The Montgomery Blair Players Stage Crew

Updated Nov. 18, 2008         LATEST NEWS: Blair Stage Crew graduates featured on Montgomery Instructional Television! It's The Perfect Stage Crew TV Show!

Welcome!

These pages show stage sets from 1992 to the current day.
Our archive has programs from shows back to 1974.
Feel free to browse around, and, if you like you may use some of our designs or ideas.
 
Our famous curving staircase. Click here to see the staircase magically appear.
Fiddler nightmare clip.
Guys & Dolls sewer scene (scene change) video.
 

Spring 2007 - The Pirates of Penzance
Fall 2006 - A Christmas Carol
2006/2007 - CAPPIES Theater Reviews and articles
Spring 2006 - Crazy for You
Fall 2005 - Twelfth Night
2005/2006 - CAPPIES Theater Reviews and articles
Spring 2005 - Blair Crew remakes Guys and Dolls!
Spring 2005 - Elise Harvey's Mattress Page
Spring 2005 - Once Upon a Mattress
Fall 2004 - Rumors
Spring 2004 - The Merry Widow
Special - Visit the Old Blair Auditorium
Fall 2003 - Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Spring 2003 - Spencer Dye's West Side Story Page
Spring 2003 - West Side Story
Winter 2002 - The Rivals
Fall 2002 - Charley's Aunt
no link  - She Loves Me
no link  - A Midsummer Night's Dream
If you have images from the above shows please contact us
Spring 2001 - Guys and Dolls
Fall 2000 - A Tale of Two Cities
Spring 2000 - Hello, Dolly!
Fall '99 - Much Ado About Nothing
Spring '99 - Into the Woods
Fall '98 - Les Miserables
Spring '98 - Anything Goes
Fall '97 - An Autumn Evening of Theatre
Spring '97 - Fiddler on the Roof
Annie, You Can't Take it With You, The King & I
Tom Jones, The Music Man, Midsummernight's Dream
Rumors, Fame, Tom Jones, scroll down

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Sets and Shows - The Montgomery Blair Players Stage Crew


The Rumors set from 1992
The arch is trompe l'oeil, but all the doors worked.


Fame (1993) - apologies to Keith Haring


The concept was this side was the graffito-urban slum New York...
 


...and this was the glamorous Broadway side. We knew the two are the same in real life.
Didn't see the Broadway run of Fame, we're betting it is quite different than our version.
 


This is our set for Tom Jones (1993). It required a lot of open space for swordfighting...


...and several changes of scene, so these stayed up throughout the show.


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