In this production of Sylvia, Greg and Kate’s quirky, eccentric apartment acted as the source of the story, with all other locations in the play always stemming from elements already within. For scenes in the park, for example, the center painting was specially lit and the sofa was revealed to actually be a park bench. The multi purpose objects were frequently lit in the transition blackouts in order to set the context of the next scene for the audience.
|University of Pennsylvania, Penn Players. Director: Amanda Pasquini|
Park at Night
Kate vs. Sylvia
Therapist’s Office Transition