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  • Jocelyn Herbert - Wikipedia

    Jocelyn Herbert RDI (22 February 1917 – 6 May 2003) was a highly influential British stage designer Early life. Born in London the second of the four children of ...

  • Jocelyn Herbert - IMDb

    Jocelyn Herbert was born on February 22, 1917 in Hammersmith, London, England. She was a production designer and costume designer, known for Tom Jones ...

  • Jocelyn Herbert - Telegraph

    Jocelyn Herbert's designs, which used a minimum of scenery and a maximum of lighting effects, achieved an admirably unforced balance between realism and surrealism.

  • Jocelyn Herbert Profiles | Facebook

    View the profiles of people named Jocelyn Herbert. Join Facebook to connect with Jocelyn Herbert and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

  • Jocelyn Herbert | The Independent

    Among Jocelyn Herbert's early teachers were the three women – the sisters Margaret ("Percy") and Sophie Harris and Elizabeth Montgomery – of the Motley design team.

  • From the Jocelyn Herbert Archive

    Thanks to Cathy Courtney for some additional information about David Storey's collaboration with Jocelyn Herbert, following this post about the designs for Early Days.

  • Jocelyn Herbert – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB

    Jocelyn Herbert is credited as Designer. Productions Date of Productions; 3 Penny Opera [Musical, Drama, Revival] Scenic Design by Jocelyn Herbert

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    Jocelyn Herbert address, phone number, send email, public records & background search.

  • 8 best Jocelyn Herbert images on Pinterest | Set design ...

    Design work of iconic stage designer Jocelyn Herbert | See more ideas about Set design, Stage design and Scenic design.

  • George Devine - Wikipedia

    Jocelyn Herbert, who was later to become part of Devine's life, was a student on the course. ... The Theatres of George Devine. Jonathan Cape.

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