So say some of the characters audiences will soon come to know and love when Urinetown: The Musical comes to the PlayMakers stage. As the production begins to take shape, we look at some of the influencing factors for the face of the show: architecture ranging from Art Deco, to Brechtian, to Depression Era.
|An example of Art Deco style.|
|The Astrodome in Houston after its participation in relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina victims.|
|The set for a production of Bertolt Brecht’s The Good Woman of Szechwan|
|Juxtaposition of the run-down countryside with the distant Capitol.|
|A sneak peek of the actual Urinetown set.|
|A close-up on the Urinetown set. This is the Urine Good Company logo with clear Deco influence.|