Scene design and stage lightingR Craig Wolf | Dick Block Edition statement:10th edition Publication: Australia ; Canada Wadsworth, Cengage Learning , 2014 Physical details: xxiii, 645 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm ISBN: 9781111834784. List(s) this item appears in: Book Covers
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Previous edition: 2009.
W. Oren Parker listed first on previous editions.
1. Introduction. Part I: SCENE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY. 2. Scene Design and the Theatre Space. 3. Scene Design as a Visual Art. 4. The Design Process. 5. Color in the Design. 6. Drafting the Design. 7. The Scene Shop, Tools, and Equipment. 8. Building the Scenery. 9. Painting Scenery. 10. Handling Scenery. 11. Properties and the Designer. Part II: DIGITAL AGE INTEGRATION: SCENERY AND LIGHTING. 12. Theatrical Use of Media. 13. Automation in the Theatre. Part III: STAGE LIGHTING. 14. Introduction to Stage Lighting. 15. Distribution. 16. Color and Light. 17. Lighting Instruments. 18. Practicals and Effects. 19. Design: Choices and Process. 20. Design: The Light Plot, Paperwork, and Production. 21. Lighting Control. 22. Stage Lighting and Electricity. 23. Light Sources. 24. Design Techniques. 25. Lighting Design as a Profession. Part IV: SOUND FOR THE THEATER. 26. Sound and Music in the Theatre. 27. Sound Systems and Equipment. Part V: GETTING WORK IN THE PROFESSION. 28. Getting Work in the Profession.
Retains its strong emphasis on modern technology, with many changes and the lighting design and sound design chapters. This text includes insightful interviews with professional lighting and scenery designers and spotlights examples of contemporary work.