A prop is any solid object that an actor has contact with in a scene. This could anything from a sword, a phone, helmet, shoe, computer, to a golf club. This, however, does not include vehicles, furniture, or wardrobe. The exception is if the actor were to use the furniture or wardrobe for something that it’s not meant to be used for. ie Using a chair as a weapon.
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