The Big Show set designs by Mark Lawson and Nash,

Title
The Big Show set designs by Mark Lawson and Nash, 1916.
Author
Lawson, Mark.

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1 of 3Still imageBy appointment onlyCheck with staff*T-Vim 2011-022 1 of 3Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
2 of 3 Still imageBy appointment onlyCheck with staff*T-Vim 2011-022 2 of 3 Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
3 of 3Still imageBy appointment onlyCheck with staff*T-Vim 2011-022 3 of 3Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre

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Description
3 designs : color; 86 cm. x 45 cm. and smaller.
Genre/Form
Set design drawings.
Call Number
*T-Vim 2011-022
Author
Lawson, Mark.
Title
The Big Show set designs by Mark Lawson and Nash, 1916.
Summary
One set design in watercolor for The Big Show, Act 1: Brighton Beach is signed Mark Lawson (1 of 3); the other two paintings in gouache, by same hand, one signed Nash, depict scenes and performers in The Big Show (2 of 3 and 3 of 3).
Biography
The Big Show, a musical revue staged by R. H. Burnside and produced by Charles Dillingham with music by Raymond Hubbell, ran at the Hippodrome from 1916-1917. Mark Lawson was one of the scenic designers.
Research Call Number
*T-Vim 2011-022
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