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PHOTO GALLERY: Fantasy transformation through stage makeup

Monday, October 25, 2010 | 9:44 p.m. CDT
From left, MU sophomore Jessica Duncan, senior Fraisia Logan and graduate student Andy Pierce apply fantasy makeup during a class Monday afternoon at Rhynsburger Theatre. Pierce's stage makeup class was doing a lesson on fantasy makeup. Duncan was becoming a dinosaur emerging from an egg, and Logan was becoming a brick wall. Pierce was testing a new kind of stage makeup.

 COLUMBIA — The MU stage makeup class transformed into trees, brick walls and aliens as they experimented with fantasy makeup Monday afternoon.

Sophomore Hannah Spratt applies black pencil as she transforms herself into an "undead" Mr. Spock from "Star Trek." Spratt, a major in technical theater and English, is a student in a stage makeup class at MU.
MU senior Gwen Bobbitt, a classical languages major, mixes stage makeup during a class Monday at Rhynsburger Theatre. Bobbitt was painting herself to become a tree.
MU sophomore Jessica Duncan prepares her face for her fantasy stage makeup Monday at Rhynsburger Theatre.
Watercolor stage makeup lies scattered across a counter during an MU stage makeup class at Rhynsburger Theatre on Monday.
From left, MU sophomore Rachel Davis and junior Jade Li get advice about their stage makeup from instructor Andy Pierce, a graduate student. Davis was transforming herself into a broken alien, while Li was becoming a Japanese painting of Mount Fuji.

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Emoke Bebiak October 26, 2010 | 3:24 p.m.

I love these pictures!!
As a theatre major graduate, these pictures bring back some good memories!
Great job!

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Amber Hanneken October 26, 2010 | 8:10 p.m.

I really wish there were a pic that shows what all their faces looked like in the end. :/ Several of the cutlines allude to some interesting things but then you don't show any of them. This is something I've noticed with the Missourian a lot lately.

I'd rather see more slideshows with a lot of photos that tell the full story than a handful of artistic photos that leave me hanging.

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