Scene Design and Stage Lighting

by R. Craig Wolf,Dick Block

Now in full color and packed with professional information and cutting-edge technologies, SCENE DESIGN AND STAGE LIGHTING, Tenth Edition, equips you with the most up-to-date coverage available on scenery, lighting, sound, and technology. Completely current, the exciting new tenth edition has two new chapters on digital integration in scene design and lighting design (Chapters 12 and 13), a new chapter on getting work in the profession (Chapter 28), and mirrors the best of real-world practices. Vibrant color production photographs support the text and

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Scene Design and Stage Lighting

by Wilford Oren Parker,Harvey Kennedy Smith

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Scene Design and Stage Lighting

by Wilford Oren Parker,R. Craig Wolf,Dick Block

This new edition provides a detailed and comprehensive text on scenic and lighting design and technology. Changes have been made to reflect current practice and technology.

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Scene Design and Stage Lighting

by W. Oren Parker,Wilford Oren Parker,R. Craig Wolf

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Scenic Design and Lighting Techniques

by Rob Napoli,Chuck Gloman

Basic. This is the key word in Scenic Design and Lighting Tecniques: A Basic Guide for Theatre, written by two seasoned professionals with over twenty years of experience. This book is designed to show you how to turn a bare stage into a basic set design, without using heavy language that would bog you down. From materials and construction to basic props and lighting, this book explains all you will need to know to build your set and light it.

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Fundamentals of Theatrical Design

by Karen Brewster,Melissa Shafer

A step-by-step exploration of everything aspiring and practicing designers and directors need to know about the theatrical design process.

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Stage Lighting Design

by Richard Pilbrow

Om de æstetiske og tekniske aspekter ved lysdesign på scener

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Introduction to Stage Lighting

by Charles I. Swift

An indispensable reference for drama teachers, directors, architects and design professionals. Twelve chapters in three sections: Part 1 -- Tools and Terminology: All of the basics -- the evolution of sources and controls. Part 2 -- Manipulating the Light: Developing the Lighting Key -- source levels and controls. Part 3 -- The Collaborative Process: An anecdotal approach to communicating intent using modern technology.

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Stage Lighting Design

by Neil Fraser

In Stage Lighting Design Neil Fraser, who teaches the subject at RADA, provides a comprehensive guide to designing effective and appropriate stage lighting. Assuming no previous knowledge, the book guides the reader through the various aspects involved in this craft. The text is accompanied by practical exercises to encourage the reader to explore and try out the concepts discussed. These exercises are designed to allow the reader to discover the reality of what works at a technical level and at

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Stage Lighting Handbook

by Francis Reid

The Stage Lighting Handbook is well established as the classic practical lighting guide. The book explains the process of designing lighting for all forms of stage production and describes the equipment used. This new edition includes up-to-date information on new equipment and discusses its impact on working methods.

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The Lighting Art

by Richard H. Palmer

A basic text for advanced courses in Lighting Design in Theatre departments. New edition reorganizes material, adds coverage on instrumentation and control, and provides new chapter on the Performer. Many new illustrations.

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Theatrical Design and Production

by J. Michael Gillette

This is a comprehensive survey of the technical and design aspects of play production, including scene design and construction, lighting, sound, costume, and makeup. Health and safety precautions for the backstage crew appear throughout in boxes labeled “Safety Tips,” and “Design Inspiration” boxes show how professional designers create the desired look.

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A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting Third Edition

by Steven Louis Shelley

In the first edition of A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting, Steve Shelley cracked open his production book and showed how to prepare a lighting design and create the paperwork needed to mount a production. In the second edition, he pulled back the curtain and showed the methods and processes that go on before the light plot is finalized and ready to go to into the shop, even dealing with cutting the plot in half. In this third edition, Shelley

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The Art of Light on Stage

by Yaron Abulafia

The Art of Light on Stage is the first history of theatre lighting design to bring the story right up to date. In this extraordinary volume, award-winning designer Yaron Abulafia explores the poetics of light, charting the evolution of lighting design against the background of contemporary performance. The book looks at the material and the conceptual; the technological and the transcendental. Never before has theatre design been so vividly and excitingly illuminated. The book examines the evolution of lighting design

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Making the Scene

by Oscar G. Brockett,Margaret A. Mitchell,Linda Hardberger

Looks at the history of scene design throughout history, examining the evolving context, theory, and practice.

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The Poetics of Stage Space

by Bruce A. Bergner

This book analyzes theatre scene design through the powers and characteristics of physical space. Physical space is central to creative composition in the theatre, but the author extends the reach of the book to individuals concerned with spatial design—architects, interior designers, industrial designers, artists and other performers. A theory is presented on how design, and its creative process, echo the process of human awareness and action. The book covers an array of considerations for the theatre designer—the observable

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The Right Light

by Nick Moran

Based on a series of interviews with some of the UK's leading theatre lighting designers, this book provides an insight into the creative process of lighting the stage. How do lighting designers decide what is the 'right light' for each moment of a production? What informs their choices? How do these decisions differ from opera to dance to drama?

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Designing with Light

by J. Michael Gillette,Michael McNamara

Now in its seventh edition, Designing with Light introduces readers to the art, craft, and technology of stage lighting and media projection. The new edition is fully updated to include current information on the technology of stage lighting: lighting fixtures, lamps, cabling, dimmers, control boards, as well as electrical theory. Readers will learn how designed light is used to enhance the audience’s understanding and enjoyment of a production. The book includes specific information on drafting the light plot, explores

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An Introduction to Technical Theatre

by Tal Sanders

"An Introduction to Technical Theatre draws on the author's experience in both the theatre and the classroom over the last 30 years. Intended as a resource for both secondary and post-secondary theatre courses, this text provides a comprehensive overview of technical theatre, including terminology and general practices. Introduction to Technical Theatre's accessible format is ideal for students at all levels, including those studying technical theatre as an elective part of their education. The text's modular format is also intended to assist

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