The Designs of Ann Roth

The Designs of Ann Roth

written by Bonnie Kruger, fl. 2014 and Holly Poe Durbin, fl. 1995 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2014), 130 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
The Designs of Ann Roth is the ninth book in USITT's ongoing series of monographs on America's best theatrical designers. It documents Oscar and Tony winning costume designer Ann Roth's 50-year career costuming Broadway and Hollywood, with more than 100 photographs and renderings. It includes a foreword by Roth friend and collaborator, Director Mike Nichols.
Field of Interest
Theatre
Author
Bonnie Kruger, fl. 2014, Holly Poe Durbin, fl. 1995
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2014 United States Institute for Theatre Technology
Content Type
Book
Format
Text
Page Count
130
Publication Year
2014
Publisher
USITT
Place Published / Released
Syracuse, NY
Subject
Costume design, Theatre, Music & Performing Arts, Staging and Design, Ann Roth, 1931-, Costume design, Cenografia e Design, Escenografía y Diseño
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Cenografia e Design, Escenografía y Diseño

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