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Trap by Stephen Gregg - Glasses

  • 1.  Trap by Stephen Gregg - Glasses

    Posted 20 days ago
    Hello! Does anyone have the red eye glasses needed for Trap that you're looking to part with? Or know where I can get some?

    Thank you!

    Alexandra Uranga
    Drama Director
    Cleveland High School

  • 2.  RE: Trap by Stephen Gregg - Glasses

    Posted 19 days ago


    I purchased a bunch of pairs of cheap frames or readers, I can't remember.  I bought them in bulk from Direct Supply.  It took like 8 weeks for them to arrive, so I caution you on that particular supplier.  Anywho, then I bought red finger lights from Oriental Trading and slid them onto the arms of the glasses.  In the blackout, the kids put the glasses on, then turned on the lights - and they came on iwith momentarily different timing, which actually ended up being fantastic!  Good luck!

    Amber Hugus
    Seneca Valley High School

  • 3.  RE: Trap by Stephen Gregg - Glasses

    Posted 19 days ago
    Much like Amber's response, we bought cheap sunglasses from the Dollar Tree and then slipped clip on mini reading lights on each arm (purchased from Amazon):

    Red fingernail polish transformed them into parasite eyes. It worked and created a nice effect in the darkness.

    Break a leg. Fun show.

    Rich Luedeke
    Blackhawk Christian Theatre
    Fort Wayne, IN

  • 4.  RE: Trap by Stephen Gregg - Glasses

    Posted 19 days ago
    We used plastic clear goggles and red fairy lights that the students could put on and turn on during the dark - it was cool!
    My old school may still have them (Twinsburg), but it really wasn't that expense to create.

    Erin Bennett
    Theatre and Director
    Archbishop Hoban High School