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by Kate Burnett

eBook Make Space! : Design for Theatre and Alternative Spaces download ISBN: 0952930900
Author: Kate Burnett
Publisher: Gardners Books; 2nd edition (September 30, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 132
ePub: 1462 kb
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Published to accompany a national exhibition, this book represents 165 theatre productions, the work of 244 practising stage and theatre designers, and 12 contributing theatre buildings.

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Kate Burnett is an award winning theatre designer working with a wide range of environments and audiences

Photography: Aleksandra Polić, Luna Šalamon, Tanja Žarić, Zorica Janković, Miroslav Živanov. TALKS ON SCENE DESIGN – Kate Burnett, 4th December 2015 (the video of the lecture and discussions).

Often a theater will incorporate other spaces intended for the performers and other personnel. All theatres built within the city of Rome were completely man-made without the use of earthworks. A booth facing the stage may be incorporated into the house where lighting and sound personnel may view the show and run their respective instruments. Other rooms in the building may be used for dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, spaces for constructing sets, props and costumes, as well as storage. There are usually two main entrances. All theatres built within the city of Rome were completely man-made without the use of earthworks

Other spaces backstage include spaces for crew and performers to prepare or relax before or during a performance. Image showing part of the wardrobe workroom at the Questors Theatre, Ealing

Other spaces backstage include spaces for crew and performers to prepare or relax before or during a performance. Dressing rooms are where performers dress and get ready for the show. Dressing room mirrors have lights that surround them to simulate the lighting conditions on stage. Image showing part of the wardrobe workroom at the Questors Theatre, Ealing. The last set of spaces backstage are those for the maintenance of all the equipment and elements used during performances. Wardrobe is the general term for the costume department, as well as the spaces where costumes are made and stored.

All by William and Jean Eckart. Making the Scene A History of Stage Design and Technology in Europe and the United States By Oscar G. Brockett, Margaret A. Mitchell, and Linda Hardberger. A lively, beautifully illustrated history of theatrical stage design from ancient Greek times to the present, coauthored by the world’s leading authority, Oscar G. Brockett.

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Russian imperial theatre. British theatre and stage design. The rise of alternative theatre spaces. The Baroque architectural style, beginning in Italy and spreading across Europe, dominated theatre building between about 1650 and 1790

Russian imperial theatre. The evolution of modern theatrical production. The influence of Grotowski and the Polish Laboratory Theatre. The Baroque architectural style, beginning in Italy and spreading across Europe, dominated theatre building between about 1650 and 1790. Its chief characteristics are refinement in detail of the proscenium stage and of the Renaissance horseshoe-shaped auditorium and seating plan. The innovations of the period were introduced in the private court theatres.