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In the US in the late 19th Century, there was a willingness to experiment with tile and terra cotta decoration. This Art Nouveau newel post is at the bottom of the staircase in the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, designed by the Norwegian architect Thorbjorn Bassoe and made by the Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co. of New Jersey in 1902-03.
After the final curtain: America's beautiful abandoned theaters.
After the Final Curtain | Photographically documenting neglected and abandoned theaters throughout the United States I found this site to be really
Circus Caravans, 1940s-1950s. Retronaut: "Arthur J. Fenwick collection of circus material. Arthur Fenwick (1878-1957) was a director of Fenwick’s Department Store. In his personal life he was extremely interested in fairs and circuses, collecting historical material about them and building personal relationships with showmen who visited Newcastle."
Andrew Moore's Beautiful Ruins - The L Magazine
Chelsea's Yancey Richardson Gallery is the perfect space to hold Andrew Moore's latest exhibition. Detroit (through January 9), his fifth... Read More
How to Make a Revolving Stage
How to Make A Revolving Stage A human-powered turntable for low budget, low tech theater companies. by Peter Konopak, Allan Robins, and James Wojciehowski Back in November of 2010 my friends Alan and Jim, my wife, my son, and my son's theater teacher/ director/ sister-a-different-set-of-parents and I were all sitting around the dinner table when sister announced it was her intention to stage the Broadway version of Les Miserables. This surprised none of us, because she has a penchant for…