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  • Guest Scenic Painter/Charge May 16, 2022
    Job Dates 06/12/22 – 06/26/22 Florida Studio Theatre, a LORT D theatre in Sarasota, seeks a Guest Scenic Painter to lead Scenic Charge for our production of MAYTAG VIRGIN by Audrey Cefaly. Arrival June 12, paint dates are June 13 – June 25, departure June 26. MAYTAG VIRGIN features Scenic Design by Pedro Guevara, who
  • Charge Scenic Artist May 16, 2022
    Peninsula Players, in beautiful Door County Wisconsin, is seeking a Scenic Charge Artists for two shows of its 86th summer season. Show 1.  Write Me a Murder, by Frederick Knott.  Directed by Greg Vinkler, Scenic Design by Jack Magaw.  The show opens on July 6th; arrival date June 26th (10 days before opening). Show 2. 
  • ASSISTANT SCENIC ARTIST May 4, 2022
    ASSISTANT SCENIC ARTIST Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, Maine seeks experienced ASSISTANT SCENIC ARTISTS for our 2022 Season and Youth Programs productions. Approximate dates of employment vary per position between May and November, 2022. Ideal Candidate: Must be detail-oriented and remain focused in a fast paced working environment with some non-traditional hours. Experienced, exceptional painting skills are
  • Scenic Artist May 4, 2022
    Come work in beautiful and historic Arrow Rock, Missouri at Mid Missouri’s oldest professional theatre!  Arrow Rock Lyceum attracts audiences from across the state and actors/staff from across the country.  Arrow Rock Lyceum is an AEA member. The Scenic Artist works to bring the scenic design to life with collaboration from the Scenic Designer and
  • Scenic Painter May 2, 2022
    Job Dates 06/27/22 – 08/28/22 The North Country Center for the Arts at Jean’s Playhouse, a 260-seat traditional summer stock theatre located in the rural resort town of Lincoln, NH, is seeking a Scenic Painter for its 2022 Summer Season, which will feature an outdoor concert version of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, as well as

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  • Reply To: Chrome Paint April 4, 2022
    Yes, that Mirror is expensive and it rubs off too.
    Lily Mathiszig-lee
  • Reply To: Chrome Paint April 4, 2022
    Hi there and thanks for the suggestions. We do need to handle the car, actors and all, so it needs to be durable. We have a spray booth and all those options so I can do that if I can find something that works. Looks like the spaz stix is out of stock but I’ll  […]
    Jeffrey Cook
  • Reply To: Chrome Paint April 4, 2022
    The best aerosol mirror chrome paint ive used is SpatzStix: https://www.hobbyrecreationproducts.com/pages/search-results-page?collection=spazstix-ultimate-mirror-chrome It is actually a pretty decent “mirror” finish. We tested a whole bunch of products for some giant mirrored chrome xmas ornaments a few years back. They make a sealer that goes with the system and makes it more durable but it detracted from […]
    hlmccarthy
  • Reply To: Chrome Paint March 31, 2022
    Hi Jeffrey, I’m in the UK so products may differ slightly, but unfortunately chrome does have to be sprayed to look good. The best way is to prep, gloss black (or grey depending on the tone of the chrome), spray a layer of chrome (tiny metallic fragments in solvent), use a 2K gloss laquer and […]
    Lily Mathiszig-lee
  • Chrome Paint March 24, 2022
    Hi All~ We are putting a car on stage. Sigh. I need to match damaged chrome and in some cases mixed material to the actual chrome. I see this paint called Mirror, which looks like it might need to be sprayed. The Rustoleum mirror is not very good. Other thoughts from anyone to paint chrome? […]
    Jeffrey Cook

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  • Foam Carving March 14, 2022
    It’s useful, it’s versatile, it’s everyone’s favorite product…foam! Let me acknowledge that foam can be a very dangerous material when not treated with care and respect. No respirator cartridge can filter out all of the bad stuff that comes out of foam when you break it down chemically. Acetone and hot knives were the processes […]
  • Hole-y Scrim! January 5, 2022
    Happy New Year from the Scenic Route Blog! Working with Scrim can be an enjoyable experience for the kind of effect it can have when used in a show.  The bad side of working with Scrim is when you get a pesky hole that ruins said effect.  Mary Novodvorsky has written a detailed article (with […]

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