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Setting the Stage
What We Do, How We Do It, and Why
David Hays

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Read This
• Starting Out
• Long Day’s Journey into O’Neill
• Getting the Idea
• London, the Glorious City
• Yale and Green Mansions
• Boston Again, and Tanglewood
• Painting Lessons from a Virtuoso
• New York
• Broadway Briefly
• The Exploding Chicken
• Sir Tyrone
• The Light That Failed
• “Gadg” and Getting Fired
• Designing for Garson Kanin, and What It’s All About
• The Pipe in the Drawer
• Maureen and More
• Good Things and Not-So-Good Things
Hughie, and Strange Behavior
• Two Designers and Survival
• One Night Only
• Repertory, Classics, a Falling Out
• Too Much Control
• Musical Disaster and Success
• More Musicals and a Fantastic Preview
• We Knew Famous People
• Concrete at Last
• Opera Tales
• My Sad Ending with José
• Conceiving a Production
• Violetta and the Parade
• First Steps into Another World
• More Ballet
• The Grand Kabuki
• Japan Again
• Turntables and Puppets
• Mr. B.
• Finale
• Encore
• Index

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 13:58:59 -0500