Argue that contemporary productions have stylistic design elements
LIGHTING
SOUND
In the production of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' the director used music which suited the situations going on at that moment.
This added to the atmosphere and created the dramatic tension intended towards the audience. It was also something which helped to draw the audience in to what was going on.
MAKE UP
In the production of 'Frankenstein' the director Danny Boyle used a cluster of lights.
SET
In the production of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' the director used a revolving stage.
In the production of 'Frankenstein' the makeup used was to make the audience believe in the monster.
The makeup was naturalistic and this worked well with the costume.
In the production of 'Frankenstein' the director also used a revolving stage.
This enabled the audience to see what was going on from a different view and the staging was set like this to make the audience appear nosey as if they were looking in on a real family.
This was used to ensure that each member of the audience had a different view of the stage and so that they were all part of what was going on and were gaining the same experience as the actors on stage.
The lighting was used for dramatic impact and when the monster became angry the lights became brighter. The lights also appeared to brighten during certain parts of the production which could have been to create dramatic meaning and highlight key parts of the production.