Each art and tech crew student had a hand in creating the 145 hexagons on stage. There are 60 wood panels that make up the tree, 50 ceramic tiles are embedded in the rolling hill, 21 painted fabric flowers, and 14 embroidered badges, according to information provided by PHS.
All of these individual pieces were assembled together by the tech crew to make up the “park” for the actors onstage.
“Each hexagon seen represents one person from the PHS community that added something of themselves to make this production unique,” PHS Technical Director Jeff Van Velsor said in the statement. “They are a population of the school that is finally able to be in the same space, creating and sharing ourselves, our talents, our joy, our commonality.”