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Sound: A Reader in Theatre Practice

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 264
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Readings in Theatre Practice

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Brown explores relationships between sound and theatre, focusing on sound's interdependence and interaction with human performance and drama. Suggesting different ways in which sound may be interpreted to create meaning, it...

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Brown explores relationships between sound and theatre, focusing on sound's interdependence and interaction with human performance and drama. Suggesting different ways in which sound may be interpreted to create meaning, it includes key writings on sound design, as well as perspectives from beyond the discipline. 

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Contains previously unpublished material by and new interviews with leading contemporary innovators of theatre sound, including John Collins (Wooster Group) and Scott Gibbons (Soc?etas Raffaello Sanzio)
Offers both vocabulary and historical context for critical discussion and creative practice

Series Editor's Preface
Introduction: The Theatre of Sound
PART I: DRAMATURGICALLY ORGANISED NOISE
Defining Theatre Sound Design
What the Textbooks Say
The Pre-History of Sound Design
Alternative Takes
Five Sound Designers in their Own Words
PART II: THEATRICALLY ORGANISED HEARING
Problems with Sound as Scenography
Live Listening: The Aural Phenomenology of Theatre
Resounding Theatres
Alternative Realities
John Levack Drever on Sound Effect-Object-Event
Conclusion
Bibliography.

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ROSS BROWN is Dean of Studies and Reader in Sound at the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, UK. He is Convenor of the International Theatre Sound Colloquium His professional career as a theatre composer, musician and sound designer includes productions for BBC Radio Drama, Shared Experience, RSC, The Almeida, BAC, The Gate, The Royal Court, The Shadow Syndicate, Glasgow Citizens', Lancaster Duke's, Derby Playhouse, Red Shift and many other prestigious companies in the commercial and subsidised sectors.

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ROSS BROWN is Dean of Studies and Reader in Sound at the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, UK. He is Convenor of the International Theatre Sound Colloquium His professional career as a theatre composer, musician and sound designer includes productions for BBC Radio Drama, Shared Experience, RSC, The Almeida, BAC, The Gate, The Royal Court, The Shadow Syndicate, Glasgow Citizens', Lancaster Duke's, Derby Playhouse, Red Shift and many other prestigious companies in the commercial and subsidised sectors.

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