Dead Man's Cell Phone
Vanderbilt University Theatre, 2012
Sarah Ruhl’s play is about a woman who answers the cell phone of a dead man, and then her assumption of parts of his life. The set was designed with five wagon/flat units which were reconfigured to create the various locations in the play. Lighting helped to facilitate this fluid reworking of elements onstage.
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I.4 - Mrs. Gottlieb's living room.

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DMCP 2

I.5 - Mrs. Gottlieb's dining room.

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II.5 - End of play: "And now we kiss."

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I.4 - Mrs. Gottlieb's living room.

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Director: Leah Lowe
Set Designer: Phillip Franck
Costume Designer: Alexandra Sargent Capps
Lighting Designer: Phillip Franck
Sound Designer: Paul Carrol Binkley
Photos by: Phillip Franck