Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
William Leonard, James Brown, Whitney Combs
Department of Communication
Master of Arts
The theatrical elements of setting, costumes, and make-up for Robinson Jeffers' adaptation of Euripides' Medea were designed and constructed in an attempt to create an effective visual concept. Through careful script analysis and close communication with the director and production staff, the designer combined the visual elements. As a record of the concept development from generalities to rough sketches and from formal drawings and diagrams to the finished product, the designer uses the accounting to trace both the artistic creation and the physical construction of each set element and costume for Medea.
Arts and Humanities | Communication | Performance Studies | Playwriting | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Theatre and Performance Studies
Lanham, H. Kevin, "A Visual Concept for Robinson Jeffers' Adaptation of Euripides' Medea" (1978). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2530.