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THEA 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Overselling

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA205 A01-Jan 18 (page 1) Front of House – Sandra Guerreiro What You Can Learn From the Market - Subscribers are generally the best way to guarantee revenue - You...

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THEA 205
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THEA 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Discount Window, Thrust Stage, Seating Assignment

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA205 A01-Jan 17 (page 1) Front of House – Sandra Guerreiro Box office definitions: - Ticket ​: A contract between the organization (that is putting on a show) and the ...

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THEA 205
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THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sigmund Freud, Der Ring Des Nibelungen, Syphilis

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Jan 16 (page 1) Illusionism Richard Wagner​ (Pronounced Vog-nurr) - Was originally intending on becoming a playwright but chose to be a composer - Kn...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana
THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: World War I, Henri Matisse

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Jan 12 (page 1) Modernism Geographical “hotspots” for modernism: - Vienna - Paris ...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana
THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Communist Manifesto, Hallie Flanagan, Erwin Piscator

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Feb 20 (page 1/2) The Communist Manifesto​ (1848) - Written by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels - Believed that the fundamental shaping factor in our lives ...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana
THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Moscow Art Theatre, Konstantin Stanislavski, Verisimilitude

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Jan 23 (page 1) Hedda Gabler - Published in 1890 - First performed in Munich, 1891 - Badly received when first watched - Naturalist ...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana
THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Henrik Ibsen, Henry Irving, Provincetown Players

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Jan 19 (page 1) Other Reasons for the Existence of Naturalism in Late 19th Century - A need to overcome Melodrama, which is current dominant form of theatre ...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana
THEA 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hallie Flanagan, Tim Buck, Erwin Piscator

find more resources at oneclass.com THEA211 A01-Feb 21 (page 1/2) The Communist Manifesto​ (1848) - Written by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels - Believed that the fundamental shaping factor in our lives ...

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THEA 211
Lindgren Allana

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