I noted the “In Memoriam” for Robert Randolph in the May issue of ED, which I got on May 12, the same day The New York Times reported the death of Jocelyn Herbert. Her passing marks the end of an important era in the history of stage and film design. Jocelyn's career spanned, and in many ways defined, the sea change in the conception of stage design from the 19th-century viewpoint of a layered pictorial stage to a modern plastic theatre space. Jocelyn was a student of traditional English ...
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