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Inside Concord Floral

Under the heat of the lights, covered in a stranger’s clothes, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the stage – this is when the actor’s transformation comes to life. During Theatre Kingston’s production of Jordan Tannahill’s Concord Floral, the audience and actors are seated inside an abandoned greenhouse – or at least, a stage mimicking a greenhouse through set design by Sean Mulcahy and lighting by Jennifer Lennon. As both an actor and an assistant director in this production, Naseem’s research focuses on costume, lighting, set and staging, and their transformative effects on the actor’s experience as they become a character.
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Photographer's affiliation: 
Undergraduate student
Academic areas: 
Arts and Science
Inside Concord Floral
Undergraduate student
Faculty of Arts and Science
Dan School of Drama and Music
Mobilizing Creativity and Enabling Cultures
Creative Production and Expression
Location of photograph: 
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, Queen's University
Photographer's name: 
Naseem Loloie
Display Photographers Affiltion + Faculty or Department: 
Undergraduate Student, Dan School of Drama and Music