The Miracle Worker - Study Guide Stage Setting Summary & Analysis

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Stage Setting Summary

The stage is cut diagonally. In the back right triangle is the interior of the Kellers' house and in the front left is an area used for alternate settings. The structures and furnishings are minimal so that actors can move in and out of places and specific times. A few important props, however, do remain onstage: a pump, a window and a door.

Stage Setting Analysis

The minimal stage settings are for the conveyance of movement in time and place. They also allow for focus on characterization and symbols.

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