Tag: set design

paint roller on a wall
Theatre Education

Painting the scene

BY SEAN O’SKEA If the thought of painting your scenery makes you shudder, don’t be ashamed. Many theatre educators have remarkably little training in scenic art. Most only get a

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a character pulls the rope of one of three large bells on the stage
Theatre Education

Architects of the stage

By Mike Lawler In many ways, the theatrical scene designer is much like a conventional architect. Like the architect, the designer must be adept at visualizing that which does not

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big river set design
Theatre Education

Directing the design

By Joe Deer Scenery can tell the audience a great deal about the world they’re entering, and support the director’s ideas about mood, conflict, and themes. It offers visual interest

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