Ramblings Episode 1345: The Future of Theater Set Design

We saw Anastasia, our final Broadway in Detroit play for the season, and I thoroughly enjoyed it while having my mind blown by their ability to vary the location.

Run time: 21:38

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One comment on “Ramblings Episode 1345: The Future of Theater Set Design
  1. Gary Goodman says:

    At first, I was thinking that theater should always be about what they can do with physical props, sets, lighting, wires and so on. To me I enjoy when they come up with fantastical ways to fool the mind. Like the scene at the end of Les Mis when the Javert jumps off the bridge. The one we saw lifted the bridge section on wires while the actor pretended to fall. But, after thinking about it for a while I decided, why not go the digital route? Like you said, it opens the possibilities for new and interesting ways to enhance a live performance.

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