on 12 January 2010
In this book every effort is made by the authors to provide a very gentle introduction to the complex topic of scenograpghy. The book covers historical and social elements of the subject and its practical implications in a contemporary theatre.
A must read for all students of the subject as it the literary style applied is gentle on the eyes and allows for a maximum retention without a thoroughly complex and verbose dialogue punctuated with insanely elongated explanations of the infinite, which often accompanies some academic literature. This makes it easy to access from the humble novice to the working professional.
The book is comprehensive, to the point, concise. A must buy for all those interested in Drama or Scenography and a fine addition to the Cambridge introduction series.