Delay…

Hey All,

Sorry for the delay in posting.  Been busy with work.  More soon.   I promise! 

Thanks for everyone’s great messages and the responses I’ve received so far.  You all are the best and it’s great to know there are others out there also interested!

Tell your friends, and message me your thoughts or awesome set designs.  

Best!

-BC

joshuawarnerdesign:
In response to the prop vs. set piece debate- I like to use an analogy of moving into a new house. Everything already there (walls, windows, molding, flooring, etc.) are a part of the set and everything that you bring in (chairs, curtains, light fixtures, etc.) are from props. In response to the fragmented set, I don't think it matters what the design is, the execution will still be done in the same way.

Great analogy! 

gameofsuperwholock:
Hey there, I was just wondering what the difference is between a prop and a set piece? For example, on a bare stage, if the actor/s bring in chairs and use them to suggest a setting, are the chairs props or set pieces? (Also, is there such a thing as a 'fragmented set'?) Thanks! P.S your blog is a lifesaver, and so interesting. Thanks for keeping it up!!!

My usual answer to questions like this is:

Wherever the item would be stored after strike, is the department the item belongs too.

In the case of chairs I would argue thats a prop item and not a set piece.  

What do you mean by “Fragmented Set”?  

Glad to hear you enjoy the blog!  Tell your friends!

nur-der-tod:
Is it just me or are all the german stages really awesome?

German theater is the best!