PROBLEM: “Imagine the interior of an old, rusty warehouse, and a huge semi-circular curved brick and steel wall, 35' wide [and 20' tall],” says LD Chris Parry, describing the Neil Patel set he lit at the Alley Theatre in Houston. This evocative and realistic set for Hamlet, a play that transpires mainly indoors, became problematic for Parry during the play's few outdoor scenes. He thought about projecting clouds to suggest a sky, but the distressed wall wasn't bright enough. Then he had an ...
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