About the Set
The play "If the Creek Don't Rise" uses only one set, which represents a 200-year-old log cabin and several subsequent additions. In addition to simplifying logistics, this design focuses attention on the human stories and smooths the transitions between the eras being represented.
Walls of logs and stone, a kitchen from the 1940's, and other elements enable the actors to move "back and forth in time" as their "modern-day" characters reenact events in the lives of their ancestors.
Three physical levels add visual interest as the focus moves from zone to zone. This design should be suitable for dinner theatres, long-running community theatre productions, or (with proper set design) touring companies.
For an enlarged (300K) view of the set design, click on the illustration.
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