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Offers a problem-solving approach that provides a thorough knowledge of the craft. Also draws from literary quotations on light and its effects. "David Hays has always been a brilliant designer. Now he is a brilliant teacher." -Hal Prince
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Book Description Seagull Books, Calcutta, India, 1988. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. First American Edition. A NEAR FINE, bright, clean, tight copy sans rips/tears, stains, markings, or discoloration. "As a first reader for one who hopes to 'light' a production by himself, this book is aimed primarily at non-professional theatre practitioners, the whole range of amateurs at schools, universities, clubs, experimental groups, etc. who can tackle a speech and part of the visuals, but do not have a clue to the lighting, and get scared off by technology and terminology; but Hays's rich theatre experience of lighting for directors like Elia Kazan and Jose Quintero is recalled in problem-solving contexts, offering the more experienced technician insights into his craft." 169 pages. LG6 Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 010159