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Father of the Bride
Can use either “Cheaper by the Dozen” or “Blithe Spirit.”
A Few Good Men
Done with courtroom from “The Night of January 16th.”
Colorful and whimsical (or, if you want a more rustic setting, you can use our FIDDLER ON THE ROOF).
Functional and attractive. Includes plans for wood stove & trap door.
Center stage double doors, alcoves for hiding, plans for bookshelves and fireplace.
The dining room is recessed & elevated behind the US living room arch. A small alleyway stoop rises a few steps near entrance door. Optional alleyways.
Hansel and Gretel
Unit set of several reversible 2-fold & 3-fold units plus stationary platforms. Several flying options, incl. Hansel’s cage.
Two complete interiors presented in realistic style. Option for making one set double for both acts.
Heaven Can Wait
Same as“Blithe Spirit.”
Elaborate Victorian set includes a long, elevated hallway broken by pillars providing wonderful sight lines.
Hide & Shriek
Uses “And Then There Were None.”
The Importance of Being Earnest
A clever concept resulting in three different sets by repositioning and redressing several basic units.
I Remember Mama
Old-fashioned kitchen is always visible. Two small rolling platforms change scenes. Neutral area SC allows for crosses, transitions, scene separations.
Lend Me a Tenor
Stylish split set, sitting room SR, bedroom SL.
Life with Father
Ornate Victorian-era look. Spacious design includes sliding doors & hinged units for fast property changes. (Options for simplification)
Victorian décor features wallpapered sitting room, paneled corner of library. Scene changes can be with “sled wagons.”
Lost in Yonkers
Uses “The Glass Menagerie.”