Stage Designs of Richard Finkelstein

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Richard Finkelstein
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Harrisonburg, VA 22801

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Tour The Best of
Richard Finkelstein's Designs

The following 9 designs were chosen by RF as representative of his best work. Click on any of the thumbnail images to view the enlarged photographs and annotation. Use your browser's BACK button to then return to this page. Then select another thumb to view another show.

Amadeus

AMADEUS: This is my favorite design, and quite different from the interpretive path followed by others!

On the Verge

ON THE VERGE: This is a wonderful contrast to Amadeus above. This design is both simple and dynamic.
Hamlet Set Design - Scenery by Richard Finkelstein HAMLET: This unusual production was mounted with under $1500 - but with a lot of work and love!
Att-Time Good-Time Knickerbocker Follies All-Time Good-Time Knickerbocker Follies: Cast of thousands here. Many stars both on stage and off. My biggest show ever.
The Laramie Project - Set Design by R. Finkelstein The Laramie Project: Tough to re-interpret what was done perfectly the first time nearby. See how I did it, and with no money.
A Tale of Cinderella A Tale of Cinderella: Lavish new musical but disciplined in its scenic choices. Set in Venice!
Medea by Euripides, Scenic Design Medea: It's so much fun to throw away the restrictions of realism and linearity in design!
The Adding Machine, by Elmer Rice The Adding Machine: Capturing the expressive feel of the original but maintaining a link as well to the "now".
The Scarlet Pimpernel: All based on paintings and designs of the era. Great painting work!