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First published in 1988, BACKSTAGE HANDBOOK: an illustrated almanac of technical information by Paul Carter with illustrations by George Chiang is one of the most widely used stagecraft textbooks in the United States. It is currently in its third edition. This handy reference book brings... Read more »
Over 100 examples of backstage paperwork ready for photocopying--forms like hanging schedules, costume fitting sheets, lighting circuit schedules, prop pre-set lists, sound cues, to name only a few. ISBN: 0-911747-35-4 Read more »
Dozens of newly manufactured lighting instruments, and many old ones not included in the first edition, bring this second edition up to date. Photometric data-beam angles, field angles, footcandles and beam diameters at various throw distances, etc.-on over 500 theatrical lighting instruments... Read more »
An indispensable reference book for sound designers to help them identify appropriate music for plays and films. It lists classical composers from Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) to John Adams (b. 1947) with short descriptions of the type of music they composed and suggestions for which of... Read more »
Widely adopted as a college textbook, STOCK SCENERY CONSTRUCTION HANDBOOK is one of the easiest to use, and most complete manuals on scenery construction. It has over 180 full-page drawings showing construction techniques for every conceivable kind of stock scenery piece, from flats (plain ones,... Read more »
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