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Inspired by the era in which it was written, the set design for Harvey favors authenticity over abstraction in two revolving environments: the Dowd Family mansion and the Sanitarium. The Roundabout Theatre Company commissioned Rockwell Group to design the Broadway return of this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by playwright Mary Chase.

From the wallpaper color to the backdrop painting technique, the design transports theater-goers back in time. Working with director Scott Ellis, the sets were built to enable quick entrances and exits, with multiple doors and highly choreographed turntable transitions that flow smoothly from one scene to the next.

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