Creating a show for children gives designers a unique responsibility on top of the usual demands: presenting the physical requirements of the narrative, interpreting the director's vision, and supporting the needs of the performers. A designer also has to introduce a new generation to the theatre and hopefully convert them to become regular theatregoers. And in addition to creating a world that younger audiences will enjoy and continue to support as they grow up, they have to engage the ...

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