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Practical articles on lighting design, sound, scene painting, and more.
Cubes: simple, versatile rehearsal furniture
By Dana Taylor. An illustrated how-to. Dramatics, September 2009.
EQ demystified: secrets of the sound booth
By Andy Leviss. A simple technique for adjusting equalization. Dramatics, October 2007.
An inspector calls: what to expect when you hire an exper...
By Dana Taylor. Dramatics, September 2008.
It was a dark and stormy night: an introduction to lighti...
By Scott C. Parker. Part of a series. Dramatics, January 2009.
Light it up: Battery-powered lanterns and candles set sce...
By Chuck Meacham. An illustrated how-to. Dramatics, October 2009.
Lights, and… go: an introduction to lighting design, part...
By Scott C. Parker. Part of a series. Dramatics, May 2010.
Spring cleaning: getting your theatre ready for fall
By Dana Taylor. Five things you should do every year. Dramatics, May 2008.
Texture: a simple way to add interest and realism to scen...
By Donna Wymore. How to make and apply a texturing compound to simulate a real plaster wall, cement, brick, dirt, tile, or rough barn wood. Dramatics, May 2009.
Directing the design
By Joe Deer. Creating the visual world of the play. Teaching Theatre, v20n3.
By Tarin Chaplin. The process of building a school theatre. Teaching Theatre, v15n3.
Painting the scene
By Sean O’Skea. A beginner’s guide to tools and techniques. Teaching Theatre, v21n1.
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