Special Effects Designer Waldo Warshaw (A Behanding In Spokane and Lieutenant of Inishmore) was recently featured in The New York Times.
His effects are part of the Management’s The House of Macramé, a new pop musical with book by Joshua Conkel and music and lyrics by Matt Marks.
The feature story explores the logistics, rehearsal and mechanics behind creating realistic blood effects onstage every night. Starting with the design phase, Warshaw investigates the injury sustained, the trajectory of the blood, planning the effect’s execution and even mixing the most realistic blood.
Kudos to Waldo Warshaw on his eye catching special effects that continue to shock audiences.
Read the entire story here.