Practical Instructions for Private Theatricals

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Dramatic publishing Company, 1899 - Amateur plays - 71 pages
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Page 73 - Ruddy Complexions. Chapter VIII. Comedy and Character Make-ups. Comedy Effects, Wigs, Beards, Eyebrows, Noses, Lips, Pallor of Death. Chapter IX. The Human Features. The Mouth and Lips, the Eyes and Eyelids, the Nose, the Chin, the Ear, the Teeth. Chapter X. Other Exposed Parts of the Human Anatomy. Chapter XI. Wigs, Beards, Moustaches, and Eyebrows. Choosing a Wig, Powdering the Hair, Dimensions for Wigs, Wig Bands, Bald Wigs, Ladies' Wigs, Beards on Wire, on Gauze, Crape Hair, Wool, Beards for...
Page 73 - Liquid Creams, Rouge, Lips, Eyebrows, Eyelashes, Character Roles, Jewelry, Removing Make-up. Chapter VI. Juveniles. Straight Juvenile Make-up, Society Men Young Men In 111 Health, with Red Wigs, Rococo Make-up, Hands, Wrists, Cheeks, etc. Chapter VII. Adults. Middle Aged, and Old Men. Ordinary Type of Manhood, Lining Colors, Wrinkles, Rouge, Sickly and Healthy Old Age, Ruddy Complexions.
Page 73 - Quadroons, Octoroons, Negroes, Soldiers during War, Soldiers during Peace, Scouts, Pathfinders, Puritans. Early Dutch Settlers, Englishmen, Scotchmen, Irishmen, Frenchmen, Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese, South Americans, Scandinavians, Germans, Hollanders. Hungarians. Gipsies, Russians, Turks, Arabs, Moors, Cafflrs, Abyssinians, Hindoos, Malays, Chinese, Japanese, Clowns and Statuary, Hebrews, Drunkards, Lunatics, Idiots, Misers, Rogues.
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Page 73 - HAQEMAN'S MAKE-UP BOOK. By MAURICE II AHUM AN. Author of "What Became of Parker," "Prof . Robinson," "Hector," "Mr* Mulcahy," "The First Kiss," "By Telephone," "To Rent," etc. Price, 25 cents. The Importance of an effective make-up Is becoming more apparent to the professional actor every year, but hitherto there has been no book on the subject describing the modern methods and at the same time covering all branches of the art.
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Page 5 - It must, however, be understood that this work is intended to aid where there are none of the facilities of a theater, to assist an intelligent little company who are forced to change a parlor, lodge=room, or other large apartment into a place of amusement with a stage and its accessories.
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