Set Design

Lemkin’s House
by Catherine Filloux
Directed by Jean Randich
Produced by 78th Street Theatre Lab, and McGinn Cazale Theater, New York City Feb/Sept 2006

with John Daggett, Christopher Edwards, Laura Flanagan, Christopher McHale and Constance Winston

In 1944, Raphael Lemkin invented the word "genocide" and spent his life fighting to have it recognized as an international crime. But when the U.S. finally signs his law -- decades after his death -- the Rwandan and Bosnian genocides erupt and torment Lemkin in the afterlife. If genocide cannot be stopped, how will Lemkin rest?

Set – constructed boxes, walls, light boxes, cupboards with installed objects, chairs and tables

Set Design: Sue Rees
Lighting Design: Matthew Adelson
Costume design: Camille Assaf
Sound design: Robert Murphy