Hello again, it's been a while since I've been asking dumb questions, but here I am again!
I'm sort of in the designing stage of a high school production of Flip Kobler's "Wild Dust." I'm just wondering who has done this show, and what seemed to work well for them, and what was tough. Understanding that only oil lamps were used for lighting (in the year 1880), and that the show takes place in a boarded up bar, I'm wondering if anyone had any tricks for setting the scenes to look warm and homey, yet somehow flickery? That's probably a terrible description...
Anyway, any thoughts on this? Not looking for people to design the show, but I'm interested in solutions that others might have, or suggestions for making this show look authentic.