F A L L volume 44 * number 4 2008 theatre design & technology on the cover w Norman Bel Geddes' design for the 1920 production of Erminie. (Courtesy the Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin.) 10 Seeing with three eyeS Design for recorded Performance: Film, television, and Video games by Holly Poe Durbin Part three in the series explores how designers as storytellers make visual decisions for recorded media. 10 32 49 26 BeFore anD aFter the Fall by Steve nelson The boring written documentation required by OSHA regulations is as important to saving lives as is carefully engineered personal protective equipment. 32 accountaBility in PerForming artS DegiSn by John von Szeliski Architects and consultants need to examine some common design flaws and re-dedicate themselves to connecting audiences and artists in fresh ways. 44 are you QualiFieD? by Dennis Dorn and Ken vannice OSHA requires hazardous tasks be done by "qualified personnel" such as those certified in the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP). The Subtext Book Reviews Inside USITT 8 49 the Set-SPectrum Project Scenographic reconstruction and theatre education by Iryna Kuksa An appreciation of American designer Norman Bel Geddes and an educational CD which features a 3D visualization of his 1921 production of The Divine Comedy. 67 75 58 meDici wingS the Scenic wing change in renaissance Florence Advertisers 80 by Frank mohler An answer to a centuries-old question about early forms of theatrical machinery.