In any given week, that could be Chandler and Joey's apartment, Carol and Susan's apartment, or the fancy restaurant in 'Candy Hearts' [1.14]. There's additional space for sets off to the side and behind -- if we have to build sets there, we feed the scene live to the audience on overhead monitors." Second, here's a rough drawing (not totally accurate or to scale) and description based on a visit to the set during season 9. The Casting Director [9.15] Penn Jillette.................
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At the end of the first season, Jeff left Friends to work on his new sitcom "Partners" for FOX (which aired for the 1995-96 season) and Senior Script Editor Alexa Junge took over as our contact at the show under the same arrangement.
(Note: I briefly corresponded with Jeff more recently...
Those stay up all the time, 'cause they're in every show. The Casting Director [5.18] Khalil Kain...................
"Stage left is a space where we put our larger 'swing sets' (sets that are only needed for one episode). The Front Desk Clerk [8.02] Shirley Jordan................
In fact, Warner Bros did not make tickets for the 9th or 10th season available to the general public.
The company that handled tickets for Friends is "Audiences Unlimited." They have a helpful Web Site at
As to why, Jeff Greenstein had this to say: Jeff Greenstein: "When Marta & David & Jeff & I did 'Dream On', we used to spend a lot of time thinking about titles, because they were on-screen at the top of each episode. We figured, why not name each episode after the thing that people will ostensibly be talking about around the water-cooler the next day?
" Return to Questions Jeff Greenstein: "We knew there was going to be a Phoebe/Ursula story [See 3.03] from the get-go.
Monica's apartment and Central Perk are still as described above by Jeff Greenstein, with the apartment being central in front of the audience, and Central Perk being stage right.