David Korins, scenic designer for Annie on Broadway, notes that the theme of cutouts and layers that create dimensional scenery carries through to several scenes. “We have a Central Park West ground row, a Lower East Side ground row, and buildings—all stacked up cutouts,” says Korins. “There’s a Manhattan Bridge and a Queensboro Bridge, and they’re all flat, but because of the perspective, they actually really feel like very, very deep dimensional pieces.” The other prominent theme that ...
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