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Notre Dame de Paris; Staging and Lighting

Compared to other musicals in the world, Notre Dame de Paris is VERY minimal for something that is marketed as a spectacle. As far as sets, set pieces and props, there isn’t really much going on in the show. The … Continue reading

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Set Designs of Der Glöckner von Notre Dame

The Hunchback of Notre Dame has a long film history of being a big grand production and Der Glöckner von Notre Dame of does a good job of capturing a grand scope on stage. The Stage Design uses a lot … Continue reading

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The Lighting of 1939 Version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame

So let’s talk about Lighting. Besides the functional side of lighting (i.e. lighting the sets so you can see the sets and actors) there is mood lighting and this is what I’m going to touch on because it’s more fun. … Continue reading

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