ED On Projection

“In the simultaneous use of the living actor and the moving picture in the theatre there lies a wholly new theatrical art, whose possibilities are as infinite as those of speech itself”

This is one of my favorite quotes regarding theatrical design. Astonishingly, Robert Edmonds Jones wrote this in 1919, in his book The Dramatic Imagination. Even more astonishing is that it took almost 60 years for this prescient statement to really take root.

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