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KIRKUS REVIEW

A sort of what to do till the doctor comes for beginners and non-professionals in stagecraft. It is old hat stuff for professionals and experienced workers, and presents nothing that has not been handled better by other books of similar nature (Scenery for the Theatre by Harold Burris Meyer and Edward C. Cole). It deals with impractical trivia, recommends free and satisfactory way of eliminating reflections from mirrors and glass surfaces without mentioning the authorized professional method. Book of instructions for amateurs, amateurishly done.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 1940
Publisher: Harper