Episode 559. Technical Theatre Textbook

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As students and teachers head back to school, it’s the perfect time to talk to Tal Sanders, assistant professor of theatre at Pacific University in Oregon, who has written a new textbook about technical theatre — and it’s absolutely free! Tal discusses the strengths and limitations of the books currently out there, and how his book fills a surprisingly large niche. Featuring too-expensive alternatives, pace and movement of the elements, what we wish audiences (and actors and directors) understood better about technical theatre, the sculpting of theatrical space, and how we can best be shepherds of the story. Click here for links to a free download or to order a hard copy from Amazon. (Length 24:12)


austin · October 23, 2017 at 1:20 pm

Hi Helen! It hasn’t been published yet! As soon as it is, I’ll post a link. Thanks for your comment — and interest!

Helen · October 22, 2017 at 9:36 am

Great interview! I’m trying to find this textbook online… and failing! Do you happen to have a link? Thanks in advance.

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