Stage Designs of Richard Finkelstein

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Richard Finkelstein
630 Stonewall Dr
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

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The Adding Machine: - Scenic  Design  by R. Finkelstein - Produced at the University of Colorado, Denver. Nov 7-17, 2001 Lighting: Scott Hay. Costumes by: Jane Nelson-Rudd

The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice - Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

 

The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice - Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

 

The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice - Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

 

The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice - Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

 

The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice - Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

The Adding Machine Set Design by R. Finkelstein The Adding Machine Set Design by R. Finkelstein

 

The Adding Machine Set Design by R. Finkelstein

 

The Adding Machine Set Design by R. Finkelstein

 

The Adding Machine Set Design by R. Finkelstein

 

Design Statement: This is not a work about a machine. Rather, it is about people, in complex interaction within a sociological system. The machine does not drive the action, but the decisions that man makes in the aftermath. Thus I rejected the traditional metaphor of the machine, opting instead to depict a tangle of waste and mayhem that comes too often from the creations of man. The tangle comes in contrast to an otherwise formal, rigid, and sterile space. It is between these worlds that Zero finds himself.