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I want to create the settings with furniture and had this idea about actors holding items like a lampshade and have a blub in their mouth to "be" the lamp - this image struck me because it helped show the sleekness this could be

This tunnel was made out of paper or card stock . It's something that looks. Very dramatic and wecould do

Old Vic Tunnels

Tunnel 228 is the very first exhibition at the Old Vic Tunnels, Waterloo London, by Punchdrunk. This is a walk through forest made of paper, It was made to create a momentary experiences for the audience. - Inspiration for 2015 HALLOWEEN party

Hyung Su Kim/Hyo Jin Kim: Madame Freedom, at REDCAT, DTLA. The Seoul­based multimedia collaboration presented the US premiere of their immersive performance, synthesizing interactive dance with opulent video installations

Lighting effect for Lion. Rope lights or Christmas lights secured behind set pieces that might be hung like the cross in Much Ado.

Mephisto, rien qu'un acteur, set design Anna Popek, dir. A. Bisang, La Comédie de Genève, 2006

Anna Popek - The silhouettes on this stage sets are really interesting.

"The Old Man and the Old Moon" at Writer's Theatre!  Have never seen this play, but what an AMAZING set!

"The Old Man and the Old Moon" set. It might be a little too rustic for a NYC apartment but I get the 'storytelling' style of it. It would work well in our black box theater.

Dream set ! Even if it was from the floor in sections so it was freestanding like a pop up ! A mountain world

Dream set- Even if it was from the floor in sections so it was freestanding like a pop up

danny this is for you WANDA Emil and the Detectives. National Theatre. Set design by Bunny Christie.

Bunny Christie - Set design for Emil and the Detectives, National Theatre

Pop-up set design on Behance

Pop-up set design on Behance Set design for performance "Hairdresser" (Parikmakhersha), Practice theatre, Moscow Photo by/ Polina Bakhtina

Scenic Design Model - Matilda The Musical...JUST WOW! beautifully clever and fun, extremely well executed idea... I am fully in love and in awe of this!

Check out Joan Marcus' images from Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical on Broadway, featuring set and costume design by Rob Howell, a faculty member at the Broadway Scenic Master Classes, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone, and sound design by Simon Baker.

Cleo, Camping & Emmanuelle, Act 4. Set design by Atlanta Duffy.

The different levels on stage effectively draw the eye upwards. The ice blue colour creates a hard atmosphere that is aided by the hard lines of the stairs.

steven berkoff physical theatre - Szukaj w Google

The non-naturalistic, symbolic boxes with hard lines create an atmosphere of containment. The eye is immediately drawn to the actors' upper half of body. The large proportion of the boxes make their contents (actors) appear smaller.