Scene Design in the American Theatre from 1915 to 1960

Scene Design in the American Theatre from 1915 to 1960

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R. and L. panels, rear, are open, giving a view of corridor far upstage. ... of openings and a wagon stage that moved laterally across the center of the stage ( labeled aquot;truckaquot; on the basic plan), Gorelik devised ... A Three-fold flat, indicating walls of room, contains a window, R., and a door, L. Remainder of stage represents hallways outside room. Simultaneous action in corridor at portal, L. Diagrams for Act 1.


Title:Scene Design in the American Theatre from 1915 to 1960
Author: Orville Kurth Larson
Publisher:University of Arkansas Press - 1989
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