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Eynat-Confino goes beyond the usual consideration of Craig’s purported theories of the actor, scenery. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig . Edward Gordon Craig was born in 1872 at Stevenage in Hertsfordshire.

Home Browse Books Book details, Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the. Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the Actor. By Irène Eynat-Confino. To have an instrument more controllable than the actor, he invented the über- marionette, a giant puppet. Craig also invented the "Scene," a kinetic stage, the "screens" that brought him worldwide fame were simply an adaptation of this concept. His mother, Ellen Terry, was later to become the most famous actress of Victorian times. His father, Edward William Godwin, was already a wellknown architect.

Beyond the Mask book. Eynat-Confino goes beyond the usual consideration of Craig’s purported theories of the actor, scenery, and the scene painter to get at the heart of Craig’s idea of theater

Beyond the Mask book. Eynat-Confino goes beyond the usual consideration of Craig’s purported theories of the actor, scenery, and the scene painter to get at the heart of Craig’s idea of theater.

Eynat-Confino goes beyond the usual consideration of Craig’s purported theories of the actor, scenery, and the scene . She ties Craig’s encounter with Isadora Duncan to a decisive modification in his notion of movement.

Eynat-Confino goes beyond the usual consideration of Craig’s purported theories of the actor, scenery, and the scene painter to get at the heart of Craig’s idea of theater. To have an instrument more controllable than the actor, he invented the über-­marionette, a giant puppet.

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Edward Henry Gordon Craig CH OBE (born Edward Godwin; 16 January 1872 – 29 July 1966), sometimes known as Gordon Craig, was an English modernist theatre practitioner; he worked as an actor.

Edward Henry Gordon Craig CH OBE (born Edward Godwin; 16 January 1872 – 29 July 1966), sometimes known as Gordon Craig, was an English modernist theatre practitioner; he worked as an actor, director and scenic designer, as well as developing an influential body of theoretical writings. Craig was the son of actress Dame Ellen Terry. The Gordon Craig Theatre, built in Stevenage (the town of his birth), was named in his honour in 1975.

Edward Gordon Craig, English actor, theatre director-designer, producer, and theorist who influenced the . Craig was the second child of a liaison between the actress Ellen Terry and the architect Edward William Godwin.

Edward Gordon Craig, English actor, theatre director-designer, producer, and theorist who influenced the development of the theatre in the 20th century.

Shaw's book was the first of two autobiographies published in 1929 with the title Up to No. See for example: Irène Eynat-Confino (1987) Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the Actor

Shaw's book was the first of two autobiographies published in 1929 with the title Up to Now. The second was by the American politician and four-time Governor of New York, Al Smith. As The Times Literary Supplement pointed out, the title promised more to come, but although Shaw lived on for another thirty years, he never published a sequel. See for example: Irène Eynat-Confino (1987) Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the Actor

Irene Eynat-Confino Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the ActorAnthony Jackson Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 1987.

Irene Eynat-Confino Beyond the Mask: Gordon Craig, Movement, and the ActorAnthony Jackson Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press, 1987. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 January 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872–1966, English scene designer, producer, and actor

Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872–1966, English scene designer, producer, and actor. The son of Ellen Terry, Gordon Craig began acting with Henry Irving 's Lyceum company (1885–97). Feeling that the realism in vogue was too limiting, he turned to scene design and developed new theories. See his memoirs (1957); biographies by his son Edward Craig (1968) and by C. Innes (1983); I. Eynat-Confino, Beyond the Mask: Edward Gordon Craig, Movement, and the Actor (1987); M. Holroyd, A Strange Eventful History (2009).