The Production Notebooks: Volume 1
Paperback, 260 pages ISBN: 9781559361101Publication Date:
1 Jul 1997
Size: 229mm x 152mm£19.99

The Production Notebooks: Volume 1

Theatre in Process

By Mark Bly

Paperback £19.99

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Detailed case-studies of four major productions by leading American theatre companies.

America's finest dramaturgs chart the progress of the productions from writing and design through to final production. A comprehensive insight into directing, designing, acting and theatrical management.

The productions featured in this volume are:

The Clytemnestra Project
based on the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides
Garland Wright, director
Jim Lewis, dramaturg
The Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN

Danton's Death
by Georg Buchner, trans. Robert Auletta
Robert Wilson, director
Christopher Baker, dramaturg
Alley Theatre, Houston, TX

The Love Space Demands
by Ntozake Shange, adapted from her poetry
Talvin Wilks, director
Shelby Jiggetts, dramaturg
Crossroads Theatre Company, New Brunswick, NJ

Children of Paradise: Shooting a Dream
based on the film by Marcel Carne and Jacques Prevert
Dominique Serrand, director
Paul Walsh, dramaturg
Company created by Theatre de la Jeaune Lune, Minneapolis, MN

See also the companion volume, The Production Notebooks: Volume 2.

Paperback,260 pages ISBN: 9781559361101Publication Date:
1 Jul 1997
Size: 229mm x 152mm£19.99

Also by Mark Bly:

The Production Notebooks: Volume 2

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