It’s the smaller details that really raise the production value of your set. Adding props that appear very authentic is very much where the “Magic” happens in theatre!!
Not so scary gargoyle from youth theatre production of “Beauty and the Beast”.
Butter Churn for Community Theatre production of” Oklahoma” made from plywood, scrap 1×3, and a piece of conrete form tube.
Trunk of gold made from discarded Duplo box and poker chips from the dollar store painted gold and hot glued.
Our most popular prop, our stump. This item made from plywood, 2x4s and a Christmas tablecloth my wife was not completely done with. It has appeared in several shows annually since it was made in 2009.
This was a sign made for a local High School’s one act plays.
This is the same sign, recycled for our production of Urinetown.
A similar design was used in our fabrication of a sign for a local High School’s production of “Guys and Dolls”.