Empowering design through non-visual process: The blind add new vision to innovation
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Kostner, Nicholas Gene (University of Kansas, 2009-06-02)KING LEAR A GILDED AGE TRAGEDY Master of Fine Arts in Scenography Thesis under the direction of Delbert Unruh, M.A., Professor of Theatre and Film This theatre design for Shakespeare's King Lear sets the play in late ...
What's It Going To Be Then, Eh? Youth Violence, Free Will, and the Creative Cycle in A Clockwork Orange Evans, Cynthia Louise (University of Kansas, 2014-05-31)This thesis chronicles the development of a contemporary scenographic design for the stage of Anthony Burgess' novel, A Clockwork Orange, based on his original novel and including the 21st chapter, which has been omitted ...
Gu, Nannan (University of Kansas, 2015-05-31)This paper is focusing on the Scenography for Lionel Bart’s musical “Oliver!”. It mainly includes the Scenic Design, Costume Design and Lighting Design. I chose this musical for my thesis because I believe it is timeless, ...