Scenery: Drafting and Construction for Theatres, Museums, Exhibitions and Trade Shows (Theatre Arts (Routledge Paperback))   by John Blurton (Author)

This book is for all those involved in designing, building, and installing scenery in theaters and exhibitions. It is for draftsmen, designers, production managers, producers, contract managers, stage managers, carpenters, technical backstage staff as well as students.

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Perspective (Dover Pictorial Archive)  by Jan Vredeman de Vries (Author)

73 perspective plates from 1604 edition; buildings, townscapes, stairways, fantastic scenes. Remarkable for beauty, surrealistic atmosphere.

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Drafting for the Theatre  by Dennis Dorn, Mark Shanda (Author)

Dennis Dorn and Mark Shanda emphasize the standard drafting and designing practices of the theatre industry through a series of projects and exercises that help the student in the development of research skills.

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Virtual Theatres: An Introduction  by Gabriella Giannachi (Author)

Welcome to theatre of the 21st century, in which everything -except for the viewer can be simulated. Virtual Theatres is the first full-length book of its kind to offer an investigation of the interface between theatre performance and digital arts. Through discussion of a variety of artists and performers - including Stelarc, Orlan, Forced Entertainment, Merce Cunningham and Blast Theory - Gabriella Giannachi analyses the aesthetic concerns of current computer arts practices and shows how they radically question our conventional uses and definitions of time, space, place, character, identity and realness.

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Complete Book of Drawing for the Theatre, The (Plastic Comb) by David Hays, Peter Brook (Designer)

Step-by-step procedures guide the reader from holding a pencil to draw a straight line to working through and orthographic project or perspective drawing.

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