Behind the scenes of "Spamalot"
Date: 7/17/2014 Album ID: 1824817
Photos by SYLVIA BRYAN | Special to the Daily News
NWFSC technical theater student Logan Clinkingbeard of Fort Walton Beach works as the show’s audio assistant.
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Jennifer Boudette, Mattie Kelly Arts Center costume designer, is creating everything from brash sequined Las Vegas- style attire  to costumes  that harken of muddy medieval  squalor for the comedy “Spamalot,” more than 500 individual pieces including armor
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Audrey Bailey, 79, is shown painting the set of her 36th show at the college. She also is serving as British accent coach.
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Olivia Rivera of Niceville is an NWFSC student and technical theater major and is in charge of the host of props for “Spamalot.” She is shown working on the Holy Hand Grenade.
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Wig master and costume builder Dakota Blankenship is a first year NWFSC student and alumnus of the Fort Walton Beach High School theater program. He plans to major in technical theater and make a career of working backstage for touring or Broadway shows.
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Clint Mahle, Mattie Kelly Arts Center set designer works to create clouds for “Spamalot,” Mahle is working on his 15th summer musical for the college and his 42nd college production as resident scenic designer.
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Recent high school graduate and incoming Northwest Florida State College student in the fall, Lydia Phillips is volunteering as tech crew this summer on “Spamalot,” working on part of the set.
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