D&P students and faculty worked on the "Freak Fight" television pilot during the 2015-16 academic year.

“A freak is anyone who doesn’t fit the norm,” says Jonathan Judge, co-creator and director of “Freak Fight,” a television pilot project about a teenage girl who breaks into a secret battle league to uncover the mysterious circumstances of her father’s disappearance. 

The yearlong project certainly did not fit the norm for Wig and MakeupCostume Designand Costume Technology students in the School of Design & Production  at UNC School of the Arts who helped to bring the freaks to life. A one-time joint course offering between the two programs, “The Monster Class,” allowed for collaborations on everything, ranging from prosthetics to animatronics. 

Are you ready to get your freak on? 

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"Freak Fight" Behind the Scenes

 

Originally written by Hannah Callaway. Published February 27, 2018.

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