scene shifter


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sceneshifter

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a person who moves stage scenery during theatrical performances
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scene shifter

nKulissenschieber(in) m(f)

scene shifter

[ˈsiːnʃɪftəʳ] n (Theatre) → macchinista m di scena
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While the whole first half takes place in the kitchen - and the chips are real; I spotted a scene shifter pinching one - the second is on a strip of beach.
He landed a job as a scene shifter at BBC Television Centre and got his big break when he submitted the script for Citizen Smith to comedy producer Dennis Main Wilson.
They called Donald Peers the Cavalier of Song, but he was a chubby chappie who looked more like the scene shifter than the singing sensation he became.
The son of Swedish immigrants, Sandburg attended public schools until he was thirteen and then went to work in his hometown, Galesburg, Illinois, and in the West: driver of a milk wagon, porter in a barber shop, scene shifter in a theater, worker in a brick kiln, carpenter's assistant, dishwasher, house painter, etc.
Also through The Journal, Vanessa Histon came across a 1982 interview with Lilly Taylor who worked for 27 years as a scene shifter at the theatre, one of only two female scene shifters in the country.