Boston Court SFB

A barn ldquonot too on the nose but elevatedrdquo says Schwartz made of OSD plywood all made of chips would serve Projection design against moving platforms involving vague allusions to Russia helped create the fluidity of Act OnenbspSchwartz gave lighting designer Elizabeth Harper many practicals but says as the act progressed the lighting became more surrealCircle XnbspTheatrenbspCompanyBoston Court coproduction of SFB

A barn, “not too on the nose but elevated,” says Schwartz, made of OSD (plywood all made of chips) would serve. Projection design against moving platforms, involving vague allusions to Russia, helped create the fluidity of Act One. Schwartz gave lighting designer Elizabeth Harper many practicals but says as the act progressed, the lighting became more surreal.

(Circle X Theatre Company/Boston Court co-production of SFB.)

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