Harlequin Floors creates geometric light stage at NCPA


Harlequin Floors has constructed a geometric light display on the stage of the National Centre for the Performing Arts Production (NCPA) in Mumbai, India.

The Indian adaptation of award-winning play Constellations was staged at Mumbai’s Experimental Theatre as part of the NCPA’s theatre season.

A key feature of the imaginative set design was the floor laid in a geometric motif, reflecting the lighting of the constellations as if outside. A Harlequin Hi-Shine vinyl performance floor in gloss black was specially commissioned through Durafit Floors, Harlequin’s sole distributor in India.

Writer Nick Payne’s critically acclaimed play – which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre London in 2012 – explores the idea of multiple universes co-existing simultaneously, creating multiple realities and possible outcomes to any situation.

British director Bruce Guthrie cast the two leads – actress Mansi Multani as Marianne and Jim Sarbh as Roland, a part played by Jake Gyllenhaal in the New York production.

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