One of the Czech Republic’s most innovative scene designers, incorporating multimedia aspects into his scene designs, Josef Svoboda’s (1920–2002) work is made available to the Anglophone public with translations from Jarka Burian (1927–2005). A detailed study of sixty key productions designed by Svoboda with over two hundred black-and-white photographs, Svoboda’s scenography is realized as a synthesis of traditional methods with technical innovations, creating a total design experience.
Wesleyan University Press
NEH, National Endowment of the Humanities, open books, Melon Foundation, open access humanities, Josef Svoboda, scenography, scene design, Carmen, Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia, Czech National Theatre, special effects, Laterna Magika Theatre, Svoboda, New Stage, multimedia theatre, Jarka Burian, Open Books, NEH, National Endowment for the Humanities, Open Source, Digital Humanities
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Burian, Jarka, "The Scenography of Josef Svoboda" (1974). The NEH/Mellon Open Book Program, Theatre Titles – open access Ebooks. 2.