Backdrop for " 42nd Street"musical, ScenoGraphics design. Pretty Lady opening curtain. Rent our Design Pak© to build yourself! DIY Sets, blueprints, guide to set building, high school, college, community theater. Play.
Dressing Room Broad Street for the musical "42nd Street," ScenoGraphics design. Rent Design Pak© to build yourself!  DIY Sets, guide to building, high school, college, community theater. Play.
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42nd Street Design Pak©

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This Pak© guides you through the ins and outs of building this set. The “Pretty Lady” and "42nd St." drop designs are in Art Noveau style. There are also several double-sided units. The apartment, train, & station are all on rolling platforms and 3-sided periaktoi columns further fill out the set. 

Some of the pieces and plans this design includes are:

  • Arch St. Stage Door & 42nd St. Stage Door
  • Stylized "Loading Door" and "Broad St." elevations
  • The dressing room
  • Large Liberty Dimes (2 ft. thick!)
  • Gypsy Tea Kettle
  • Director's table
  • Trellis
  • Regency Hotel Philadelphia: Hotel room and Bar
  • "Maison Des Dames" Exterior and Interior
  • Broad St. Station
  • Floor plans & Scene shifting Notes
  • and more!

Design by Don Larew. 

 

All Design Paks© are leased and include: 

  1. The technical blueprints & how-to instructions for building
  2. Colored renderings of the set pieces
  3. The ScenoGraphics Building Manual (covering building and material basics)
  4. A materials list  

Design Paks© are due back two weeks after a show’s closing.