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Graphical props include all kinds of items with designs on them, from common newspapers and cigarette packets, to replicas of the Munich Peace Agreement. PropsNT
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Furniture and lighting

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From large to small items of furniture, the Props Department is responsible for sourcing all different kinds of pieces; if there's enough budget and nothing they can borrow or adapt, they very often make them. PropsNT
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When food appears on stage, there is often a mix of real food and fake food; the real food might be eaten by one of the actors, while the fake food prevents a build-up of rotting left-overs backstage! PropsNT
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Costume props Overview

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The Costume Prop Department designs and makes costume items and technical elements of costume, such as jewellery, armour or millinery. Working with the designer's concept for the costumes, the costume prop makers explore the use of different materials to create the desired effects. PropsNT
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The Props Department is a rather extraordinary place given the skill set prop makers are required to have; it ranges from carpentry to sculpture. While each prop maker has a particular area of interest, all of them are expected to be adaptable. PropsNT
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Body parts and soft props

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Productions often require severed heads or limbs. An alginate cast will often be made by of the actor's own head or limb, which will serve as the basis for further work. Soft props made in the Props Department range from bedding and curtains to dummies and their clothes! PropsNT