At the Fisher Center at Bard College, director Daniel Fish reimagines Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic in the round, with no set changes and a focus on community.
In the Goodman’s production of August Wilson’s classic, the creative team wrapped a coal-dusted city around a struggling diner.
Serenbe Playhouse set their timeless production of Tennessee Williams’s classic in a confined and contemporary space.
The design team explains how they constructed an Airstream trailer—and the Rocky Mountains—inside a low-ceilinged black box.
How set designer Louisa Thompson, and the creative team at Soho Rep, turned an empty storefront into a hyper-realistic yet fantastical laundromat.
The design team of ‘Airline Highway’ by Lisa D’Amour, currently on Broadway, took a real-life New Orleans motel and put it onstage.
The design team of ‘The Second Girl’ at Huntington Theatre Company go hyper-realistic, creating a real working kitchen, where the cast members could clean, iron and cook a real chicken
For their version of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale, the design team at the Alley Theatre channeled the ghost of Edward Gorey.
An eight-foot-tall puppet Cruella de Vil and mod hair anchor Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and Imagination Stage’s coproduction of ‘101 Dalmatians.’
Artists at Arden Theatre, Synetic Theater and Theatre Britain talk putting an original, non-Disney spin on “Beauty and the Beast.”