The creative team decided early on that projection would be an important visual and storytelling element of the overall design of Big Fish on Broadway. “That is a function of this story being cinematic,” notes projection designer Benjamin Pearcy. “It requires a lot of changes of time and place that aren’t really practical to actually do. We rely on projection to create those images of time and location. Also, the notion of Edward Bloom as a storyteller plays a big ...

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