Scenery is used to set the scene, mood and tone of a play. For example, a scene set in a garden may have a scenery involving trees and plants.
scenery falls under the control of the set designer
"Clare designs scenery for plays and productions" "The scenery was very detailed and so was greatly admired by the people watching the show" "The play was terrible - the scenery was better than the acting!" "I like being a passenger in a car rather than the driver, because it allows me to look at the scenery in more detail as we drive"
I believe it is called the backdrop.
the person who changes the scenery between scenes are called...
The jobs in a play might include actors and actresses along with a director. There are people that work on scenery and costumes, makeup artists and also help with other things. The amount of people needed for a production depends on how many characters are in the play and how long it is.
It is both singular and plural. Scenery can refer to one large scene. It can also refer to a collection of scenes, such as the backdrops used in a play.
Yes you Just Need Custom Scenery