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by P. Mignon

  • Author: P. Mignon
  • ISBN: 0245519416
  • ISBN13: 978-0245519413
  • ePub: 1160 kb | FB2: 1384 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Publisher: Harrap (1960)
  • Pages: 239
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 287
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STAGE DESIGN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD SINCE 1960. Foreword by PaulLouis Mignon. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1973; pp. 239.

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"Of what remains of the ephemeral adventure of the theater, the setting possesses preeminently the value of a symbol. It bears witness to the communion, in spirit and sensibility, of the playwright and he is seen designer.
But the scene designer has worked in agreement with the director, and for the costumes, he has taken the special feature of each actor into account. Provides a framework and the structure: the lines of circulation of the characters are made evident in that. It corresponds lastly, by reason of its aesthetics, to the public's possibilities of them accepting its forms.
thus, when closely examined, It is the dramatic work in performance, in its life as a theatrical organism, and in its relationships with the society of the moment, that we can begin to Identify.
This is why the international theater Institute took the Initiative of bringing out a work on the data and the evolution of contemporary stage design is seen through the personalities of the world's most notable artists. This work appeared in 1954, under the title stage design throughout the world since 1935. 23 countries were represented in it.
The interest and the success of the undertaking prompted us to continue it, in 1964, was stage design throughout the world since 1950. this volume listed the achievements of 30 countries during the 1950-1960 decade. It was supplemented by the valuable "stage designers who's who" and the results of an inquiry regarding new tech geeks and materials.
Thus it became evident that the action of the I. T. I. In this field should be followed up regularly in order to allow both stage professionals and theater goers to pick up the threads of such a characteristic evolution of the theater in our country.
The present volume-conceived by those to whom the I.T.I. entrusted full responsibility for the undertaking as long ago as in 1954: Rene Hainaux and Yves-Bonnat ( and this time, with corroboration of Christiane Fraipont) - was made the more essential because the theater itself has been the subject, for the past 10 years or so, of arguments that have altered Its practices.
To find room, and the limits of a single volume, for the whole of the world's scenographic production was impossible. We considered it more useful to present the developments which, since 1960, and in both the dramatic and musical fields, denote a break with tradition in the treatment of classical repertory and of the new forms of drama".
Ueledavi
I'm selling a copy, so please doubt me if you will. However, I thought I'd contribute. This extensive survey of world scenic design from 1960-1972 has over 500 illustrations, mostly b&w, two articles, a section about connections between designers and directors entitled "Analogies of Styles and of Techniques." Many production photos, but some illustrations of models, renderings, and props. The bibliographic information and the many cross-referencing indices seem to be lovingly detailed. The greatest hits from this era are nicely represented: Brook, Shechter, Bread & Puppet, Growtowski, Svoboda, et al. However, this is a wide-ranging book with some stunning productions by designers and directors who I should probably know about but don't. In an effort to live up to its title, work from Japan, Israel, and Australia is captured as well. Too bad the cover is, well, sort of ugly.
Kagalkree
I'm selling a copy, so please doubt me if you will. However, I thought I'd contribute. This extensive survey of world scenic design from 1960-1972 has over 500 illustrations, mostly b&w, two articles, a section about connections between designers and directors entitled "Analogies of Styles and of Techniques." Many production photos, but also illustrations of models, renderings, and props. The bibliographic information and the many cross-referencing indices seem to be lovingly detailed. The greatest hits from this era are nicely represented: Brook, Shechter, Bread & Puppet, Growtowski, Svoboda, et al. However, this is a wide-ranging book with some stunning productions by designers and directors who I should probably know about but don't. In an effort to live up to its title, work from Japan, Israel, and Australia is captured as well. Too bad the cover is, well, sort of ugly.
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