 25, p. 61.
Shanda, Mark W. and James Knapp, Ohio State University. Fluted Columns; 1993, no. 14, p. 44.
Shanda, Mark, Ohio State University. A Grid-Mounted Cyclorama Stretcher; 1997, no. 27, p. 61.
Steinmetz, Brad, The Ohio State University-Lima. Scrolling Panorama; 2013, no. 15, p. 41.
Struthers, Tom, University of Wisc.-Madison. Tip Jack; 1987, no. 15, p. 39.
VanDyke, Susan, Indiana University Southeast. Non-Welded Steel Scenic Fabrication Using Drywall Framing Studs; 1999, no. 31, p. 65.

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Decks

Frishman, Eric, Emerson College. A Floating, MDF Show Floor; 2003, no.9, p. 22.
Gelick, Evan D. and Patrick J. Seeley, Yale School of Drama. A Strong and Lightweight Alternate for Plywood Decking; 1993, no. 10, p. 31.
Grabowski, Tom, UT Pan American. Reusable Scrap-built Stair Carriages; 2005, no. 16, p. 38.
Johnson, Rachael, University of Wisconsin-Madison. A Smooth Transitioning Ramp; 2003, no. 11, p. 24.
Kolbe, Chad, Purdue University. Soft Impact: The Creation of a Soft Floor; 2003, no. 12, p. 25.
Leslie, Charles, University of Texas-Austin. Architecturally Detailed Scenery: 3-D Flooring; 1991, no. 9, p. 24.
Olsen, Ronald C., Tucson Perf. Arts Ctr. Permanent Dance Floor; 1987, no. 30, p. 81.
Ream, Jim, University of Indianapolis. Modular Spiral Step Unit; 2005, no. 29, p. 62.
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. Using a Magnetically-Coupled, Rodless Cylinder to Automate a Trap Door; 1997, no. 26, p. 59.

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Hardware

Boevers, David and Kevin A. Hines, Maine State Music Theatre. A Self-Developing Scenery Jack; 1995, no. 16, p. 42.
Boulanger, Mike, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Double Action Doors; 1987, no. 5, p. 9.
Boulanger, Mike, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Electromagnetic Clamp; 1987, no. 4, p. 9.
Boyd, John and Ben Thoron, Yale School of Drama. Self-Locating Jack Foot Plates; 1991, no. 32, p. 79.
Cleveland , M. Barrett (Colorado State University) and Mark W. Shanda (Ohio State University). Electromagnet Scenery Locks; 1991, no. 5, p. 11.
Harline, Roy and 0. Lee Walker, Brigham Young University. Caster Brackets; 1989, no. 22, p. 83.
Herod, Vince, University of Texas-Austin. Cane Bolt Wagon Locks; 1989, no. 16, p. 63.
Meyer, Bill, Cal State Fullerton. “Jills” A Shop-Built Scenery Support Device; 2003, no. 13, p. 27.
Monsey, Steve and Jeff Dennstaedt, Yale School of Drama. Pneumatic Door Stabilizer; 1987, no. 2, p. 3.
Parker, Scott C., Pace University. Caster Corners; 2005, no. 26, p. 57.
Savage, John, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Rake Hinges; 1987, no. 9, p. 17.
Schmidt, Mark, San Diego State University. The Poor Man’s Babbit Bearing; 2001, no. 18, p. 42.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. Weight Bearing Pivots For Turntables; 1989, no. 19, p. 73.
Swanson, Brian, A New and Improved "Improved Stage Screw"; 2015, no. 1, p. 8.

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Movement & Tracking

Alguire, Eben, with Justin Kidwell, San Diego State University. Inverted Tambour Door; 2011, no. 1, p. 8.
Bagley, Michael, Assistant Technical Director, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, DC. Tracking Scenery with The Sprocket Comb; 2011, no. 3, p. 15.
Bebey, Frank, University of Alaska-Anchorage. Floating Pivot Point for Revolves and Wagons; 1993, no. 13, p. 41.
Bell, Greg, Otterbein College. Kissing Platforms for Kiss Me Kate; 2005, no. 3, p. 11.
Bell, Gregory, Otterbein College. Really Low-Profile Rigid Casters; 2007, no. 2, p. 10.
Belknap, Wm. Brandt, Emerson College. The Night the Cable Drive and the Tire Drive Met at the Bar; 1999, no. 2, p. 10.
Bell, Greg, Otterbein Colege. Zero-Throw Casters Revisited; 2001, no. 1, p. 4.
Bialek, Matt, Kevin Hines, Aaron Siebert, and Derek Pendergrass, Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Illusion Carpet Effect; 2011, no. 5, p. 21.
Black, Mary, Millikin University, and Paul Brunner, Indiana University. A Traction Drive System; 2011, no. 6, p. 23.
Boyd, John and Ben Thoron. Yale School of Drama. An Electronic Drum Indexer; 1991, no. 23, p. 56.
Brakhage, Peter, University of Delaware. Rock Solid Wagons; 2003, no. 3, p. 10.
Brinker, Dan, Pennsylvania State University. Ragtime Bridge; 2005, no. 7, p. 19.
Brinker, Dan and David Stellhorn, University of Illinois-Urbana. Shop-Built Friction Drives; 1999, no. 5, p. 15.
Browder, Dan, Illinois State University. A Relatively Inexpensive PLC-based System for Scenic Motion Control; 2005, no. 8, p. 21.
Carson, A. D., Pittsburgh Public Theatre. Curved Track and Knife; 1991, no. 28, p. 69.
deCelle, F. Randy, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. Linear Activated Rotary Encoder; 2005, no. 13, p. 32.
Des Palmes, Brian, California State University. Pneumatic Lift Feet; 1995, no. 2, p. 3.
Duerden, Bruce; drawings and display by Mark Ross, Amy Critchfield and Troy Cadwallander, Utah State University. Tracking Through Scenery; 2001, no. 2, p. 7.
Fretts, Chris, Indiana Repertory Theatre. Automated Trap Door Control System; 2011, no. 11, p. 35.
Fretts, Chris, Indiana Repertory Theatre. Pneumatic Locking Casters; 2007, no. 8, p. 22..
Funicello, Ralph, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Manhattan/Arizona Transfer Unit; 1987, no. 35, p. 95.
Gold, Richard, Yale Repertory Theatre. Multi-Axis Pallet Control; 1995, no. 4, p. 8.
Goller, Anna. Recessed Door Jamb Curtain Rig; 2005, no. 15, p. 36.
Groelinger, Andrew, Carnegie Mellon University. A Cheap and Cheerful Conveyor Belt; 1995, no. 28, p. 69.
Gwinup, Martin, University of Minn.-Twin Cities. Rotating a Tracking Platform; 1993, no. 16, p. 51.
Hadsall, LukE, University of Cincinnati. Pneumatic Cable Cylinder Curtain Drive System; 2005, no. 17, p. 39.
Hadsall, Luke, Oklahoma City Unviersity. Retractable, Cable Pull Knife and Guide Pin System For Scenic Tracks; 2013, no. 7, p. 23.
Hadsall, LukE, University of Central Oklahoma. Super-Low, Pancake-Powered, Tri-Caster Dolly; 2011, no. 12, p. 38.
Harris, Dale, Carnegie Mellon University. Turtle in Two Linear Deck Tracks; 2013, no. 8, p. 26.
Heil, John, Tennessee Repertory Theatre. Quiet Suspended Tracking; 1997, no. 15, p. 40.
Hines, Kevin A. and David Boevers, Yale School of Drama. A Positively-Engaged, Low-Profile Tracking System; 1995, no. 24, p. 59.
Knapp, Jim and Mark W. Shanda, Ohio State University. A Turntable Drive Mechanism; 1997, no. 19, p. 47.
Lagerquist, John, South Coast Repertory. Another Low Pallet and Caster System; 2001, no. 8, p. 22.
Loula, Richard, Yale Repertory Theatre. A Multi-Purpose Winch System Structure Winch/Frame; 1987, no. 36, p. 97.
Meyer, Bill, Cal State Fullerton. A Low-Cost Dog and Deck System; 2003, no. 14, p. 29.
Mitchell, Chuck, University of Wisc.-Madison. Making an Igloo Both Revolve and Travel; 1989, no. 15, p. 59.
Mixen, Phillip B. and Jason Blood, SIU-Carbondale. A Storybook for Children’s Tours; 1995, no. 23, p. 58.
Morgan, Brian, Motor Mount for Rotational Motion On a Tracking Wagon; 2015, no 12, p. 31.
Newton, Randy and Chuck Mitchell, University of Wisconsin, Madison. A Partial Donut; 2007, no. 18, p. 40.
Powers, Michael, University of Massachusetts. A Shop-Built Limit Switch for Cable-Driven Scenic Units; 2003, no. 15, p. 30.
Prichard, Jason and Michael Rolleri, PlayMakers Repertory Company. The Cage; 2001, no. 15, p. 36.
Rees, Stephen, SUNY Fredonia. A Revolve Clamp; 2005, no. 30, p. 64.
Rozelle III, F. Chase, Eastern Connecticut State University. A Linear Tracking Device; 2005, no. 34, p. 71.
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. Good, Fast, Cheap—Pick Three: Ultra-Low Winch Track; 2003, no. 19, p. 39.
Shanda, Mark and Chad Mahan, The Ohio State University. Stock Stage Lift Components; 2011, no. 20, p. 53.
Skiles, Scott and Chad Woerner, Pickerington High School. A Computer-Controlled Turntable; 2001, no. 20, p. 45.
Skiles, Scott, Pickerington High School. A Simple Drive Mechanism for a Rotating Unit; 2003, no. 22, p. 45.
Stone, Patrick and Justin Ashley, University of Arkansas. Easy Automation: Using Wireless DMX to Trigger Telescoping Pneumatics; 2011, no. 22, p. 59.
Strong, Tom, Naomi Eduardo, James Southworth, and Sam Thompson, Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Moving Scenery in the Event of a Fire; 2011, no. 23, p. 62.
Strong, Tom, Kevin Hines, Matt Rohner, Ethan Weil, Carnegie Mellon University. A Compensated Scenery Flying Rig; 2013, no. 16, p. 44.
Thompson, Steven, Omaha Playhouse. The “Limitless” Limit Switch; 1993, no. 19, p. 61.
Thoron, Ben, Old Globe Theatre. Voltage Comparator Limit Switches; 1999, no. 30, p. 64.
Wright, James, Technical Director, Maranatha Baptist Bible College, Watertown, WI. Operating Three Revolves Powered by a Single Motor; 2011, no. 24, p. 65.

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Other Surfaces & Materials

Bell, Greg, Otterbein College. Dodecahedrons for Pinocchio; 1999, no. 1, p. 7.
Bebey, Frank, University of Alaska, Anchorage. Staple-Quilted Scenery; 1991, no. 19, p. 47.
Cornelious, Keith, Emerson College. Ferrocement Variations for Three-Dimensional Scenery; 1999, no. 12, p. 28.
Cornelius, Keith and Kevin Ford, Emerson College. A Wind-Controlled Ground Cloth; 2003, no. 5, p. 14.
Dorn, Dennis and Megan Riley, University of Wisconsin-Madison. A Durable Non-Flammable Scenic Dope; 1999, no. 14, p. 32.
Dorn, Dennis, University of Wisc.-Madison. Celotex Bricks; 1987, no. 27, p. 73.
Drake, Jim, Dickinson College. Flying Scenery: Adapting Light Aircraft Construction Techniques to the Stage; 2007, no. 7, p. 20
Dreger, Eileen, Cal State-Fullerton. Five-Panel Doors from Hollow-Core Doors; 1995, no. 21, p. 51.
Naversen, Ronald, SIU-Carbondale. New Material: Scotchcast Plus Casting Tape; 1993, no. 2, p. 6.
Panttaja, Dean, University of Idaho. Tree Bark Texture; 1995, no. 20, p. 48.
Sieg, Katherine, Otterbein College. Rigid Facings Using Sprayed-On Stucco Compound; 2003, no. 21, p. 43.
Service, Kevin, James Southworth, and David Boevers, Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Crumpled Paper Backdrop; 2011, no. 19, p. 50.
Steinmetz, Brad, Ohio State University. Curved Scenery with Honeycomb Cardboard; 2005, no. 38, p. 77.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. Fibre-Coat; 1989, no. 24, p. 89.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. Industrial Plastics; 1989, no. 20, p. 79.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. S.T.O. Products; 1989, no. 25, p. 93.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. Synthetic Resins; 1987, no. 29, p. 77.
Thoron, Ben, Liz Eisele, and Wendy Stymerski, Old Globe Theatre. The Sticky Flat, or Post-it Note Scenery; 2005, no. 40, p. 80.
Vawter, Samuel, Formable Scrim Sculptuer; 2015, no 8, p22
Wittrig, Tymberley, Messiah College. Large Cove Molding; 2007, no. 30, p. 60.

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Platforms

Betts, David, University of Texas-Austin. An Alternate Method for Fastening Platforms Together; 1991, no. 11, p. 29.
Cotter, Gary E., University of Idaho. Platforms from Steel Tubing; 1989, no. 10, p. 35.
Gelick, Evan D., Yale School of Drama. The Triscuit, a 4´ x 4´ Stock Platform; 1993, no. 18, p. 58.
Grayson, Phillip, James Madison University. Tractor Pin Platform Joints; 1993, no. 9, p. 27.
Thatcher, Tom, University of Minn.-Duluth. A Convertible Steel Platform Technique that Really Works; 1991, no. 10, p. 25.

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Tools

Bebey, Frank, University of Alaska-Anchorage. A Rolling Square for Curved Lines; 1997, no. 1, p. 7.
Boulanger, Mike, Seattle Repertory Theatre. The Curved Molding Maker; 1987, no. 19, p. 51.
Brakhage, Peter, University of Delaware-PTTP. A Device for Cutting Large Perfect Circles; 1999, no. 4, p. 13.
Frasier, Matthew,  The 180 Miter Jig; 2015, no 2, p. 10.
Hackman, Tom and Nate Otto, University of Virginia. The Huskey Saw (The Angle-Cutting Panel Saw); 2001, no. 5, p. 13.
Katz, Michael, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Self-Locking Platform Brake; 2007, no. 12, p. 29.
Levy, Adriane and Kraig Blythe, Yale School of Drama. Using AutoCAD as a Technical Design Tool; 1999, no. 20, p. 45.
Levy, Adriane, Yale School of Drama / Yale Repertory Theatre. A Homemade CNC Router; 1999, no. 21, p. 47.
Meyer, Bill, California State University, Fullerton. A Stock Rake System; 2007, no. 16, p. 37.
Mitchell, Chuck, University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Model Measurer; 1999, no. 24, p. 52.
Neville, Tom, Playmaker’s Rep. Co. Square Tubing Bender; 1991, no. 33, p. 80.
Pratt, Craig, UNC-Chapel Hill. Steel Truss Fabricated Using a Hossfeld Bender; 1991, no. 3, p. 7.
Shanda, Mark, Ohio State University. An Ethafoam-Rod Splitter; 1991, no. 26, p. 64.
Shanda, Mark and Jim Knapp, The Ohio State University. The Panel Pal; 1999, no. 28, p. 61.
Stephens, Richard D., University of Texas-Austin. A Shop-Built Circle Cutter for Your Bandsaw; 1991, no. 12, p. 30.
Uhrick, Richard, University of Missouri-KC. A Cornerblock and Keystone Holdback Jig; 1995, no. 19, p. 47.
Zinkon, Christopher, Alley Theatre. A Pry-Bar Holder; 1997, no. 33, p. 72.

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Devices

Archer, Richard, Cornell University. Low-Volume Rain; 2007, no. 1, p. 8.
Bell, Gregory, Carnegie Mellon University. A Shop-Built Cable Cylinder; 1993, no. 1, p. 1.
Bell, Gregory, Carnegie Mellon University. Air-Lift Casters: A Low-Cost Alternative; 1989, no. 8, p. 27.
Bell, Gregory, Florida State University. Tap-Water Hydraulic Power; 1995, no. 9, p. 24.
Bell, Gregory, Otterbein College. A Low-Tech Cable Winch; 1997, no. 2, p. 8.
Bender, Jim, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Locking Castors; 1987, no. 20, p. 53.
Brakhage, Peter, University of Delaware. Door-Opening Mechanism; 1995, no. 33, p. 82.
Brakhage, Peter W., University of Delaware PTTP/REP. Bucklejack; 2011, no. 8, p. 28.
Browning, William, University of Wisc.-Milwaukee. Pneumatic Lift Jack; 1987, no. 22, p. 57.
Cleveland, Elbin, University of South Carolina-Columbia. Caster Positioner for Revolving, Pivoting or Free Arcing Units; 1999, no. 9, p. 23.
Combs, Tim, The Theatre School, DePaul University, contributor: Jim Guy, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Cartmaster Casters; 2013, no. 2, p. 11
Dana, Claire, Charge Scenic Artist, Indiana Repertory Theatre; illustrations by Patricia L. Money, Artworks (Google SketchUp). Bread Racks and Pack Horses: Space-Saving Devices for Busy Paint Shops; 2011, no. 10, p. 32.
Decker, Steve, R.J. Duran, Matt Johnson, Kevin Peach, Terrell Phillips, and John Rhoades, Colorado State University. Enabling DMX512 Control of Old and New Performance Technologies; 2007, no. 5, p. 16.
Dionne, Richard, Purdue University. Mast-Lift Conversion for Use as a Person Lift; 2013, no. 4, p. 16
Fisher , Ed, The Juilliard School. Powered Lift Jacks; 1991, no. 14, p. 34.
Duke, Jason, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill / Playmakers Rep. Floating Air Caster; 1999, no. 16, p. 36.
Grayson, Phillip, James Madison University. Shop-Fabricated Aluminum Cylinder; 1991, no. 17, p. 42.
Hadsall, LukE, The 87 Cent Reed Switch; 2015, no 6, p19.
Johnson, Ann (University of Southern Calif.) and C. Kenneth Cole (Yale School of Drama), Pneumatic Cable Tensioner; 1991, no. 7, p. 20.
Johnson, Rachel, University of Wisconsin-Madison. An Inconspicuous Ladder; 2005, no. 20, p. 45.
Mayfield, Rick and Vince Basile, The University of Memphis. Arduino-Conrtolled Dowswer for Data Projector; 2013, no. 11, p. 32.
Meyer, Bill, CSU Fullerton. Fabric Flying Device for Hamlet; 2005, no. 23, p. 50.
Meyer, Bill, CSU Fullerton. Rotating Device for A Chorus Line Mirrors; 2005, no. 24, p. 52.
Navalinsky, David and Kyler Glaze, The University of Texas at Arlington. Cigarette Dropper; 2007, no. 19, p. 42.
Powers, Michael, University of Massachusetts. A Soft-jawed Fabric Release Mechanism; 2005, no. 28, p. 60.
Price , Scott and Dane Wostenberg, San Diego State University. Electromagnetic Door Latch System; 2007, no. 20, p. 43.
Rybiski, Chris, Wireless Solenoid Controller; 2015, no. 17, p. 43
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. Gridbits; 1999, no. 27, p. 59.
Skoug, Lucas, San Diego State University. The Permanent Electromagnet Streamer Drop; 2005, no. 37, p. 76.
Taylor, Douglas C., University of Missouri-KC. Air-Lift Castors for Scenery Movement; 1987, no. 18, p. 49.
Thoron, Ben, Liz Eisele, and Wendy Stymerski, Old Globe Theatre. The Paper/Doily Dropper; 2005, no. 39, p. 78.
Uhrick, Richard, Coe College. Cam Lock Lift Jacks; 1997, no. 30, p. 66.
Wallace. Patrick H., Shepherd University. God of Hell Sparkers; 2007, no. 29, p. 58.
Wlodarski, David, University of Idaho. A Low-Cost Band-Brake Winch; 1997, no. 32, p. 70.
Wujcik, Mark, Catholic University of America. Rice Cake Dropper; 2007, no. 31, p. 61.

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Sound

Brakhage, Peter, University of Delaware-PTTP. Pneumatic System Muffler; 1999, no. 3, p. 12.
Cardone, Jonathan, Yale School of Drama. A Cue-able Pro Tape Player; 1995, no. 8, p. 21.
Hadsall, LukE and Barnett, Rachel, PUL Wireless Microphone Belt Pack; 2015, no 14, p35
Hendrickson, Alan, Yale School of Drama. Multi-Pan: A Flexible Panning Device; 1989, no. 21, p. 79.
Jaffe, Robin, Auburn University. Shop-Made Acoustical Panels; 1997, no. 16, p. 42.
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. PVC/Paint Roller Pneumatic Muffler; 2001, no. 19, p. 44.
Simonsen, Martin and William Wirpel, University of Wisc.-Madison. Focusable Speaker Hanger; 1987, no. 12, p. 25.
Steinmetz, Brad, The Ohio State University. Audio Cable Continuity Tester; 2003, no. 24, p. 48.
Thatcher, Tom, Showboat Whistles or How to Build Steam Whistles; 2003, no. 25, p. 49.

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Special Effects

Pyrotechnics/Fire

Balk, Steven A., Theatre Projects. A Remote Control Flash Effect; 1989, no. 6, p. 19.
Bell, Gregory, Otterbein University. A Somewhat Different, Shop-Built Confetti Cannon; 2013, no. 1, p 8.
Boyd, John and Ben Thoron, Yale School of Drama. A Safe Lamp-Oil Torch; 1991, no. 8, p. 22.
Brakhage, Peter W., University of Delaware PTTP/REP. Firecracker Pan; 2011, no. 9, p. 30.
Brandvold, John, University of Minnesota. Butane Torch and Propane Chandelier; 1991, no. 6, p. 16.
Johnson, Steven Mark, Missouri Repertory Theatre. A Radio-Controlled Candle; 1987, no. 33, p. 91.
Logan, David, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Butane Torches; 1987, no. 31, p. 83.
Payne, Robin Lu, University of Delaware. Live Flame Altar; 1995, no. 18, p. 45.
Ray, Merel G., Indiana State University. Pippin’s Dragon; 2001, no. 16, p. 38.
Stephens, Richard D. and Charles Leslie, University of Texas-Austin. Fire Effects, or Every Time You Do a Greek Play Something Has To Burn; 1989, no. 13, p. 49.
Yule, Susan E., Seattle Repertory Theatre. Remote-Controlled Fire Effect; 1987, no. 34, p. 93.

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Electronics

Fretts, Chris and Patrick Wallace, Indiana Repertory Theatre. Laser Point Spike Mark; 2001, no. 3, p. 9.
Powers, Michael, The Meadow Brook Theatre. A Sound-Activated Effects Controller; 1999, no. 25, p. 54.
Seeley, Patrick J., Yale School of Drama. A Practical Switch Which Reacts to Ambient Light; 1993, no. 7, p. 20.
Thatcher, Tom, University of Minnesota-Duluth. Converting a Flash Bulb to a Strobe; 1999, no 29, p. 62.
Timmer, Matthew and Sarah O’Donnell, San Diego State University. The Motion Controller Simulator; 2003, no. 26, p. 51.

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Miscellaneous

Archer, Dick and Steve Brookhouse, Cornell University. The Drippy Dress; 2005, no. 1, p. 8.
Balk, Steven A., Museum/Science, Boston. Smell Pump; 1991, no. 25, p. 61.
Blanford, Meghan O’Brien and Peter Brakhage, University of Delaware PTTP/REP. Fugitive Dye Blood; 2011, no. 7, p. 26.
Bowen, Robert, University of Texas-Austin. Bleeding Garrotte; 1991, no. 4, p. 9.
Brakhage, Peter, University of Delaware. Flag-O-Matic; 2003, no. 2, p. 9.
Carson, A. D., Pittsburgh Public Theatre. Rain for Iguana; 1995, no. 11, p. 28.
Cascella, Tom, Towson State University. Remote Release; 1993, no. 4, p. 12.
Cornelius, Keith, Emerson College. A Weeping Window Effect; 2007, no. 4, p. 14.
East, Ken, University of Delaware. The Rain Machine; 1991, no. 31, p. 78.
Engler, Mark, University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Cracked Oil Fogger; 1999, no. 17, p. 38.
Fretts, Chris, The Indiana Repertory Theatre. The Moveable Rainstorm; 2005, no. 14, p. 34.
Gettelman, Kyle Kevin, University of Virginia. The Tricky Doors of Scapin; 2007, no. 10, p. 25.
Knapp, Jim and Mark Shanda, The Ohio State University. A Fog Cooling Unit for Remote-Controlled Fog; 2001, no. 6, p. 16.
Maxfield, Adam and Pates, Laura, No Rain Delay; 2015, no 13, p33
McKenzie, M. Craig and Martin Pike, Berkeley Repertory Theatre. A Rain Curtain; 1991, no. 18, p. 45.
McKinney, Matthew, University of Nevada, Reno. An Economical Solution for Massive Amounts of Stage Blood; 2011, no. 15, p. 44.
Panttaja, Dean, Univ. of Idaho. Dry Ice Maker; 1995, no. 14, p. 36.
Pater, Stephen and Diane McGeen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Fluid Delivery System (Blood Effect); 1987, no. 32, p. 87.
Powers, Michael, University of Massachusetts. Inflating a Puppet with CO2; 2005, no. 27, p. 58.
Rolleri, Michael and Richard Piles, Oh, That Magic Grass; 2003, no. 18, p. 37.
Rolleri, Michael and Will Leonard, UNC Chapel Hill. Making the Dead Rise Again; 2005, no. 32, p. 67.
Schreiber, Loren, Old Globe Theatre. The Tempus Fugit Machine; 1995, no. 13, p. 33.
Schreiber, Loren, Michael Pasaretti and Justin Harris, San Diego State University. Articulating Angel Wings for Angels in America; 2005, no. 35, p. 72.
Shanda, Mark and Jim Knapp, The Ohio State University. The “Uncommon” Letter Delivery System; 2003, no. 20, p. 41.
Smith, Wayne, DePaul University. Low-Cost Radio Remote Control; 2003, no. 23, p. 46.
Thatcher, Tom, Central College. A Folding Crane; 2007, no. 26, p. 52.
Uhrick, Richard, Otterbein College. Opening a Door Remotely; 2007, no. 28, p. 56.
Wallace, Patrick, Shepard University. Bullet Wound Beer Geyser Effect; 2005, no. 43, p. 84.

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Stage Mechanics

Brinker, Dan, Pennsylvania State University. Angle Crane; 2005, no. 6, p. 17.
Dahl, Adam, Hamline University. The Piston Solution—Eurocast; 2003, no. 6, p.16.
Delaney, B.R., North Carolina School of the Arts. Zero-Fleet Winch Sheaves; 2007, no. 6, p. 18.
Neville, Tom, The Guthrie Theatre. Caron Staircase; 1987, no. 21, p. 55.
Neville, Tom, The Guthrie Theatre. Large Capacity Hydraulic Elevator; 1987, no. 25, p. 67.
Pavloff, Martin, Seattle Repertory Theatre. Step/Trap, Modular Units; 1987, no. 6, p. 11.
Powers, Michael, University of Massachusetts, A Heavy Duty Roller Chain Tension Device; 2003, no. 16, p. 33.
Rybkowski, Ron, Truman State University. Snow Trough; 2001, no. 17, p. 40.
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. The Alligator Winch; 2007, no. 24, p. 49.
Schreiber, Loren, San Diego State University. A Simple, Compact Manual Winch; 2005, no. 36, p. 74.

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Stage Rigging

Systems & Components

Boevers, David, Chicago Scenic Studios. Flexible Spot-Sheaves for Counterweight Systems; 1997, no. 4, p. 14.
Bradley, Gary, Richmond Gateway Theatre. A Non-Interacting Flying Rig; 1989, no. 14, p. 53.
Cleveland, Elbin, University of South Carolina. Clevair Lift; 1997, no. 8, p. 22.
Cleveland, Elbin, University of South Carolina-Columbia. Roller Rigging Fly System for Theatres with Little or No Fly Space; 1999, no. 10, p. 25.
Hall, Delbert and Tracy Nunnally, University of Tennessee. The DAT Performer Flying System; 2005, no. 18, p. 42.
Hutchison, Jim, The Ohio State University. The “Hutch Cap” for Rigging Light Booms; 2003, no. 10, p. 23.
Kempf, James, Yale School of Drama. Gimbled Flying Scenery; 1997, no. 17, p. 44.
Lagerquist, John, South Coast Repertory. Cable and Pneumatic Drop Rig; 2001, no. 9, p. 24.
McKinney, Mathew, San Diego State University. Skate Wheel Scenery Carrier; 2005, no. 21, p. 47.
Mitchell, Chuck, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Air Release; 2001, no. 12, p. 30.
Morris, Christopher and Ben Thoron, Old Globe Theatre. Roll Drop Retractor; 2001, no. 13, p. 32.
Rees, Stephen, SUNY Fredonia. A Retrofit Spreader Plate; 2005, no. 31, p. 66.
Rees, Stephen E., SUNY-Fredonia. A Wire Rope Keeper Device; 2007, no. 22, p. 47.
Robbins-Zust, Maia, Williams College and Berkshire Opera Company. The Silent Carrier; 2003, no. 17, p. 35.
Staicer, Judy, Stage Door Theatre Company. A Drop-and-Tear-Away Curtain for a Small Space; 2001, no. 22, p. 50.
Stroemel, Mo, Penn State School of Theatre. Remote-Controlled Window Drop; 2001, no. 23, p. 52.

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Tests & Techniques

Brakhage, Peter and Ken East, University of Delaware. Laser Hanging-Point Spotter; 1991, no. 20, p. 50.
Bryan, Gregory and William Kaiser, Ohio State University. Constructing a Rope Lock; 1987, no. 26, p. 69.
Burgess, John R., Memphis State University. Banner-Dropping Device; 1991, no. 21, p. 52.
Catalano, Cosmo, Williams College. A Remotely Operated Traveler; 1993, no. 22, p. 70.
Harvey, Don, Yale School of Drama. Counterweighting for Drawbridges; 1993, no. 20, p. 63.
McKenzie, M. Craig and Martin Pike, Berkeley Repertory Theatre. A Trip-Hang Release Box; 1991, no. 16, p. 40.

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Costumes

Headware & Wigs

Bledstein, Hannah, University of Illinois Rep. Theatre. Ethafoam Wigs; 1997, no. 3, p. 11.
Brown, Susan S. B., Ashland University. Early Victorian Bonnets; 1997, no. 5, p. 15.
Lillig, Lisa, University of Illinois. Rubberband Wig; 1993, no. 24, p. 79.
Macey, Kathleen, SUNY at Oswego. The Inexpensive Wig; 1999, no. 22, p. 50.
Mattus, Martha, Freelance Costumer. A Ribbon Wig; 1991, no. 27, p. 66.
Mooney, Kenneth F., University of Texas-Austin. Building a Late Gothic Reticulated Headdress; 1989, no. 23, p. 85.
Rosefeldt, Peggy W., Freelance. Medieval Hats from Pipe Insulation; 1997, no. 25, p. 57.
Townsend, Daniel, University of Kentucky. Fabricating Wigs for Madame Butterfly; 2005, no. 42, p. 82.

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Masks

Cleveland, Annie O. and M. Barrett Cleveland, Colorado State University. Masking the Fox: Leather Masks for Volpone; 1993, no. 15, p. 47.
Copenhagen, Mary K., Wayne State University. Creating Realistic African Masks for the Stage; 2005, no. 10, p. 26.
Donnelly, Richard E., University of Notre Dame. Making Masks from Pantyhose and Fiberfill; 1995, no. 32, p. 78.
Goodman, Kathryn L. and Raymond Kent, Southern Illinois University. Good Masks of Setzuan; 2001, no. 4, p. 11.
Lautenberger, Frances, University of Alaska-Anchorage. Foam Masks; 1991, no. 29, p. 73.
Maughan, David and Rooth Varland, University of Mississippi. Flexible Pellon Masks; 1997, no. 21, p. 51.
McClung, Mary, West Virginia University. Polyurethane Cold Foam Mask Making; 2013, no. 12, p. 35.
Najar, Jean, The Ohio State University. Draping Animal Heads; 2001, no. 14, p. 33.
Naum, Susan Holls, Boarshead Theatre. Watercolor Paper Animal Masks; 1995, no. 15, p. 38.
Williams, Shelly, San Diego State University. The Skryker: Who’s Human, Who’s Not?; 2001, no. 25, p. 56.

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Apparel

Brookfield, Kathie, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. The Use of Plastic Findings for an Elizabethan Silhouette; 1993, no. 17, p. 54.
Brown-Strauss, Susan, Shannon Madden, Effie Rosbert and Jess McNiel, Western Carolina University. Plastic Corsets; 1997, no. 6, p. 17.
Copenhagen, Mary K., Wayne State University. Plastic Canvas as a Costuming Substructure; 1995, no. 22, p. 53.
Dasher, Jen, Lisa Burgess, and John Shimon, The University of Maryland. To Float Like a Firefly: LEDs That Don’t Affect Fabric Drape; 2013, no. 3, p. 15.
Duffield, Christine, Freelance Designer. Sci-Fi Armor from Egg Cartons, Fishing Net and Felt; 1999, no. 15, p. 34.
Duffield, Christine, San Diego State University. Ubu-Roi-Transformer Armor; 1997, no. 12, p. 34.
Faszholz, Sarah, University of Texas-Austin. Adventures in Middle Earth on $1.37/Day, or a Dragon for $20.00; 1989, no. 5, p. 13.
Ferrell, Crystal K., Nazareth College, Rochester. “Sculpt or Coat” Cape; 1995, no. 31, p. 78.
Flood, Kristine, Southern Illinois University. The Adaptation of a Shakespearean Character for Dance; 2003, no. 8, p. 20.
Gardner, Josie, Jim Wauford and Laurie Kurutz, University of Washington. A New Way to Corset; 1993, no. 5, p. 14.
Glover, Julie, Impossibly Possible: The Broadway Look Without the Broadway Budget for a Transforming Dress; 2015, no 15, p. 38.
Gwinup, Gail and Pat Sullivan, The Guthrie Theatre. Silk Turned Stretchy; 1991, no. 30, p. 76.
Karjala, Jodi, Drip Irrigation Tubing as Structural Armature: How We Found a Wooly Mammoth at the Home and Garden Center; 2015, no 9, p24.
Lyman, Maren, San Diego State University. Assembly Line Armor; 2001, no. 10, p. 26.
Maginnis, Tara, University of Alaska-Fairbanks. The Omni-Costume or 32 Ways to a Period Silhouette; 1993, no. 23, p. 75.
Meaden, Wendy, Butler University. The Material World: CD Wallpaper Vests; 2007, no. 15, p. 35.
Meaden, Wendy, Butler University. Metal Corset Crown; 2005, no. 22, p. 48.
Muscha, Colleen, Florida State University. Craft Techniques Using Corrugated Plastic for a Tug Boat Costume; 2011, no. 16, p. 45.
Stevens, Mark, University of Southern California. One-Man Cow Costume; 1993, no. 12, p. 37.
Tavares, Teri, San Diego State University. Ubu Roi - Pa & Ma Ubu; 1997, no. 28, p. 62.
Turnbull, Cynthia, Denison University. Foam Jester Shoes; 1997, no. 29, p. 64.
Weiss, Julia, The Ohio State University. Shoe Extensions; 2001, no. 24, p. 54.

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Puppets and Padding

Bengford, Angela, University of Ohio. Puppet Design; 2005, no. 4, p. 13.
Brookfield, Kathie, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Lightweight Full-Body Padding; 1999, no. 7, p. 19.
Brown-Strauss, Susan and Effie Rosbert, Western Carolina University. Wings; 1999, no. 8, p. 21.
Copenhagen, Mary, Wayne State University. Building a Better Munchkin; 1999, no. 11, p. 26.
Copenhagen, Mary, Wayne State University. A Ghost with an Attitude; 1997, no. 10, p. 27.
Domanski, Christopher M., Wayne State University. Much Larger Than Life; 1999, no. 13, p. 30.
Einbinder, Cory. Developing a Video Puppet for the World-Premiere Production of Erin Coutney’s The Service Road; 2013, no. 6, p. 20.
Kremer, Jan Kayleen, University of Texas-Austin. Body Building: All Gain, No Pain; 1989, no. 4, p. 11.
St. Pierre, Valarie, San Diego State University. Creature Feature; 2001, no. 21, p. 48.

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Miscellaneous

Argetsinger Gail, The College at Brockport, State University of New York. Equus Horse Heads and Platform Hooves; 2011, no. 2, p. 10.
Brookfield, Kathie, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Costume Shop Cutting Table; 1999, no. 6, p. 17.
Lasron, Kalen, Proscenium Sized Butterfly Wings; 2015, no 11, p. 29.
Malone, Angie. Recreating Balinese Accessories with Fun Foam; 2013, no. 10, p. 29.
St. Pierre, Valarie, San Diego State University. The Mask of Quick Change; 1999, no. 26, p. 58.
Weiss, Julia, The Ohio State University. Floating Dresses—Working with Thermoplastics; 2003, no. 28, p. 54.

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