The third edition of Pamela Howard’s What is Scenography? expands on the author’s holistic analysis of scenography as comprising space, text, research, art, performers, directors and spectators, to examine the changing nature of scenography in the twenty-first century.
The book includes:
New investigations of recent production projects from Howard’s celebrated career, including Carmen and Charlotte: A Tri-Coloured Play with Music, full-colour illustrations of her recent work and updated commentary from a wide spectrum of contemporary theatre makers.
This book is suitable for students in Scenography and Theatre Design courses, along with professional theatrical designers.
How to order
You can order "What is Scenography?" direct from the publisher, Routledge (www.routledge.com).
You can order directly from Amazon.co.uk
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“Pamela Howard’s ground breaking What is…
…Scenography? was the first book to set out the bold new approaches to designing and directing for theatre which has dazzled audiences in Europe during the previous decades. It did us all a service by enriching the scope of how we understand the aesthetics of the stage... The lavish new materials (drawings, colour photos, new production analysis) included in this second edition make it even more essential for anyone interested in new developments in theatre”
“Comprehensive and accessible, this ambitious…
…guide includes a walk-in-wardrobe-full of insights and personal accounts... There are some informative and creative insights on the metaphoric meaning of furniture... and Howard takes a wonderfully integrative approach to scripts, looking at the physical shape contribution Invaluable for practitioners, students and the serious enthusiast."
“To write, design, organize, manage, sculpt, educate…
…paint research and above all, to passionately live the life of the performance is what Pamela has done throughout her whole career and, in one way or another, it is reflected here in this book: the universality of stage design, its elements and it's soul."
Serbian: Published by Clio Press
Greek: Published by Epikentro
Galician: Published by Editorial Galaxia
Portugese: Published by Edições Sesc, Brazil
Spanish: Published by Alba Editorial
Publication Drawing Theatre (Published 2016)
By Text+Work, The Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth
Editors Rebecca Pride and Violet McClean
Publication Theatre and Performance Design Vol.3
Editors Jane Collins and Andrew Nisbet
ISSN: 2332-2551 (PRINT) 2332-2578 (ONLINE)
To cite this article Jane Collins (2017) Charlotte: a Tri-coloured Play with Music, Theatre and Performance Design, 3:12, 84-89, DOI: 10.1080/23322551.2017.1326725
Theatre Design and Technology USA (TF&T) Autumn 2016
”A Scenographer's Approach to Directing“ by Yoshinori Tanokura pp 42-53
Jewish Renaissance April 2017
”Fleshy, adorable and complex: new voice for work of Charlotte Salomon” by Judi Herman pp 32-33
Blue pages: Journal for the Society of British Theatre Designers Issue 4 16+ Issue 1 17
”A response to Carmen” at the Slovenian National Opera and Ballet, Ljubljana by Martin Morley pp 46-47
Member of Editorial Board ‘Theatre and Performance Design’ Published Routledge
Vol 1 June 2015 ‘The performance that changed my life’: pp163
Staging Brouček: The World Premiere of Výlet pana Broučka do Měśice by Leoš Janáček: pp292-308 Czech Stage Art and stage Design: Published Theatralia ISBN 978-80-210-5571-1
Theatre Materials: Scenography: Casting the right material: pp43-47 Editor Eleanor Margolies, Central School of Speech and Drama
“He Wrote What He Saw” (Theatre Quarterly) November 2002 A personal assessment of the late John McGrath
“Directing The Greek Passion in Greece” Society of British Theatre Designers Blue Pages Autumn 2005
Artists in Perspective “In Their Own Words”: pp 310 - 3103" The World of Theatre:-
Tradition and Innovation by Mira Felner and Claudia Orenstein pub. 2005 Published Pearson New York
See also British Library ‘Life Stories’
An oral History of British Theatre Design : Editor Liz Wright