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Book Description Cengage Learning, 2002. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Part I: CREATING A DESIGN. 1. Introduction. Theatrical Form. Physical Form. Scene Design. 2. Scene Design and the Theatre. The Theatrical Medium. The Physical Stage and Its Auditorium. Working with the Physical Space. 3. Scene Design as a Visual Art. Design and the Designer. Composition and the Elements of Design. Principles of Composition. Composition, Space and Depth. Composition and Unity. Composition and Interest. 4. The Design Process. Function of Scene Design for Drama. Design and Other Theatrical Forms. How to Begin Presenting the Design Idea. Theatrical Design Outside the Theatre. 5. Drafting the Design. Drafting Equipment. The Graphics of Design. Drafting Conventions. The Ground Plan. Designer''''s Elevations. Computer-Aided Drafting. Drafting Three-Dimensional Scenery. Planning Properties. Pictorial Drawings. Part II: REALIZING THE DESIGN. 6. The Scene Shop, Tools and Equipment. The Scenery Shop. Wood as Scenery Material. Woodworking Tools and Equipment. Metal as Scenery Material. Metalworking Tools and Equipment. Scenery Surfaces. Scenery Hardware. 7. Building the Scenery. Types of Scenery. Soft Scenery. Framed Scenery. Three-Dimensional Scenery. Textured and Sculptured Surfaces. Mirror Surfaces. 8. Color in the Design. The Language of Color. Color in Pigment. Color and Light. Color Vision. Color Sensation and Subjective Response. Color Manipulation. 9. Painting Scenery. Paint and Color. The Toxicity of Paint and Dye. Painter''''s Elevations. Paint Procedure. Textured Surfaces. Methods of Painting. Brushes and Other Equipment. Flameproofing. 10. Handling the Scenery. Factors Influencing the Handling of Scenery. Backstage Organization. Manual Running of Scenery on the Floor. Flying Scenery. Scenery on Casters. Lifts and Elevator Stages. 11. Stage Properties and the Designer. Properties vs. Scenery. Selecting Properties. Making and Remaking Furniture. Fabricating and Casting Techniques. Body Armor and Mask Making. Effects Properties. Foliage. Adhesives. The Computer and Props. Sound Effects. Fire on Stage. Part III: SOUND FOR THE THEATRE. 12. Sound and Music in the Theatre. Fundamentals of Sound. Sound in the Theatre. Elements of Sound Design. The Process of Designing Sound for the Theatre. 13. Sound Systems and Equipment. The Sound Systems. The Equipment. How To Part IV: STAGE LIGHTING. 14. Introduction to Stage Lighting Design. Stage Lighting. Qualities of Light. Stage Lighting and the Elements of Design. Stage Lighting and Theatrical Form. Functions of Stage Lighting. Role of the Lighting Designer. The Lighting Laboratory. Development of a Lighting Designer. 15. Stage Lighting Practice: Distribution. Lighting the Actor. Angles and Direction of Light. Lighting the Acting Area. Lighting the Background. 16. Color and Light. Color is Light. The Language of Color. Color Filtering. Color Interaction. Color Perception. Designing With Color. A Method of Using Color. Color Media. 17. Intensity Control. The History of Dimming. Elements of Electronic Control. Types of Electronic Control. State-of-the-Art Memory Systems. Designing with Electronic Control. The Operator and Remote Control. 18. Distribution Control: Lighting Instruments. Choosing the Right Instruments. The Physics of Reflection and Refraction. The Plano-Convex Spotlight. The Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight. The Fresnel Spotlight. The PAR Fixture. Other Theatre Instruments. Care and Handling. 19. Projection, Practicals, and Effects. Light as Scenery. Projection Techniques and Equipment. Practicals. Special Effects. 20. Stage Lighting Practice: The Light Plot and Production. Design Decisions. The Collaborative Process. The Light Plot. Realizing the Plot. 21. Stage Lighting and Electricity. Atomic Theory. Sources of Electric Current. Electric Units of Measurement. Alternating Current. Conductors and Insulators. Stage Connectors. Switches. Circuit Protection. Testing Equipment. 22. Light Sourc. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0155061143
Book Description Cengage Learning, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0155061143
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Book Description Belmont, Calif. [u.a.] : Thomson Wadsworth, 2002. Book Condition: Neu. neu, noch in Schutzfolie, Versand spätestens am nächsten Werktag 119506 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1745. Bookseller Inventory # 352712