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  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch - Wikipedia

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    Tatiana Benita Moiseiwitsch, CBE, OC (3 December 1914 – 19 February 2003) was an English theatre designer. Born in London, the daughter of Daisy Kennedy, an Australian concert violinist and Benno Moiseiwitsch, a Russian/Ukrainian classical pianist, she attended the Central School of Arts and Crafts. A pioneering figure in 20th-century theatre design, Moiseiwitsch was the founding designer of the Canadian Stratford Festival and its theatre, and designed the interior of St. Catherine's ...

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch | British stage designer | Britannica.com

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    Tanya Moiseiwitsch: Tanya Moiseiwitsch, British theatre designer (born Dec. 3, 1914, London, Eng.—died Feb. 19, 2003, London), , was renowned for her visionary stage designs, including the influential thrust stage at Stratford, Ont., and for her fruitful collaboration with director Tyrone Guthrie. Moiseiwitsch’s first

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch | Jewish Women's Archive

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    Regarded as one of the foremost designers in twentieth century theater, Tanya Moiseiwitsch was an innovative designer of costumes, sets and stages, responsible for the look of over two hundred productions in England, Canada and the United States, and one of the few women to make an impact in the overwhelmingly male-dominated world of stage design.

  • Obituary: Tanya Moiseiwitsch | Global | The Guardian

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    The move towards a clear stage, opening up plays to the audience's imagination, was the great innovation of 20th-century theatre design. Tanya Moiseiwitsch, who has died aged 88, was one of the most imaginative figures in this progression: her work in Britain, Canada and the US was a thrilling

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch - Telegraph

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    Tanya Moiseiwitsch, who died yesterday aged 88, won acclaim in the 1940s and 1950s as a theatre designer, and was one of a handful of women working professionally at an international level in costume and set design. Her collaboration with Tyrone Guthrie on the design of neo-Elizabethan "thrust

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch - topics.revolvy.com

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    Tanya Moiseiwitsch , OC (3 December 1914 – 19 February 2003) was an English theatre designer. Born in London , the daughter of Daisy Kennedy , an Australian concert violinist and Benno Moiseiwitsch , a famous Russian/Ukrainian classical pianist, she attended the Central School of Arts and Crafts . A pioneering figure in 20th-century theatre design, Moiseiwitsch was the founding designer of the Canadian Stratford Festival and its theatre, and designed the interior of St. Catherine's Chapel ...

  • The Performing Arts Collection - Tanya Moiseiwitsch

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    Career Outline: Tanya Moiseiwitsch is on of the world's most distinguished stage designers. Born in London, she designed her first production at the Westminster Theatre in London in 1934.

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch - IMDb

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    Tanya Moiseiwitsch, Costume Designer: King Lear. She and long-time collaborator, director Tyrone Guthrie, launched theaters in Stratford, Ontario; Sheffield, England, and the Guthrie in Minneapolis, which galvanized the regional-theater movement. They inspired others such as the Vivian Beaumont at Lincoln Center in New York City and the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. In addition to designing ...

  • Tanya Moiseiwitsch | The Old Vic

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    One day in 1957 at the invitation of my godmother and aunt as an awkward 13-year-old I boarded the train from Farnham to Waterloo and crossed the road to the magic that is The Old Vic. My godmother was Tanya Moiseiwitsch (1914 – 2003), stage designer of Two Gentlemen of Verona then showing. Tanya

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