Tomás and the Library Lady

Tomás and the Library Lady

Lake Dillon Theatre Company

Directed by: Sarah Rodriguez
Scenic Design: Brandon PT Davis
Costume Design: Lauryn Terceira
Lighting Design: Nita Mendoza
Sound Design: Noel Nichols
Photography: Jesus Lopez

Adapted by José Cruz González.
From the book by Pat Mora.

Thomas and the Library Lady is centered around the library as the main setting, which serves as a place of learning, exploration, and inspiration. The unit set is designed to be both functional and visually captivating, allowing the audience to immerse themselves in the world of the story.

The library is portrayed as a warm and inviting space, with shelves of books lining the walls and comfortable seating scattered throughout. The color palette is predominantly earth tones, with wooden bookshelves, tables, and chairs creating a sense of warmth and familiarity. Soft lighting illuminates the space, creating a cozy ambiance that invites the audience to linger.

The set is also designed to be versatile and adaptable to the various scenes throughout the play. The library shelves can be easily repositioned to create different areas within the space, such as the children's section or the reference desk. The central desk is designed to be multifunctional, serving as both the librarian's workspace and a platform for storytelling.