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Stage Makeup, 10th Edition by Beverly Gore Norcross, James Glavan, Richard Corson

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CHAPTER 19 Nonrealistic Makeup

 

Nonrealistic makeup comprises makeups not only for realistic and nonrealistic characters made up in one of various nonrealistic styles (FIGURE 19-1, 19-2B, 19-3, and 19-4), but also for nonrealistic, that is, fanciful or nonhuman characters—such as trolls, demons, and apes—made up in a realistic style (FIGURE 19-9).

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FIGURE 19-1   Joe York as Frank N. Furter in The Rocky Horror Show at Zachary Scott Theater Center, Austin, Texas. An example of Theatricalism. (Photograph by Kirk R. Tuck.)

Nonrealistic Styles

The nonrealistic styles can range from theatrical realism or theatricalism (FIGURE 19-1, 19-2B, 19-3 ...

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