We have all suffered in the theatre from electric lights on the stage, placed where they would be in the room depicted, ... a result that is neither realistic nor suggestive a that has to be forgotten by the spectators as a clumsy kind of symbol. ... Why not readily grant that scenery often cannot be a reproduction of reality, but rather should strive to be an ... On the basis of these secondhand stories, Eaton postulated that Craig had gone several steps beyond Reinhardt in destroying realism.
|Title||:||Scene Design in the American Theatre from 1915 to 1960|
|Author||:||Orville Kurth Larson|
|Publisher||:||University of Arkansas Press - 1989|