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Into the Woods. Theatre du Chatelet, Paris. Set design by Alex Eales.  Dominent design element is line, especially the contrast of the vertical lines created by the trees agains the large circular image created by the "moon clock" up center.  This is a powerful composition, elevating the witch above the principle players and suspending the clock behind her.

Into the woods - Stephen Sondheim Théâtre du Châtelet / Photo: Marie-Noëlle Robert

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This could be done with white fabric painted with black, then lit with green, orange, and finally, blue (as the day progresses) for the forest scene. A Midsummer Nights Dream opera. Jayme Mellema scenic design for The Princeton Festival.

La Bella y la Bestia de Disney - Blog: El musical alrededor del mundo: Madrid (2007)

La Bella y la Bestia de Disney - Blog: El musical alrededor del mundo: Madrid (2007)

The design itself was fairly simple – they went out to some woods behind the church, cut down a few moderately sized trees and painted them white with a Wagner power sprayer. Then they took each tree and supported it using cement in a one gallon paint bucket. The windows were hung from one another using airline cable and were arranged in a curve to make the stage appear smaller.

a few moderately sized trees and painted them white with a power sprayer. supported it using cement in a one gallon paint bucket. The windows were hung from one another using airline cable and were arranged in a curve to make the stage appear smaller.