This could be done with white fabric painted with black, then lit with green, orange, and finally, blue (as the day progresses) for the forest scene. A Midsummer Nights Dream opera. Jayme Mellema scenic design for The Princeton Festival.
LOVE this stage scenery. Rolled cardboard and paper trees could recreate something like this.and then some pine trees, snow on the bridge and lots of ribbons, lanterns and poinsettias could turn it into a Christmas setting
This seems to be a simple set but its very effective because of the scale of the trees nad the lighting. L'Elisir D'Amore, directed by Giles Havergal for Theatre Royal Glasgow, set by Russell Craig - Opera
try to keep the system coming from one side of the stage and a harsh angle. and load it up with gobos. try to get the light coming throgh the trees affect. and keep in mind what time of year the forest is in
Scenic Set Designer Required to create and design scenes for both theatre and television sets Collaborative work because it takes multiple people to create a scene Duties include immersing audience in the set and creating a real scene