May 14, 2013 § Leave a comment
Metropolis Properties Designer Maggie Neumayer had her work cut out for her with Five Course Love. Each of the musical’s five vignettes takes place in a different restaurant: a BBQ joint, an Italian bistro, a German schnitzel house, a Spanish cantina and a roadside diner. Rather than change out large set pieces, Five Course Love relies on props and set decorations to change the atmosphere for each scene.
Below is a link to the complete listing of props and set decorations for Five Course Love. Well, nearly complete – we had to keep a few items off the list so we don’t spoil all the surprises! Be sure to keep an eye out for all these elements when you come see the show – opening this Thursday, May 16 and running through June 16.
November 23, 2009 § 2 Comments
A character in the opening and closing numbers of the show is selling chickens on the street. I’ve been having doubts about the chickens looking real from the audience. After spacing rehearsal, several people tried working the prop in order to sell me on the chickens. I documented:
Micky tries to sell me on the chickens
Kristen tries to sell me on the chickens
Holly tries to sell me on the chickens