To shift the scene

to change the locality or the surroundings, as in a play or a story.

See also: Shift

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There's no long term plan of constructing Olympic stadia in Lahore and Karachi in sight to shift the scene of the SAF Games to other cities.
Or, more precisely, his dislike of its current venue, Silverstone, and his plan to shift the scene 150 miles north to Donington Park.
Working with cardboard and canvas and yes, luan, Wood was able to shift the scene from A-Little-Night-Music-inspired "What a lovely day for an Outing" with its painted wooden swans and flowers, to the Gilligan's South Sea Drag Queen Island skit, wherein a cardboard Kon Tiki god spewed forth thatch-wigged versions of Liza, Judy, Bette, Faye and, of course, Marilyn.