I'd say it happened this past year. The play I did. Dangerous Liaisons
(click to see the set photos and reviews).
WM: The set design.
RC: Yes. I was really proud of that. We got some great reviews.
WM: Your certainly did. The sets were gorgeous.
RC: Actually, right now I'm putting together my resume for possibly another play.
WM: How are you going to fit that in with the 60 hours a week on Invasion?
RC: That's just it. I don't know if I'll be able to do it. Invasion takes a lot of my time.
WM: But you enjoy the work. Do you have plans of moving from set dressing to more design?
RC: No, there are people who sit ina room with tables and figure out where a wall goes. What paint to use. I find the pictures, the tables. . .
WM: Not stuck in a room.
WM: I think an entertainment channel ran a special calling set dressing one of the coolest jobs in Hollywood.
RC: I find that very hard to beleieve. It isn't. It is very physical. You are always moving something or adjusting it. Now production designers - they really create the look of the scene. The woman that works on Invasion. Sometimes I just watch her work. It is very interesting.