Taylor & Francis, 1996 - 201 Seiten
Directing Plays explores both the theory and practice of directing plays, with particular emphasis on textual interpretation. Don Taylor guides the student through the complex process of choosing a play, the working partnership of director, playwright and designer, the delicate matter of casting a play, the rehearsal process and everything which needs to happen before the production is up and running.
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What is a Director?
Directing without directors
Players and masquers
Sir William Davenant
Sheridan and Pinero
Modernism and the birth of the director
Lighting and Costume Designers
Sound and Music
Crossing imaginary bridges
The Rehearsal Process
Break down and synthesis
Selecting your play
Design and Designers
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