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Faculty: Clelia Scala

Clelia Scala
Clelia Scala is a mask and puppet designer, installation artist, and illustrator. She makes masks and puppets for theatre and currently teaches theatre, mask, and puppet design at the Dan School of Drama & Music at Queen's University. Recent theatre credits include mask design for Bonds of Interest by Jacinto Benavente (Odyssey Theatre, 2019); puppet design for The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane Mosquito by Tomson Highway (Carousel Players, 2019); mask design for The Medium by Gian Carlo Menotti (University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2019), mask and puppet design for Birds by Aristophanes and adapted by Jennifer Wise (Queen's University, 2018); puppeteering for 1991 (Guilty by Association, 2018); puppet and mask design for Shotgun Wedding: Cirque Cabaret (Zacada Circus/Greg Frewin Theatre, 2017); and mask and puppet design for Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures (Carousel Players, 2017).

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