The entire play is set in the living room of Bernard and Jacqueline’s upscale country home, some distance from Paris; it’s a converted cattle barn. I wanted the audience to feel like they were inside the set, with beams above them, barn panels behind them. They were stuck watching this mess and confusion unfold with the characters running around stuck in their own lies. I mixed the materials of a French barn, stone and wood.  I blended it with modern stone flooring and furnishings to show the barn structurebut modernized it and made it it's own by mixing different materials. 



Don't Dress For Dinner

Set and Props Designer: Jennifer Maiseloff

Director: James Kuhl

Tipping Point Theatre



The beautiful thrust-stage scenic design by Jennifer Maiseloff captures the right avant-garde ambience while creating an ideal arena for unexpected appearances, assignations and assaults both verbal and physical.

— -Patrice Nolan, Encore Michigan