I write from a school in Parowan. Utah. We just enjoyed a successful run of Crazy for You with rave reviews for our sets. The shop class constructed the set pieces for their fall project. We used acrylic stucco on the outside of the theater. We used old roof shingles on the front of the bar and authentic barn wood on the stair case railing inside the saloon. A local restaurant donated old tin signs. We used a wood graining tool on the front of the saloon. To change the dusty “Deadrock ” to a new town- we added lights around the set pieces in the last two scenes.
We want to thank you for your creative, easy- to -follow set design. We are a very small school (under 400 students 7th- 12th grade) with no drama budget, so our philosophy has been to take donations and volunteers and build the most beautiful sets we can so our actors feel like we appreciate their time and talents, and the town can look forward to a quality theater production.
[Thanks for your communication – we’re thrilled we could help with your production! – The Team at ScenoGraphics]