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Two furnitures for the set of "Émilie." "A lot of [pieces] are custom made," Abby Hutcheson, set designer for the play, said. "It depends on what the piece is and what specifically we're looking for. Some plays call for really specific pieces that either can't be built in time or with the correct detail. It would be easier and better to just go find [the piece]."

Photo: Shiann Sivell

Two furnitures for the set of “Émilie.” “A lot of [pieces] are custom made,” Abby Hutcheson, set designer for the play, said. “It depends on what the piece is and what specifically we’re looking for. Some plays call for really specific pieces that either can’t be built in time or with the correct detail. It would be easier and better to just go find [the piece].”