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Shadow Woman: The Extraordinary Career of Pauline Benton Richard Bradshaw's Guide to Shadow Puppets La Guia de Richard Bradshaw para el Teatro de Sombras
The story of Pauline Benton - an icon in the field of shadow theatre but about whom so little is known - would have vanished into oblivion without this eloquent book. In the 1920s, Pauline Benton discovered shadow theatre (piyingaxi), which was declining in China. She believed she could save the ancient tradition by taking it to America. During the 30s and 40s, her Red Gate Players toured complex productions using authentic Chinese shadow figures .

Author: Grant Hayter-Menzies
Total Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-0-7735-4201-3
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Richard Bradshaw, the world's leading shadow puppeteer, details how he conceives, designs, and constructs rod-operated silhouette figures, Included are examples of transformation figures, tips on finding simple solutions to complex ideas, creating the screen, selecting the light source, and building the stage frame, As well, Richard offers expert advice on putting together the production. This long-awaited book will be the go-to reference as you explore the realm of shadow puppetry.

"...like you are getting a private workshop."
Wendy Morton, Shadow Puppetry Consultant, Puppeteers of America

Author: Richard Bradshaw
Total Pages:204
ISBN: 978-0-921845-43-0

Richard Bradshaw, el mejor sombrista de la historia, detalla en este libro como concibe, diseña y construye siluetas de sombras operadas por varillas. Se incluyen ejemplos de transformaciones de figuras, consejos para encontrar soluciones simples a problemas complejos, formas de construir pantallas, seleccionar la fuente de luz y construir el teatrillo.

Richard, además, ofrece sus expertos consejos para la producción del espectáculo.

Este libro tan esperado será la referencia imprescindible a medida que explores el mundo del teatro de sombras.

Author: Richard Bradshaw
Traducci
ón el español: Manuel Santiago López

Total Pages: 218
ISBN: 978-0-921845-58-4