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Top girls: conventional costumes and a digitized stage design

Top girls: conventional costumes and a digitized stage design

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Title: Top girls: conventional costumes and a digitized stage design
Author: Spidell, Scott George
Abstract: Top Girls: Conventional Costumes and a Digitized Stage Design describes the process of designing the projected sets and traditional costumes for an intermedial production of Caryl Churchill's Top Girls. Intermediality in performance refers to a blending or fusion of differing media in a production. What this practical thesis intends to do is explore the possibility of marrying some of the new techniques of video projection mapping with the requirements of theatrical scenic and prop design, using a limited budget. The intent of this thesis is to demonstrate that a basic mapping overlay of set and props images over simple surfaces is easily attainable.
Type: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
Rights: Author owns copyright, except where explicitly noted. Please contact the author directly with licensing requests.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/32522

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