COSTUME and DESIGN FOR DEVISED and PHYSICAL THEATRE by Tina Bicat

By Tina Bicat

Costumes designed and made for devised or actual drama, for modern circus or for dance, range extensively from the extra conventional dress paintings produced for naturalistic functionality. For these operating within the box - even if specialist or scholar - those changes current demanding situations that this publication seeks to spotlight and clarify whereas supplying powerful ideas to beat them. contains: the variations among designing for scripted and for devised paintings; the really good designing, slicing and making, and becoming of costumes for dance, circus and different actual paintings; the position of the designer/maker within the devising corporation; layout invention within the practice session room; the administration of either time and price range with the past due alterations that take place with devised paintings; the breadth of other talents utilized in the paintings for performance.

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