This essay is on treatment of production. This play does not need any elaborate background or sets on a shallow stage much of a space can be made when compared o other plays.
This play does not need any elaborate background or sets on a shallow stage much of a space can be made when compared o other plays. I would keep the sets very simple, showing the plain-looking door and porch to the Maxsons’ house, its bare dirt yard with a wadded-up rag strung from a tree for Troy to swing at, and the incomplete wooden fence that Rose has asked Troy to build to protect her loved ones from the outside world. A creaky old back gate through which most of the characters enter and exit. This constant flow highlight how flimsy a divider a fence really is. The porch has to be high and actors using it frequently. Action can be followed through the windows of Troy’s brick cottage.
Costume and Make up
Although the costumes and Make up display the poverty that the characters live in they have to be carefully chosen to reflect the time period in this play, as it is very important. Great amount of effort has to be given to dress each actor according to his or her role and although there is nothing very elaborate about the costume or make up but he or she should reflect economic and historical considerations it is important to keep in mind.
For the lighting 4 different basic angles can be used from USL and DSL to DSR. Practicals can consist of industrial work lights and the porch light.
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