a view from the bridge

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Samantha Schwartz Design Review A View From the Bridge Walking into Arena Stage on a rainy Sunday afternoon was not exactly something I was looking forward for. I walked in and sat in between two old women, who could not have been more excited for the performance we were about to encounter. While sitting there waiting for the play to begin, I could not help but notice basically the only thing that was on the stage, a kitchen table. Unsure of what to think about this table, I began to think of everything that it could possible represent and how it would eventually come to affect the performance. There were so many possibilities running through my mind but not one of them showed me how an entire play can be explained through a kitchen table. While watching Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge , I kept in mind the six elements of design, noticing each of them when they would appear in the set design. The six elements of design are all very essential and to make up a play. Line, which by definition is to create visual line by source of light between lines, but in general
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