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  • 5 Theater Books to Read

    Looking to achieve another goal besides getting off-book and acting? Knowing your way around a theater never hurts. Consider exploring a different role on (or behind) the stage and check out these five books to help you get started!
    “Unmasking Theatre Design,” Lynne PorterDesign is an integral part of building a believable world onstage. This book will show you “how to cultivate creative thinking skills through every step of theater design—from the first play reading to the finished design presentation.”
    “Twelve Things You Need to Know Before You Graduate: To Get a Job in Theatre,” Anne L. WillinghamWritten by someone who’s worked as everything from a stagehand to salesperson, this book lists what every graduate with a degree in theater must know to work professionally in his or her field.
    “The Assistant Lighting Designer’s Toolkit,” Anne E. McMillsIf you’re interested in how lighting for the theater works but have no experience, this is a good place to begin. The guide breaks down what should be found in every assistant’s kit, explains tools like magic sheets and focus tapes, outlines challenges, and provides tips from industry

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