The Curran just underwent a major transformation for the immersive production The Jungle.

To construct the set, which is supposed to be the Afghan cafe at Europe's largest unofficial refugee camp in Calais, France, crews built a platform over much of the orchestra section of The Curran. The set was then built atop that, and what was a 1600-seat proscenium theater has become a much more intimate 600-seat theater in the round.

The Jungle, which was written by Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson and directed by Stephen Daldry (The Hours, Billy Elliott, The Crown) and his longtime collaborator Justin Martin, opens in previews on March 26. You can find tickets here.

Watch the whole process below.

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