Scenery Design for the Amateur Stage

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Index
Abe Lincolin In Illinois, 244
Across the Board on Tomorrow Morning, Fig. 31
Acting areas, 36 f.
Acting levels, 37 f.
Acting planes, 37 f.
Adams, Robert, 240
Adding Machine, The, 7, 17
Admirable Crichton, The, 208, Fig. 11
Aeschylus, 231
Aesthetic balance, 129
Aida, 46
Alchemist, The, 239
Alice In Wonderland, 15, 120
All the King's Men, Fig. 20
American Colonial Period, 241 f.
Amphitryon38, 233
Analogous harmony, 105 f.
Anderson, Maxwell, 29
Andreiev, Leonid, 6
Androcles and the Lion, 14, 233
Angel Street, 4, 131
Anne of the Thousand Days, 236
Another Part of the Forest, 51, 244
Antoine, André, 31
Appia, Adolphe, 54
Aristophanes, 231
Arms and the Man, 14, 51
Asymmetrical balance, 126
A wake and Sing, 4
Backdrop and wing sets, 18, 19
Backings, 54, 227
Balance, 124 ft.
Baroque Period, 26, 93, 116, 236 f.
Barretts of Wimpole Street, The, 244
Barrie, Sir James, 208
Bat, The, 26
Beaumarchais, Pierre, 238
Beaux Stratagem, The, 240
Beggar on Horseback, 7, 17
Behrman, S. N., 47
Belasco, David, 10, 23, 70
Berkeley Square, 241, Fig. 5
Beyond the Horizon, 62
Bilateral symmetry, 124 f.
Biomorphic mass, 115 f.
Bisymmetrical balance, 124 f.
Blithe Spirit, 37, Fig. 10
Blocking action, 80
Blue Bird, The, 15
Bonds of Interest, 238, Fig. 25
Book sets, 214 f.
Boys From Syracuse, The, 233
Brieux, Eugène, 4
Budget problems, 62 f.
Caesar and Cleopatra, 118
Caldéron de la Barco, Pedro, 238
Caliban, 94
Candida, 4, 37, 39
Carmen Jones, 107
Cato, 233
Ceiling: of stagehouse, 51; of set, 227 f.
Chanticleer, Fig. 24
Checkerboard design, 133
Chippendale, Thomas, 241
Christopher Blake, 17, 118
Church scenes, 46
Churrigueresque, 237
Classicism, 5 f.
Cold colors, 109
Color: nature of, 101 ft.; harmony, 104 ft.; expressive quality of, 109 ft.; decorative quality of, 111 f.
Color of lighting, 55, 101
Comedy, 27, 91 f., 109

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