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'THE MAKING OF A PLAY'

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Mr. ALBERT RUTHERSTON : ‘ Macbeth from the Artist Designer's Point of View '
Mr. Albert Rutherston has done important work in the theatre as a designer of scenes and costumes, notably for Granville Barker 's.productions of The Winter's Tale (1912) and Androcles and the Lion (1913). He has done much by practical example and influence to heighten the standard and appreciation of design in the contemporary theatre. Tonight he describes how he would approach the problem of setting and dressing Macbeth for production.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Albert Rutherston
Unknown: Granville Barker






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