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Classic TV Residences as Never Before Seen! “Honey, I’m Home!”

With her degree in architecture and passion for set design, Marina Coates takes you on a unique and dazzling tour of famous TV homes. This is a world premiere event!

$18 (1.5 hrs)

Category: Presentation, Talk, CAMP Theater

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Marina Coates has a degree in architecture, a passion for classic television, an obsession for set design, and a talent for 3D graphics. She brings it all together in this richly detailed and unique program of video tours of accurately recreated residences from our favorite midcentury television shows.  Step back in time as Marina guides us through the living spaces of the Petries (Dick Van Dyke Show), the Ricardos (I Love Lucy), the Stephens (Bewitched), the Cleavers (Leave It to Beaver), the Bradys (Brady Bunch), and more.

Honey, I’m Home! is a fun and fresh take on Modernism Week’s commitment to architecture and design that recalls our collective past. It’s not just a nostalgic romp through the familiar. You’ll also experience the unfamiliar, like:
  • Rooms and locales referenced in the shows but never seen
  • Views of the sets from angles previously unseen by viewers, including from the actors’ perspective
  • Complete floorplans
  • True or intended colors of shows shot in black-and-white
  • Details shown thousands of times on screen but rarely noticed
  • Accurately visualized “fourth walls”—the ones never seen because it’s where cameras and crew are positioned
Plus, you’ll experience extras created exclusively for Modernism Week, like:
  • Live commentary illuminating each tour
  • Between-tour interviews for context and insight
  • World premiere material
  • Audience Q&A
  • Related celebrity interviews, behind-the-scenes outtakes, reviews of set design changes over time, and some surprises
Program producer and host Eric Chiel previously brought to Modernism Week Anne Serling’s My Dad, Rod Serling and Ron Hicklin: The Most Famous Voice You Never Heard Of. This program continues his exploration of American popular culture.

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Things to Know
This event is for 
12 and older.
Ample free public parking is available.
Enter underground parking at Hyatt on Palm Canyon Drive or in the multi-level public garage across from the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Handicap parking is available.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
The organizer of this event is Modernism Week.

Event Check-in Location
Modernism Week Theater At CAMP

Hyatt Palm Springs
285 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
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Photo Credits: Designed by Eric Chiel from online sources

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