Peter and the Starcatcher

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Scenic Design by Regina Garcia

Load-In Photo
Load-In Photo
Load-In Photo
Load-In Photo
Drafting - Pike Framing
Drafting - Pike Framing

The giant curved ramp central to the design was referred to as the "pike". Steel framing to create the foundation of the curve was based on a core framing design seen here. CNC'd plywood curves were attached to the faceted curve of the steel framing to create a smooth attachment surface for a double-layer of bendy ply.

Drafting - Pike Framing
Drafting - Pike Framing

The pike was broken into wagons and headers for trucking - only two vertical seams were used for changeovers. Curved ladders were inset into the pike's curved surface and used often by cast members.

Drafting - Pike Framing
Drafting - Pike Framing

One of four pike wagons seen here.

Drafting - Pike Cladding
Drafting - Pike Cladding

The same wagon, with cladding instructions.

Drafting - Pike Framing
Drafting - Pike Framing

One of three headers seen here.

Drafting - Pike Cladding
Drafting - Pike Cladding

The same header, with cladding instructions.

Drafting - Pike Escapes
Drafting - Pike Escapes

A stock spiral stair unit was integrated into the design.

Drafting - Pike Doors
Drafting - Pike Doors

Two sets of double-doors were part of the pike. They were installed with quick-release spring hinges for removal at intermission.