Looking into the Abyss by Arnold Aronson is an anthology of essays, lectures, speeches, and articles by a top American theatre historian and theorist. His research and interest centres on stage design as an integral part of theatre productions that has a visual quality with an importance equal to that of the word, the actor’s movement, sound, or music, etc. Also significant is Aronson’s interpretation of the theatre as a spatial art in time and in interaction with the viewer. For Aronson, stage design is more than just a visual art that can be studied separately from all the other components of the theatre.
Price 250 Czk / 263 pp. / ISBN 978-80-7008-214-0
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