Set & Props Design
Directed by Ryan Gladstone
Costume Design by Amelia Ross
Lighting Design by Chengyen Boon
Sound Design by Kate Delorm
Frederic Wood Theatre, Theatre at UBC
"Set and props (Sarah Melo) were as much participants as support in this zany production, with fruit flying around the stage in an attack on a bed-sheet castle, a gruesomely comic feast and a grisly cave-bear death only the larger examples, not to mention a horse which no friend of Joey would recognize"
"The haphazard set-up is reflected in the wonderful detritus pile that is Sarah Melo’s set, Lynn Burton’s cobbled-together props, and the hodgepodge costumes of Amelia Ross. The playful creativity that follows from their design is some of the most inventive staging I have ever experienced."
"The amount of energy taken place on set designer Sarah Melo’s outstandingly bizarre stage is more than many people can handle in one setting, yet the audience must go with the flow. The chaos that ensues between the characters and the scene changes really top this overdramatic production"
"Not only does the bluntness of the script shock the audience, but the chaos in, around and throughout each scene, helped by the anarchy of BFA student Sarah Melo’s set design, ensures constant surprises."