Set designer Beowulf Boritt talks about his role in the design of Rock of Ages, where the scenic elements blend with the video and lighting. Live Design: What was the basic design intent for the set? Beowulf Boritt: I often think that a set ought to be the “temple of…” Is it a story about money, about power? And I try to make the set reflect that in almost a religious way. Rock of Ages starts with the narrator, Lonny, saying we are in the “Temple of Rock And Roll Kiss Assery,” so that ...
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