For the current Shaw Festival production of William Golding's classic Lord of the Flies (adapted by Nigel Williams), set and costume designer Cameron Porteous returned to his roots; the play marked his return to the Festival stage since his departure as head of design for work in film. Below, Porteous discusses his design: Lord of the Flies should not be produced in a naturalistic manner. Its structure is created for three different levels, which play together at times. These levels are the ...

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