13-1 Scenery and Streetcar

13-1 Scenery and Streetcar - The Nature of Design The...

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1 The Nature of Design The visual and aural elements of design provide an audience with an understanding of time, place, mood, etc. ± Scene Designer – responsible for the stage set ± Costume Designer – responsible for the outfits and accessories worn by the performers ± Lighting Designer – responsible for the light / illumination of the stage space ± Sound Designer – responsible for the aural world of the play and the sound system Designers make connections between symbols and ideas, creating the world of the play in which the performers interact. They deal with the practical and aesthetic concerns of the stage production. Questions of Design Everything we encounter in real-life can be considered a scenic design… The architecture of the room, the furniture, the color, the fabrics, the details - all work to create a unified whole that provides a sense of place, time, and mood. How does this translate to the stage environment?
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