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A View From The Bridge, Shattered Globe Theatre, 2023. 

Scenic Designer & Painter

Emotional Response

Research Images

Colour Palette 

Drafting Pack

Paint Elevation

Director: Lou Contey
Stage Manager: Tina Jack
Production Manager: Majel Cuza
Fight / Intimacy Choreographer: Gaby Labotka 
Dialect Coach: Sammi Grant
Lighting Designer: Shelley Strasser
Costume Designer: Jessica Gowens
Sound Designer: Jeffrey Levin
Props Designer: Jamie Auer
Technical Director: Hunter Cole
Lead Carpenter: Line Bower
Scenic Charge: Adrian Tirado

Photography: Rich Hein




But the show also has a universal feel thanks in part to Shayna Patel’s set design, which indicates the neighborhood and docks of the then working-class Red Hook Brooklyn, partially through massive drapes of roping. Chicago Sun Times

Scenic designer Shayna Patel’s stark, open and imaginative set—the nearby Brooklyn Bridge is represented by a thick hawser suspended from the ceiling—underscores the play’s dramaturgical basis in Greek tragedy. And the placement of the audience to either side of the narrow, platform-like stage brings us right into the action. The layout reminds us that this is a crowded neighborhood without privacy or boundaries, where loss of face is an unbearable fate. - NewCityStage

Inventive staging by Shayna Patel puts the play in a set that looks like a boxing ring. It's a fitting locale for a play so centered around violence. - Buzz News

And the spare but ideal set by Shayna Patel focuses largely on the apartment in the Red Hook neighborhood near the shipyard where Eddie works, but also deftly suggests the nearby Brooklyn Bridge with a large coil of rope that stretches across one side of the stage.WTTW News

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