Directors & Designers offers the reader insights into the
working relationships of people in these significant and creative
roles. It charts an understanding of the way in which these roles
have developed over the last century with specific chapters on both
the personalities and on the works created by these directors and
designers. White has selected chapters which look at theatre and
site-specific performance, the phenomenological, contested readings
and mis-readings that can occur; the power of place and space and
the signifying practices of scenography. The use of simultaneous
playing spaces of the stage as a feature of twentieth century
performance practice, alongside exemplars of collaborative models
possible between directors and designers are also addressed in this
volume. A string of visual languages for theatrical communication
and aesthetics, space and the cognitive reception of design by the
audience, and the manipulation of space by the director and
designer, illuminate the creative relationship for the reader.
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