Dr. Tice Miller Lecture Slides
The images and accompanying notes in this collection are taken from the lecture slides of Dr. Tice Miller, covering the history of theatrical practice from ancient cultures through the 20th century. These files contain depictions of theatrical spaces, scenery, costumes, lighting, practitioners, and theoreticians, augmented by historical artifacts and cultural materials.
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An important associate of the 19th century scene painter was the stage machinist, who was called upon to create props of great complexity. The chariot for Klaw and Erlanger's spectacle of 1899, Ben Hur, was so constructed that it could ride over treadmills, lose a wheel, yet carry the driver to victory
American drama -- 19th century ;Theater -- United States -- History -- 19th century ;Theaters -- Stage setting and scenery ;Stage machinery
University of Nebraska--Lincoln, Libraries
Tice Miller, Professor Emeritus UNL ; scan from teaching slides, original source unknown
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