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THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 49: Eye Strain, Stage Lighting, Additive Color

Chapter 18 Assignment Lighting designers achieve their goals by manipulating the four controllable qualities of light intensity (brightness), distribution, color, and movement. Within the functions of stage lighting, it ...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Dramaturge

Chapter 13Assignment In the modern theatre today, the play development process is the prevailing method of giving a script a life and the play is the typical starting point for theatrical production. During rehe...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Miss Saigon

Chapter 10Assignment A Mega-musical is an epic, dramatic show featuring recurring melodies in a sung-through score; huge, impressive sets; and grand ideas. These qualities are accompanied by intensive marketing campaigns,...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR 1170 Lecture 33: Chapter 12 Assignment

Chapter 12 Assignment The characteristics of the theatrical space that inuences audience response and the way production elements are used can be found in three different areas. A degree of formality inuences audience e...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Proscenium, Noh, Handrail

Chapter 11Assignment The Proscenium Arch was the most common form of theatre building in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The term Proscenium Arch, or Pros to use a common theatre abbreviation, is also now used to des...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR 1170 Lecture 2: Chapter 16

Chapter 16 Assignment Scene designers visually characterizes the acting space, dene the performance space by establish distinctions between onstage and offstage, and creates moods/atmosphere. However, much like architect...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chariot Racing, Roman Empire

Chapter 4 Roman Theatre greatly differed from that of its preceder, Greek Theatre, in the way that Roman Theatre relied on a form of paratheatrical activity unlike the Greeks. Quite simply put Romans tended to enjoy a wide...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mccarthyism, Mccarran Internal Security Act, Alger Hiss

Chapter 23 Identify the events and ideological conicts that prompted the Cold War. The Soviet Union already didnt like the USA before the end of the war, because US didnt give them an atomic bomb and helped them out a year...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Immigration Act Of 1924, Palmer Raids, Franz Boas

Chapter 20 Who were the winners and losers in the new consumer society of the 1920s? American multinational corporations beneting worldwide. Workers suffered with little rise in wages, corporations beneted with doubled pro...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Port Huron Statement, Chicago Freedom Movement, Silent Majority

Chapter 25 Identify the major events in the civil rights movement in the early 1960s. The Rising Tide of Protest: The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) organized the Freedom Rides in 1961. As protests escalated, so did th...

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Sunil Swaroop
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peloponnesian War, Trojan War, World View
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find more resources at oneclass.com Theater- Feb. 7 th Greek Documentary These are larger than life stories. For Aristotle, it is necessary. It matters. Done on a huge scale. Venue size- all natural acoustics (15,...

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Theresa Lang
THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tragic Hero
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find more resources at oneclass.com February 16, 2017 Theater Midterm – Thursday after Spring Break Quiz on Tuesday- through Miller Death of a Salesman Miller talks about tragedy as a quest to preserve dignity J...

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THTR1170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ung County, Tahiti
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THTR 1170 Lecture 2: theater- 1/24
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THTR 1170 Lecture 1: theater 1/19
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One eClass January 2011 practice VS. Wnonj Literature Y Play How do you read a play? Wnat is a performance ayed for a purpose entertainment Doing something am action many different def S tneam Cal repli Cattan, motion evok...

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