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Illustrated Theatre Production Guide by John Holloway

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CHAPTER 19

HOW DO YOU MAKE

This chapter is devoted to explaining the construction of some specific devices that are very commonly encountered in theatrical work. They did not fit into the flow of the other chapters but are important “how to” topics. The projects are not listed in any order and are intended for use as a reference work. Perhaps they will give you ideas for problem-solving devices of your own.

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THE DOOR ON THE LEFT WAS MADE BY ADDING PARTS TO A STANDARD HOLLOW-CORE DOOR. THE DOOR TO THE RIGHT IS A FACTORY-MADE, HARDBOARD TYPE. THE FRAME WAS MADE USING THE METHODS IN THIS CHAPTER.

CUE LIGHTS

Construction sites often need temporary ...

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