Rebecca’s fascination with prop design and creation first started at Atlanta’s Zombie Apocalypse and Folklore Haunted House where she worked specifically with horror make-up and assisting in prop fabrication. During her time at Webster University’s Conservatory, she further expanded her love of details and how they improve a production. Throughout her four-year journey at Webster, Rebecca honed her craft working on 15 productions, including period pieces and musicals. She has taken specialty classes on upholstery, scene painting, scene & costume design, and make-up. Additionally, she completed an Independent Learning Experience on Prop Design. While working with The St Louis Opera, she gained more real-world experience working with props. Great performances are not complete without the magic created by the right props and scenic painting. It is being part of the magic which inspires Rebecca.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Scenic Painting with additional instruction in Technical Direction, Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri Graduation date: May 2021
EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
Props Fabrication, Prop Research, Prop Storage, Simple Upholstery, Newspaper Prop Assembly, Foam Carving, Basic Power Tools, Painting, Texture Effects and Techniques, Pneumatic Sprayer, Gold Leafing, Mold Making, Latex Makeup Application, Machine and Hand Sewing, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Editing, Proficient in Mac and PC, AutoCAD Basics, Archery, Fencing, Soldering, Valid US Passport