Sartre's Kean and Friel's Translations: technical direction and lighting design
The work is an analysis of both a technical director's execution of the designs for Jean-Paul Sartre's Kean and a lighting designer's analysis for Brian Friel's Translations. Kean was produced by the Department of Drama at the University of Calgary's Reeve Theatre, November, 1984, and Translations was produced by the Department of Drama at the University of Calgary's University Theatre, February, 1985. The writer deals with the concepts of technical direction and lighting design in separate sections. The section on technical direction includes period research information, technical schedules, production photographs, production account records, and production draftings, while the section on lighting design contains the instrument schedule, the instrument control and plugging chart, colour media number count, cue sheet, and light plot. The writer also discusses his concept and execution of the work on technical direction and lighting design.
Bibliography: p. 125-126.
Domanczuk, T. (1986). Sartre's Kean and Friel's Translations: technical direction and lighting design (Master's thesis, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada). Retrieved from https://prism.ucalgary.ca. doi:10.11575/PRISM/15667