November 15, 2012 8:07 AM
" Scenic designer Donyale Werle turned to prospective audience members for help creating the set of “Bare,” the Off-Broadway musical beginning previews at New World Stages on Monday, Nov. 19.
In September, the Tony Award-winning designer (“Peter and the Starcatcher”) sent out word via Facebook and the show’s website that she was seeking Instagram images to create a collage that would serve as backdrop for the story about teens in a co-ed Catholic boarding school.
What she got was some 7,000 responses -- mostly, photos people took of themselves. Werle and her team then duplicated the images, making 14,000 images, in order to fill the theater’s square footage "
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