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Rand Angelicola, a long-time maker of movie and Broadway sets, as well as acquaintance of theater teacher Pam Ricker, has been assisting with teaching the finer aspects of everything from prop and set design to following through and making everything at a level quite above the normal in-class standard for the past few weeks. One such piece was, for those of you who saw it, the head for the Chinese dragon in the block one eighth grade production of “Mulan.” Initially it was designed by Angelicola, then put together by the students and finally painted by both as a lesson in painting.
When asked how she had come into contact with Angelicola, Ricker informed Lasso Online that he had worked with her father on multiple productions over the past 25 years. The head of the set design department at the local school pointed out Angelicola as one of his more promising students and “he [Ricker’s father] hired him on the spot,” said Ricker.
Angelicola has expressed interest in returning to help the GMHS theatre community in the future. In the meantime he will return to
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