Stage Designers in Early Twentieth-Century America: Artists, Activists, Cultural Critics Christin Essin

ISBN: 9781137496645

Published: April 23rd 2015

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284 pages


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Stage Designers in Early Twentieth-Century America: Artists, Activists, Cultural Critics  by  Christin Essin

Stage Designers in Early Twentieth-Century America: Artists, Activists, Cultural Critics by Christin Essin
April 23rd 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 284 pages | ISBN: 9781137496645 | 3.28 Mb

Christin Essin documents theatres backstage history through the cultural roles played by designers during the modern development of their profession. -By casting designers as authors, cultural critics, activists, entrepreneurs, and globalMoreChristin Essin documents theatres backstage history through the cultural roles played by designers during the modern development of their profession. -By casting designers as authors, cultural critics, activists, entrepreneurs, and global cartographers, Essin tells a story about scenic images on the page, stage, and beyond that helped American audiences see the everyday landscapes and exotic destinations from a modern perspective.



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