Stage Lighting Design: A Practical Design

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Crowood Press, Limited, 1999 - Performing Arts - 208 pages
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In Stage Lighting Design, a leading expert guides readers through experience to knowledge, inviting them to investigate every aspect of the roles of the stage electrician and the lighting designer. Among the topics covered are choosing and using equipment; working with color; techniques for focusing; planning, testing, and executing a lighting design; lighting in the round and other staging layouts; and lighting Shakespeare, Brecht, and many other production styles. Throughout, safety points are emphasized and clearly highlighted in the text.

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Fraser is a graduate of the prestigious drama department of Manchester University. Neil is currently Director of Technical Training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he has also taught Contemporary Theatre Studies for over ten years.

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