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Anthony Powell
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written by John Calhoun, fl. 2001, in TCI - Theatre Crafts International, Vol. 29 no. 2, February 1995, pp. 38-42 (1995), 5 page(s)
Costume designer Anthony Powell is profiled. Powell's most recent work is on 'Sunset Boulevard,' where Powell's flair for grand, sweeping designs was indulged.
written by John Calhoun, fl. 2001, in TCI - Theatre Crafts International, Vol. 29 no. 2, February 1995, pp. 38-42 (1995), 5 page(s)
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Brecht and Neher, Together Again
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written by Yvonne Shafer, 1936-, in TCI - Theatre Crafts International, Vol. 32 no. 5, May 1998, pp. 17-19 (1998), 3 page(s)
'Bertolt Brecht and Caspar Neher,' an exhibit running at the City Museum of Berlin, is drawing widespread attention for the first time to a major collection of German design, architecture, and theater memorabilia. The exhibition, which shows the immense range of Neher's work and extensive travels, is discussed.
written by Yvonne Shafer, 1936-, in TCI - Theatre Crafts International, Vol. 32 no. 5, May 1998, pp. 17-19 (1998), 3 page(s)
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Creativity and Craft: the Information-Seeking Behavior of Theatre Artists
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written by Ann Medaille, fl. 2010, in Journal of Documentaion, Volume 66 Issue 3, 2010, pp. 327-347 (2010), 22 page(s)
Purpose - The aim of this study is to explore the information needs and behaviors of practicing theatre artists. Psychological research into creativity provides a framework for understanding both theatre artists' information-seeking behavior and the role of information seeking and gathering in the creative process...
written by Ann Medaille, fl. 2010, in Journal of Documentaion, Volume 66 Issue 3, 2010, pp. 327-347 (2010), 22 page(s)
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Dressing for the Parade
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written by David Barbour, fl. 1998, in Entertainment Design - The Art and Technology of Show Business, Volume 33 Number 4, April 1999, pp. 47-49 (1999), 3 page(s)
Talks about costume designer Judith Dolan's work on the Broadway musical "Parade." States that she freely admits to approaching the project with a certain amount of concern. Comments Dolan as saying, "To me, the show is not a whodonit. It's about transgression of justice, about prejudice, about victims--a number o...
written by David Barbour, fl. 1998, in Entertainment Design - The Art and Technology of Show Business, Volume 33 Number 4, April 1999, pp. 47-49 (1999), 3 page(s)
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ED News: Theatre: A New Kind of Rags
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written by David Barbour, fl. 1998, in Entertainment Design - The Art and Technology of Show Business, Volume 34 Number 4, April 2000, pp. 7-10 (2000), 4 page(s)
Costume designer Carrie Robbins is somewhat of a pioneer in her field, not only using computers to create sketches, but also exploring their use in costume design and manufacture. For the revival of the musical "Rags" at the Paper Mill Playhouse, Robbins made extensive use of computers. She scanned documents and p...
written by David Barbour, fl. 1998, in Entertainment Design - The Art and Technology of Show Business, Volume 34 Number 4, April 2000, pp. 7-10 (2000), 4 page(s)
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Feature: The Multi-Media Is the Message: Projections, Film, and Video Mix It Up with Theatre
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written by Simi Horwitz, fl. 2001, in Back Stage, Vol. 42 no. 23, June 8, 2001, pp. 24-26 (2001), 3 page(s)
The number of Broadway and Off-Broadway theater productions employing video projection design is booming. Film clips, slides, projected animated imagery, and combinations thereof are increasingly integral to theater's aesthetic. Productions incorporating mixed media in the 2000-2001 performance season included 'Th...
written by Simi Horwitz, fl. 2001, in Back Stage, Vol. 42 no. 23, June 8, 2001, pp. 24-26 (2001), 3 page(s)
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Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer
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written by David Kornhaber, fl. 2009, in American Theatre, Volume 23 Number 1, January 2006, p. 34 (2006), 1 page(s)
[...] for acclaimed lighting designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, six years of apprenticeship eventually blossomed into a full-fledged professional partnership. A lot of my friends and colleagues started saying, "When are you going to make a name for yourself?" There was a lot of peer pressure to get out f...
written by David Kornhaber, fl. 2009, in American Theatre, Volume 23 Number 1, January 2006, p. 34 (2006), 1 page(s)
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LEON BAKST AND THE RENAISSANCE OF COLOR
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written by Current Opinion, in Current Opinion, Vol. LV no.5, November 1913, pp. 350-352 (1913), 3 page(s)
written by Current Opinion, in Current Opinion, Vol. LV no.5, November 1913, pp. 350-352 (1913), 3 page(s)
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Leon Bakst-- Supreme Artist of the Theatre
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written by Clarence I. Freed, fl. 1922, in The American Hebrew, December 8, 1922, pp. 143-144, 153 (1922), 3 page(s)
written by Clarence I. Freed, fl. 1922, in The American Hebrew, December 8, 1922, pp. 143-144, 153 (1922), 3 page(s)
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Living legends: Jules Fisher, lighting designer
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written by Wanda Jankowski, fl. 2003, in Architectural Lighting, Vol. 18 no. 2, March 2003, p. 20 (2003), 1 page(s)
'I moved to New York in 1960 and began lighting off-Broadway shows,' he said. [Jules Fisher] broadened his range to include lighting designs for industrial shows and in 1963, lighted his first Broadway production, Spoon River Anthology. The first of his seven Tony Awards for the lighting design of a Broadway show...
written by Wanda Jankowski, fl. 2003, in Architectural Lighting, Vol. 18 no. 2, March 2003, p. 20 (2003), 1 page(s)
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