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Suggested merge with scenographer[edit]

absolutely! it'a a no brainer... Charlie Richmond 23:21, 3 March 2006 (UTC)

Definitely, what i the next step? User:Mansfeldt 21:00, 21 March 2006 (UTC +1)

  • Don't merge - I agree with the last post, both pages have developed even over the last three months. 29th may 2006

Although the two terms are related, I agree that they should not be merged. Scenography is the study of stage design etc etc... and Scenographer is the person doing the Scenography.

dont merge,


No definition[edit]

This page needs a clear, succinct definition of the term "scenography." I am unfamiliar with the term, and reading this page did not help me understand what it means. The first sentence tells what it "relates to," but not what it is. The quotation from Pamela Howard describes rather than defines; it is only helpful to a reader who already knows what specific practice or discipline the term refers to. (talk) 04:29, 12 October 2012 (UTC)