The set for COMMON GRACE is a working kitchen! It lends so much to the story seeing the cast make real coffee, wipe up real spills, and actually wash dishes. Here are some photos of designer Carolyn Rapanos' presentation of the set maquette at the first reading.
"This set is designed to help pull us into very real, familiar lives while referencing the larger community they're grounded in. We're creating a comfortable, naturalistic modern-day kitchen. However, theatrical tiles integrated into the space set these lives within the context of the Dutch Reformed Church community's traditions, history, and world views - in the background, yet strongly informing these lives."
- Carolyn Rapanos