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xxiii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Section 1: Introduction * Chapter 1: An Introduction to Sustainability * Chapter 2: Existing Resources to Access Section 2: The Forest View * Chapter 3: Support Areas * Offices * Front-of-House Operations * Concessions Chapter 4: Assessing The Facilities * Production Areas * The Stage * The Auditorium and Lobby Section 3: Designing for a More Sustainable Production Chapter 5: The Intersection of Sustainability and Safety * Industrial Hygiene Basics * Safety Basics * Sidebars: at least two on specific safety topics * Chapter 6:Approaching the Design * Scene Design * Sidebars: at least two examples-- Focus on a "Green" Scene Design Process * Costume Design * Sidebars: at least one example-- Focus on a "Green" Costume Design Process * Recycle, Reduce, Reuse * Consortiums * Professional Shops that Recycle * Sidebar: at least two examples-- Focus on scene shops or organizations that recycle scenery Section 4: Executing the Designs * Chapter 7: The Scene Shop * Materials * Construction Techniques * Technical Direction Focus (contribution by Paul Brunner) * Building for Deconstruction * Adopting New Construction Templates * Building for Reuse * Props * Chapter 8: The Paint Shop * Paints and Coatings * Flame Retardant * Clean-Up * Chapter 9:Strike Process * Preparation * Sidebar: Strike Process with Sustainability in Mind (contribution by Paul Brunner) * Chapter 10: Lighting * The Stage * Focus on Conventional Fixtures * Focus on LEDs: A Study of One Show (contribution by Maja White) * Architectural and Task Lighting Options * Chapter 11:The Costume Shop * Construction and Materials * Laundry * Actor Stations Section 5: Rehearsal and Performance * Chapter 12: Rehearsal and Performance * The Rehearsal Process * Programs and Posters * Concessions Section 6: Outside Resources Chapter 13: Helpful Resources * Potential Partners * Collection of Online Resources * Suggestions for Grant Proposals and Focuses * Sidebars on four organizations that won grants for improving sustainability * Chapter 14: Conclusion Checklists.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415663243 20160613
Protecting the environment should be a priority of every theatrical production, but it can be challenging to mount an environmentally-friendly show with limited time, resources, and information. A Practical Guide to Greener Theatre: Introduce Sustainability Into Your Productions not only gives you the information you need to make greener decisions, but provides you with practical, workable solutions. You will learn how to assess and improve every production area - from costuming and painting, lighting and technical direction, to administrative offices and the rehearsal process. Checklists, examples of successful strategies, and step-by-step instructions will show you how to identify areas where manageable, sustainable changes can make your productions greener, and advice from working professionals, with experience greening their own productions, will leave you confident that your processes are environmentally sound. Even non-technical people who find themselves responsible for supervising productions will find green solutions that can be instituted with a staff of volunteers or students. Remember: every step toward sustainability is a step forward. * Discover small fixes that will make your theatre productions greener. * Examine ways to introduce greener practices in the design, execution, and strike process. * Explore how introducing sustainability into your theatre productions can save your company time and money. * Learn how sustainability and safety intersect to help protect your workers and volunteers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415663243 20160613
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