Problem/Solution: How The Yale Rep Theatre Incorporates Water Into The Evildoers
Problem Set in a Manhattan high-rise, with large windows that lean forward over the playing space, rain beating on them, The Evildoers might have been tricky to design even if playwright David Adjmi's climactic stage direction weren't “the world breaks apart.” “That's almost more a cinematic stage direction than a theatrical one,” notes sound designer Bray Poor of the Yale Repertory Theatre production. “A literal explosion is difficult to pull off on stage, so you have to think ...
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