Scene Director

DIRECT YOUR OWN SCENE FROM THE PLAY

Use the menu on the left to make a Directors choice about direction, set, lighting, sound and costume. Experiment with your choices to create different versions of the same scene, changing how the audience perceive the show and the effect it has on the script

Click here to reveal how the scene is staged in the West End play.

Click one of each of the options below.

Direction

There is an air of confidence about Arthur Kipps. He is open and friendly. 

Arthur Kipps is reserved and fearful displaying no signs of confidence. 


Set

There is a chair facing the audience with the basket beside the Landlord.

The Actor uses the basket to write on. 


Lighting

The lighting is warm and reflects an internal setting. 

The lighting is cold and bright - reflecting an external setting. 


Sound

We can hear the hubbub of conversation in the background. 

We can hear a violin playing in the background. 


Costume

Arthur Kipps is wearing his top hat and suit and the Landlord an apron. 

Arthur Kipps and the Landlord are wearing waistcoats and shirts.