Plot Twists, Stage Spins
Elaborate set enhances MTG's 'A Flea in Her Ear'
The acting can always be counted on to be captivating at Morris Theatre Guild productions, and this weekend’s production of the madhouse comedy, “A Flea in Her Ear,” promises no less. This time around, however, the stage itself may be stealing some of the attention.
Director Jeff Harris, who also has a role in the play, is a mechanical engineer by day and designed a portion of the stage to revolve. Almost like what one would see in an old movie when the bookshelf rotates with the pull of a volume of Dickens to reveal a hidden room or staircase. In the case of the MTG play, it’s a hotel room that rotates to a different hotel room.
Harris won’t give out secrets of how the revolving stage is used in the plot, though. Those who are curious will have to go see the play.
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