As the nonprofessional theatre continues to grow in popularity, its technology expands at a dizzying rate, presenting exciting new opportunities and challenges for all nonprofessional theatre craftsmen. This new edition of a stage manageras old friend takes into account many aspects of the new theatre technology, insuring the bookas lasting place in college, high school, and community theatres everywhere. It is a book more likely to be found backstage on a stepladder than on a library shelf, and this is exactly what the author has intended. The emphasis is on simplicity, economy, and practicability. It is a book that can help now to put any play into production.Individual lights may be controlled by breaking the cable connections at the board or by giving each receptacle a ... The wiring diagram shown in Figure 73 illustrates the usual practice of supplying 220V to the board and dividing it into 1 10Vanbsp;...
|Title||:||Stagecraft for Nonprofessionals|
|Author||:||F. A. Buerki|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 1972|