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Spencer Lane Theatre 160 Motor Boating Sons of Guns Ideal Set Plan For our play we have our set essentially broken into three different areas. The first area of our play takes place in an office setting. It is the office of Miles’ boss Jake at Lobe Homes. His office is very upscale as he is one of the main people at his work. His office needs a desk for Jake to be sitting at as well as another chair for people who come in to the office to sit at. The next part of our play takes place outside. It is in the main part of the city and takes place right outside the building that Jake works at on the sidewalk. It is in the middle of a very busy city and there are cars and people all over the place. The final part of our play takes place in jail. For our jail to work properly we need a jail cell as well as a desk for Jase to sit at in order to watch all those people who are in jail. The jail cell consists of nothing more than a small hard bed with a sheet
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Unformatted text preview: and pillow on it. In order to get the placement of all the areas of our play we will need to set up the stage into three different areas. The first area that we will have is the street which will be represented by the down stage section of the theatre. There will be a bench placed at center stage for use later in the play. The office will be placed up stage right and it will consist of a desk and chair for Jake to sit at as well as another chair for others to sit at right in front of his desk. The last are of our play, the jail will be placed at up stage left. The jail will consist of a desk and a chair for Jase to sit at and there will be a bench with a pillow and blanket on it for the bed in the jail cell. With all these areas being separated like this it will clearly allow for the audience to feel the different areas of the play and know where we are at each point in the dialogue....
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