Uncle Vanya - THE 120 Uncle Vanya The technical aspects of...

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THE 120 Uncle Vanya The technical aspects of Connecticut College’s production of Anton Chekhov’s work Uncle Vanya were very effective in setting the scenes and underlying themes of the work. In addition to the impressive acting, the lighting, set design and production, costumes, and many other technical features really heightened the atmosphere and overall performance as a whole. It is a wonder that such a small theatre had the ability to create scenes with such rich detail; this is due to several ideas and tricks that richened the small landscape with color and tone. A notable factor in the production was the use of light to set the scene in a variety of ways. Whether the scene took place inside or outside, the lighting made the scene believable by setting the proper amount of light to capture the mood. The lighting also was used effectively to set the tone and emotion of the scene; the lighting seemed to reflect the somber and pale colors of various scenes, this tactic is used very effectively
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