For their version of “Phantom of the Opera,” Vox Lumiere combined steampunk and silent film, and no white mask.
In a new reimagining of Lapine and Sondheim’s fairy-tale musical, 11 actors play all the roles and all the instruments—and the set itself is an instrument.
PigPen Theatre Company creates a new folktale using shadow puppetry and a homegrown aesthetic.
A retrospective, with images, on the work of set designer Ming Cho Lee.
How director Liesl Tommy and costume designer Jacob A. Climber contemporized “Les Misérables” for its run at the Dallas Theater Center.
Director Shawn Sides and set designer Mimi Lien talk about the design concept for their show at Lincoln Center Theater in New York City.
How the production team at Lookingglass Theatre conjures a fairy tale using minimal props, aerial effects and window markers.
Natsu Onoda Power, Luciana Stecconi, and Jared Mezzocchi talk about designing David Henry Hwang’s “Yellow Face” at Theater J in Washington D.C.
Designers for a play told from a pigeon’s point of view give details of the set development.
How the design team for David Adjmi’s “Marie Antoinette,” tackled downsizing the play for a smaller black box space.