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The Designs of Abe Jacob
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written by Richard K. Thomas, fl. 1987 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2008), 130 page(s)
Profile of the life and work of one of Broadway's most prolific and most honored sound designers.
written by Richard K. Thomas, fl. 1987 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2008), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Ann Roth
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written by Bonnie Kruger, fl. 2014 and Holly Poe Durbin, fl. 1995 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2014), 130 page(s)
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 fr...
written by Bonnie Kruger, fl. 2014 and Holly Poe Durbin, fl. 1995 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2014), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Carrie Robbins
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written by Annie O. Cleveland, fl. 2011 and M. Barrett Cleveland, fl. 2008 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2011), 130 page(s)
Award-winning costume designer Carrie Robbins likes to say she holds the record for designing flopped Broadway shows. In fact, she has designed 38 Broadway productions, and many of them were hits like Grease (1972), The Octette Bridge Club (1985), and Irving Berlin's White Christmas (2009). Her regional theatre an...
written by Annie O. Cleveland, fl. 2011 and M. Barrett Cleveland, fl. 2008 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2011), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Douglas W. Schmidt
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written by Annie O. Cleveland, fl. 2011 and M. Barrett Cleveland, fl. 2008 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2015), 138 page(s)
Douglas W. Schmidt has designed for Broadway, regional theatre, rock concerts, and everything you may imagine. From his early days at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park to ACT in San Francisco, this book helps you learn about not only the work, but the person behind the art.
written by Annie O. Cleveland, fl. 2011 and M. Barrett Cleveland, fl. 2008 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2015), 138 page(s)
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The Designs of Jules Fisher
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written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2009), 130 page(s)
Profile of the life and work of renowned Broadway lighting designer Jules Fisher whose award-winning accomplishments span a career of almost fifty years. Mr. Fisher has been celebrated by his colleagues for his innovative and technologically inventive solutions, some of which involved creating the technologies he...
written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2009), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Ming Cho Lee
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written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2006), 114 page(s)
Winner of the 2014 George Freedley Memorial award. "A gorgeous volume [that] celebrates the legacy of Lee." – Time Out New York. "Whether working in theater, opera or dance, Ming Cho Lee has made an incalculable contribution to the performing arts in America. This elegant coffee table book, written by Arnold Aro...
written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2006), 114 page(s)
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The Designs of Santo Loquasto
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written by Arnold Wengrow, fl. 1979 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2017), 202 page(s)
The Designs of Santo Loquasto by Arnold Wengrow is the eleventh book in USITT s series documenting the work of America s best theatrical designers. It is profusely illustrated with almost 100 exquisite renderings, models, and production photographs and it includes a complete design chronology, as well as a listing...
written by Arnold Wengrow, fl. 1979 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2017), 202 page(s)
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The Designs of Tharon Musser
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written by Jeff Davis, fl. 1974, Marilyn Rennagel and Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2007), 130 page(s)
Tharon Musser was America's most distinguished lighting designer during the 1970s and 1980s. She received three Tony awards for her brilliant work which encompassed 117 Broadway productions including such greats as "Follies," "Dreamgirls," "A Little Night Music," and "A Chorus Line." THE DESIGNS OF THARON MUSSER i...
written by Jeff Davis, fl. 1974, Marilyn Rennagel and Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2007), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Tony Walton
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written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2012), 130 page(s)
Tony award winning designer Tony Walton's career spans Broadway, film, puppetry, and opera. This engaging story of his life's work documents the successes and challenges of a storied career designing some of the iconic moments of Broadway and film. From Chicago and Dream Girls to the film Mary Poppins (starring fi...
written by Delbert Unruh, fl. 2007 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2012), 130 page(s)
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The Designs of Willa Kim
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written by Bobbi Owen, fl. 2010 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2005), 114 page(s)
The Designs of Willa Kim presents costume designs for theatre and dance by the Tony Award-winning costume designer, Willa Km. The foreword is by Tony Walton. The illustrations include renderings and production photographs of 'Sophisticated Ladies,' 'The Will Rogers Follies,' 'Victor/Victoria,' and many more. The b...
written by Bobbi Owen, fl. 2010 (Syracuse, NY: USITT, 2005), 114 page(s)
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