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This invaluable guide takes a step-by-step approach to many common theater production practices and covers important issues related to the construction of wooden, fabric, plastic, and metal scenery used in stage plays. Illustrated Theatre Production Guide contains a brief history of physical theatres and the development of various forms such as thrust, proscenium, and blac This invaluable guide takes a step-by-step approach to many common theater production practices and covers important issues related to the construction of wooden, fabric, plastic, and metal scenery used in stage plays. Illustrated Theatre Production Guide contains a brief history of physical theatres and the development of various forms such as thrust, proscenium, and black box venues. Operation of theatre equipment is covered in detail in the chapters on rigging and curtains. Instructions for operating a fly system and basic stagehand skills such as knot tying and drapery folding, are clearly outlined. The use of metal tubing as a structural element is explored as an alternative to wooden scenery. The chapter on lighting discusses electrical theory as well as the practical aspects of hanging and focusing lights. The final chapter in Illustrated Theatre Production Guide is a compilation of many different projects that are easy to approach and to complete, and have practical value for a theatre group.


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This invaluable guide takes a step-by-step approach to many common theater production practices and covers important issues related to the construction of wooden, fabric, plastic, and metal scenery used in stage plays. Illustrated Theatre Production Guide contains a brief history of physical theatres and the development of various forms such as thrust, proscenium, and blac This invaluable guide takes a step-by-step approach to many common theater production practices and covers important issues related to the construction of wooden, fabric, plastic, and metal scenery used in stage plays. Illustrated Theatre Production Guide contains a brief history of physical theatres and the development of various forms such as thrust, proscenium, and black box venues. Operation of theatre equipment is covered in detail in the chapters on rigging and curtains. Instructions for operating a fly system and basic stagehand skills such as knot tying and drapery folding, are clearly outlined. The use of metal tubing as a structural element is explored as an alternative to wooden scenery. The chapter on lighting discusses electrical theory as well as the practical aspects of hanging and focusing lights. The final chapter in Illustrated Theatre Production Guide is a compilation of many different projects that are easy to approach and to complete, and have practical value for a theatre group.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Sky Thibedeau

    The Illustrated Theater Production Guide has everything a stage manager or producer needs to bring forth a quality production. Whether it is the local Little Theater, a Church Drama Team or an even grander production everthing you need is here. Everything you need to build and maintain your stage can be found here. There is chapters on ropes and rigging, How to tie secure knots, how to setup electricity and power to the stage and props. Everthing you need to know about how to arrange proper light The Illustrated Theater Production Guide has everything a stage manager or producer needs to bring forth a quality production. Whether it is the local Little Theater, a Church Drama Team or an even grander production everthing you need is here. Everything you need to build and maintain your stage can be found here. There is chapters on ropes and rigging, How to tie secure knots, how to setup electricity and power to the stage and props. Everthing you need to know about how to arrange proper lighting. How to operate a followspot. There are sections on sound and the use of computers to control sound lighting and special effects. Full descriptions of the carpentry needs to build your set including the types of lumber and saws to use. Everything needed to support a theater company or drama team is in here and this is an exceelent reference manual to make your production sucessful.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janin

    An -excellent- guide to technical theatre. This is a resource book that will be staying on my shelves.

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