As can be seen below: the sturdy/sophisticated props that were built specifically for this performance were unbelievable....and expensive. This "ship" (which is on casters...because during the play it seperates into two equal-size props) had costs of $3,000 for lumber and $450 for hardware to build! Also, High Point Univeresity lent $10,000 worth of casters and $2,000 worth of electrical equipment.
If you would like to make a secure credit card tax-deductible donation to the RJR Drama Department (to help cover these costs...as well as the cost for costumes, etc.), click onto the following icon: