The general design will be that of typical
diners in the 1950’s. Just like this picture to
the right there will be a lot of chrome. This
picture is also a very good example of what
the stage would look like. Notice that the set
is a bit dingy.
On the Back wall there will be glasses and
different appliances such as milkshake
makers. This is very typical of 1950’s and
The lights within the set will look like these
here. They are very retro, dingy, and give the
place an overall feel that will match the set.
Within the set tables are called for. These
tables with chrome edges and square retro
chairs will be utilized.
Bar View Design
Once all items have been acquired the
finished Bar part of the set will look like
this. Notice the windows on the side, the
chrome accents, baked goods, posters, and
general diner machinery. Also notice the
kind of dingy feel that is created by the
Finished Set Design
Once all of the products have been
combined they will resemble this. Notice the
style of the bar chars, the window so that
the weather can been seen outside. The
colors that have been used also help create
this old timey, dingy feel.
Finished Set Design Pt. 2
Also notice the placement of the front and
back door. They are both visible to the
audience while not being obtrusive to the
set. This attribute is also seen within the rest
of the set. Each part of the set is clearly
visible. From the bookshelf to the
“bathrooms in back” sign. Every single piece
is meticulously placed.