Deck the Halls with Whatever You Can Find

I have to admit I have a penchant for exhilarating set design – the kind that stops in your tracks, turns cliches and tropes on their heads and makes you instantly feel as though you’ve entered another world entirely. Whether that’s a multitude of “found objects” lining the walls or chairs suspended in shadowplay, the inventive possibilities are truly endless. Just take a look at the sampling below of sets that pinprick the imagination with their visual intrigue:Trumpery

Trumpery. James Kronzer and Jeremy W. Foil.


Matilda the Musical. Rob Howell


 Spring Awakening. Christine Jones.
A Month in the Country. Todd Rosenthal.

6 thoughts on “Deck the Halls with Whatever You Can Find

  1. Hadn’t seen London’s outdoor set for Ragtime. What a brilliant idea to have an image of Obama in the background. The characters of Ragtime would barely be able to ‘dare to dream’ that this would be happening in America one day

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