THEATER APPRECIATION

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THEATER APPRECIATION
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  1. PROSCENIUM
    COMES FROM ARCH THE FRAME WHICH SEPARATEDS THE STAGE FROM THE AUDITORIUM, INTRODUCED IN ITALY-RENAISANCE
  2. ARENA STAGE
    A RETURN TO ONE OF THE MOST ANCIENT STAGE ARRANGEMENTS
  3. THRUST STAGE
    THREE QUARTERS SEATING-U SHAPE
  4. STAGE HOUSE
    BACK OF THE PLAYING AREA PROVIDING THE ENTRANCE AND EXITS OF THEPERFORMERS AS WELL AS SCENE STAGES
  5. CIRCLE-ORCHESTRA
    LOCATING IS AT THE BASE OF A CURVING HILLSIDE
  6. SKENE
    FORMAL DOORS THROUGH WHICH CHARACTERS MADE THEIR ENTRANCE AND EXITS BACKROUND FOR ACTION
  7. NON THEATER BUILDINGS
    WAREHOUSES FIRESTATIONS BASEMENTS ETC
  8. STREET THEATER
    • HELD OUTDOORS IN NONTRADITIONAL SETTINGS- THREE TYPES:
    • 1 IN THE STREETS
    • 2 NEIGHBORHOOD
    • 3 GUERRILLA THEATER AGGRESSIVE ORIENTED THEATRE PRODUCED BY ACTIVIST GROUP IN THE STREETS
  9. MULTIFOCUS ENVIROMENTS
    PRESENTATIONS THAT OFFER ACTING FILMS DANCE VIDEO MUSIC SLIDES SHOWS
  10. BLACK BOX
    FLEXIBLE AND MOVABLE SEATS LIGHTS PLATFORMS LEVELS ETC
  11. OBJECTIVES OF SCENE DESIGN
    • 1. CREATING AN ENVIROMENT FOR THE PERFORMERS AND PERFORMANCE
    • 2. HELPING TO SET THE MOOD AND STYLE PRODUCTION
    • 3. HELPING TO DISTINGUISH REALISTIC FROM NONREALISTIC THEATER
    • 4. ESTABLISHING THE LOCALE AND PERIOD IN WHICH THE PLAY TAKES PLACE
    • 5. EVOLVING A DESIGN W DIRECTER AND DESIGNERS
    • 6. PROVIDING A CENTRAL IMAGE METAPHOR
    • 7. SCENE COORDINATED WITH OTHER ELEMENTS
    • 8.SOLVING PRACTICAL DESIGN PROB
  12. MOOD AND STYLE
    A STAGE SETTING CAN HELP ESTABLISH THE MOOD STYLE AND MEANING OF A PLAY
  13. REALISTIC THEATER
    SETS LOOK EXACTLY LIKE REAL LIFE
  14. DESIGN CONCEPT
    UNIFYING IDEA CARRIED OUT VISUALLY
  15. GROUNF PLAN
    A FLOOR PLAN DRAWN TO SCALE OUTLINING THE VARIOUS LEVELS ON THE STAGE
  16. FLY LOFT
    TO FLY LOFT OUT OF THE VIEW OF THE AUDIENCE
  17. FLAT
    SINGLE FLAT UNIT
  18. SCRIM
    A GAUZE OR CLOTH SCREEN WHICH CAN BE PAINTED WITH THIN PAINT OR DYE
  19. PROP
    COMES FROM THE WORD PROPERTY
  20. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
    • LINE
    • MASS AND COMPOSITION
    • TEXTURE
    • COLOR
    • RHYTHM
    • MOVEMENT
  21. STEPS IN DESIGN PROCES
    • DESIGNER READS SCRIPT
    • MEETS WITH DIRECTOR
    • DEVELOPS SKETCHS
  22. TECH DIRECTOR
    RESPONSIBLE FOR SOLVING OVERALL TECH PROBS
  23. PROPERTY DESIGNER
    CREATES AND EXECUTES PROPS
  24. SCENIC CHARGE
    ARTISTS RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEING THAT SETS ARE BUILT ACCORDING TO REQUIREMENTS
  25. COSTUMES
    CLOTHES SIGNALING A NUMBER OF THINGS SEX, POSITION, OCCUPATION ETC
  26. 7 REQUIREMENTS FOR STAGE COSTUMES
    • HELP ESTABLISH PRODUCTION
    • INDICATE HISTORICAL PERIOD OF PLAY
    • RELATIONSHIPS AMONG CHARACTERS
    • APPROPRIATE SYMBOLICALLY
    • MEET THE NEEDS OF INDIVIDUAL PERFORMERS
    • BE CONSISTENT W/ PRODUCTION
  27. LIGHTING
    ILLUMINATION-TO ALLOW PPL TO SEE NIGHT AND INDOORS
  28. OBJECTIVES OF STAGE LIGHTING
    • PROVIDE VISIBILITY
    • REVEAL SHAPES AND FORMS
    • PROVIDE FOCUS
    • ASSIST IN CREATING MOOD AND STYLE
    • HELP ESTABLISH TIME AND PLACE
    • RHYTHM MOVEMENT
    • CETRAL IMAGE AND INFO
  29. FOUR DIFF PROPERGTIES OF LIGHT
    INTENSITY COLOR DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT
  30. STAGE LIGHTS
    • ELLIPSOIDAL REFLECTOR SPOTLIGHT
    • SOFT EDGED
    • FLOOD LIGHTS STRIP AND BORDER
    • AUTOMATED
  31. LIGHTING CONTROLS
    CUES AND BLACKOUT

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