Tuesday, February 18, 2014

MIniature Buildings on Set of New Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Heeeeere's, Jimmy!  Last night was the premiere of The Tonight Show with its new host, Jimmy Fallon, new location, New York City, and new stage set. I'm sure you architecture fans noticed the new Manhattan skyline behind his desk. Thanks to Kenny A. for alerting me to this. The 3-D miniature buildings appear to be made of wood and are highlighted with spot lights. Classy set for the new host. I wonder who built them?

1 comment:

Nils said...

The set was designed by Eugene Lee, who has won Tony Awards for Best Scenic Design in productions such as Bernstein’s Candide, Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd, and Wicked.

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