Gargoyle of Surprise Mask

The Gargoyle mask as a head piece for The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The term gargoyle originates from the French word Gargouille which in English means throat or gullet. The term in Italian when it has an architecturally precise phrase which means protruding gutter.

This creature was created for a production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame at The Erie Playhouse in 2018.

This Gargoyle Mask is a head piece worn on top of the actors head like a hat.

It’s not easy being a gargoyle

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The Gargoyle mask as a head piece for The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The term gargoyle originates from the French word Gargouille which in English means throat or gullet. The term in Italian when it has an architecturally precise phrase which means protruding gutter.

This creature was created for a production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame at The Erie Playhouse in 2018.

This Gargoyle Mask is a head piece worn on top of the actors head like a hat.

It’s not easy being a gargoyle