Theatre Design

Some articles on design, theatre, theatre design, designs:

Margaret Harris - Biography - Career
... great success of this led to an invitation from Gielgud to design Gordon Daviot's Richard of Bordeaux, which opened at the New Theatre in St Martins Lane ... Saint Denis went on to found The London Theatre Studio (1936–1939), a radical new theatre school which incorporated courses in theatre design taught by the Motleys ... This was the first time theatre design had been taught within a drama school in the UK, and their students included Jocelyn Herbert ...
Royal Designers For Industry - Current Members - RDIs
... Name Category Year Kenneth Adam Production design 2009 Ron Arad Furniture design 2002 Dennis Bailey Illustration design 1980 Edward Barber Furniture design 2007 John Barnard ...
Sophie Harris - Biography
... A fellow student was Elizabeth Montgomery Wilmot, and the three formed a theatre design partnership known as Motley Theatre Design Group ... of this led to an invitation from Gielgud to design Gordon Daviot's Richard of Bordeaux, which opened at the New Theatre in St Martins Lane, London, in February 1933 ... Saint Denis went on to found The London Theatre Studio (1936–1939), a radical new theatre school which incorporated courses in theatre design taught by the Motleys ...
Matej Andraž Vogrinčič - Art Interventions, Performances, Films, Theatre Design
1998 Set designs for Marina Grzinic and Aina Šmid’s video Madame Butterfly Theater, Mladinsko, Ljubljana 1994 Paints garments and makes fashion accessories for Hej ...

Famous quotes containing the words design and/or theatre:

    We find that Good and Evil happen alike to all Men on this Side of the Grave; and as the principle Design of Tragedy is to raise Commiseration and Terror in the Minds of the Audience, we shall defeat this great End, if we always make Virtue and Innocence happy and successful.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

    To save the theatre, the theatre must be destroyed, the actors and actresses must all die of the plague. They poison the air, they make art impossible. It is not drama that they play, but pieces for the theatre. We should return to the Greeks, play in the open air; the drama dies of stalls and boxes and evening dress, and people who come to digest their dinner.
    Eleonora Duse (1859–1924)