April pulled the cord of the lamp on her nightstand and flopped across her bed. Her homework lay neglected on the top of her dresser, but April was too tired to care.
Can you tell where she is? Why?
The wind blew cold across Dylan's skin, and he shivered. Snow was starting to fall. In another two hundred yards, he would climb above the treeline and leave the sheltering pines behind him. He hoped the camp was waiting for him and that his captain had a fire going.
Can your imagination build the scene? How?
Plays can't actually transport you to different locations. Instead, they put props on the stage so that the audience understands where they are supposed to be.
For Tevye's bedroom, you might have a bed, a nightstand, and a dresser.