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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1 Goals
1.2 Sources
1.3 Methods
1.4 Conclusions
Costumes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Procurement
2.3 Fabrics
2.4 Color
2.5 Patterns
2.6 Fitting
2.7 Rehearsal Clothing
2.8 Design
2.8.1 How to Begin
2.8.2 Color
2.8.3 Practicality
2.8.4 Documents
The Set
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Set Pieces
3.2.1 Platforms
3.2.2 Flats
3.2.3 Stairs
3.2.4 Rakes
3.2.5 Other Structures
3.2.6 Floor Coverings
3.3 Construction
3.3.1 Materials
3.3.2 Tools
3.4 Finishing
3.4.1 Painting
3.5 Draperies
3.6 Design
3.6.1 How to Begin
3.6.2 Documents
3.6.3 Computer-Aided Design
3.7 A Typical Set Construction at WPI
Rigging
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Common Rigging Hardware
4.2.1 Rope
4.2.2 Wire Rope
4.2.3 Thimbles, Wire Rope Clips, and Swages
4.2.4 Shackles, Turnbuckles and Hooks
4.2.5 Chain & Rapid Links
4.2.6 Slings
4.3 Fly Methods
4.3.1 Non-Counterweighted Pulley Systems
4.3.2 Counterweighted Fly Systems
4.3.3 Lifts
4.3.4 Chain Motors
4.4 Flying Set Pieces
Lighting
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Lighting Instruments
5.2.1 Scoops
5.2.2 Cyclorama Lights
5.2.3 Parabolic Reflector Cans
5.2.4 Fresnel Spotlights
5.2.5 Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlights
5.2.6 Automated Instruments
5.3 Color
5.3.1 Color Theory
5.3.2 Primary, Secondary and Complementary Colors of Light
5.3.3 Light Mixing
5.3.4 Practical Use of Color
5.4 Patterns
5.5 Dimmers
5.5.1 Dimmer History
5.6 Cables and Connectors
5.7 Lighting Boards
5.8 Control
5.9 Design
5.9.1 Washes
5.9.2 Specials
5.9.3 Cyclorama Lighting
5.9.4 Color
5.9.5 Lighting Angle
5.9.6 Simulating Exteriors
5.9.7 Lighting Design Paperwork
5.9.8 Computer-Aided Lighting Design
5.10 A Typical Lighting Hang at WPI
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Input
6.2.1 Microphones
6.2.2 Analog Tape
6.2.3 Digital Audio Tape (DAT)
6.2.4 Compact Disc (CD)
6.2.5 Mini-Disc (MD)
6.2.6 Digital Samplers
6.2.7 Computer Sound Cards
6.3 Mixing Boards
6.4 Signal Processing Equipment
6.4.1 Equalizers
6.4.2 Compressors and Limiters
6.4.3 Noise Gates
6.4.4 Effects Processors
6.5 Output
6.5.1 Power Amplifiers
6.5.2 Speakers
6.5.3 Crossovers
6.6 Cabling and Connectors
6.6.1 Line-Level
6.6.2 Speaker-Level
6.7 Automation
6.8 Design
6.8.1 Creating and Obtaining Effects
6.8.2 Editing and Processing Effects
6.8.3 Designing the Sound System
6.9 A Typical Audio Setup at WPI
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Basic Theory
7.3 Power Feeds
7.4 Power Distribution Boxes
7.5 Power Protection
7.6 Important Considerations
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Technical Theatre Handbook

Technical Theatre Handbook

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