Set designer Bethanie Wampol Watson effectively evokes the soulless functionality of a typical high school classroom, and cleverly evokes the parking lot with a few yellow lines painted onto the theater’s floor.
Jay Lustig

“Bethanie Wampol’s set serves all important purposes. Wampol was clever to keep the woodwork and even the paint the same in 2016 as it was in 1964. She marks the difference by using different bed clothes. The dorm in 1864 has identical beds with identical sheets, etc. By 2106, the women accent their beds as they which, Tanya’s being covered in had handsome striped-patterned silver, Julie’s with a patched quilt.”