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Book Launch of NOBODY LOOKS UP: The History of the Counterweight Rigging System, 1500-1925

posted on 7:30 AM, February 28, 2015
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Presented by York University

Book launch & presentation of

NOBODY LOOKS UP:
The History of the Counterweight Rigging System, 1500-1925
By R.W.(Rick) Boychuk

This is a must-read for all who work in and around technical theatre - stagehands, crew, manufacturers, designers, suppliers, consultants, and most importantly, those who are teaching the next generation of technicians.

Book launch & presentation will take place
Monday March 9, 2015 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Arts & Letters Club
14 Elm Street Toronto, ON
  • Discounted and signed copies available
  • Limited seating
  • Cash bar

RSVP   or by phone 416 560-1730

Website: www.counterweightrigging.com

"Nobody Looks Up is a magnificent and very important piece of work to our industry. The detail of your research and the conclusions you reach make quite fascinating reading. I'm overawed and feel that I've learnt a great deal."
       Richard Pilbrow, author of A Theatre Project

Very nice job! Congratulations!
       Mike Murphy, President, J.R. Clancy, Inc.

... a very informative and great read. Congratulations!!
       Norbert Muncs, Past President, CITT
 
Boychuk has thrown down the gauntlet with bold statements backed up with documentation...
       Tim Williamson, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
 
Anyone who has ever pulled a rope in the name of theatre will enjoy this revealing back story…
       Charles Haines, President, Hall Stage, Ltd.
 
 
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