As the nonprofessional theatre continues to grow in popularity, its technology expands at a dizzying rate, presenting exciting new opportunities and challenges for all nonprofessional theatre craftsmen. This new edition of a stage manageras old friend takes into account many aspects of the new theatre technology, insuring the bookas lasting place in college, high school, and community theatres everywhere. It is a book more likely to be found backstage on a stepladder than on a library shelf, and this is exactly what the author has intended. The emphasis is on simplicity, economy, and practicability. It is a book that can help now to put any play into production.Spotlights are built with shutters already attached, or they may have shutters attached to them. Shutters are simply ... Temporary shutters, frequently called barn doors, are attached to a groove on the front of the spotlight. More efficient than ... Ellipsoidal Spotlight (Diagram) Fig. 79. a Wiring for Simple Foots and Borders Fig.
|Title||:||Stagecraft for Nonprofessionals|
|Author||:||F. A. Buerki|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 1972|