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A Lesson in Set Design from London’s National Theatre

July 5th, 2012

Bunny Christie. Image via YouTube.

Who said summer school is a bad thing?

We’re continuing our look at how theater is actually created, with the amazing artists at London’s National Theatre as our guides. The play has been cast and rehearsals are in full swing, so let’s duck into the design studio and find out how the technical aspects of a show are put together.

First up, get a behind the scenes tour of the sumptuous, decay of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard as reflected in the magnificent set design…

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