Gulliver's Travels

Shimmering rolling doors appear, one after another, to offer Gulliver escape from each confining world into the next. The doors create all the scenery. They tip over to become boats, open as the Captain emerges from the hold (through a hidden trap door); and float down from the rafters to bring Gulliver to a world residing in the heavens. By the end, he faces his tribunal surrounded by them ... silent testimony to his folly.


Organic Theater Mainstage 
Chicago / 1993

Directed by Steve Scott
Written by Larry Bommer


Gulliver's Travels. The set consisted of seven rolling doors, each indicating a new idealized possible world.