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Producing Musicals: A Practical Guide - by John Gardyne

Producing Musicals: A Practical Guide by John Gardyne

The principles and procedures described in this book can be applied to shows of any size and complexity, from one–off cabaret entertainments to large–scale, multi–media extravaganzas. An invaluable companion for both first–time and experienced producers, directors, and designers, it covers such topics as: the key roles of producer, director, creative team, and staging departments; suggested approaches for producing, directing, designing, and casting shows; a breakdown of the rehearsal process; a detailed analysis of the procedures for moving a production from the rehearsal room into the theater; and much more. John Gardyne is an award–winning playwright as well as a director, writer, and producer; he has produced and directed shows in London’s West End, in small fringe theaters, and in major opera houses. He teaches and directs at drama schools and music colleges in Britain and abroad, including The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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Producing Musicals: A Practical Guide on Paperback

Publisher: Crowood

Released: 2004

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