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THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bea Arthur, Jimmy Durante, Agnes De Mille
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August: Osage County Workshop, Musical Group Work: Why this Play? Why written? o Communication failures o Family secrets o Corrupt family dynamic ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Stage Machinery, Light Plot, Curved Mirror
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Designers What is design? Gives theatre sound and shape Aristotles spectacle and music Scenic Design First thing the audience sees Historically, a new design area Develo...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bourgeoisie, Word Game, Tuberculosis
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Renaissance, Restoration, Royals, Realism Renaissance Theatre in Italy Spain Italy o Commedia DeArte Niccolo Machiavalli Transalted Plutus ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Latin, Mystery Play, Christopher Marlowe
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The Middle Ages The Facts: 476 AD (fall of Rome) ad coming of the renaissance (1400s) Common Latin language Common faith of Christianity Plays based on the stories in the Bible Midter...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dramaturge, Aeschylus, Agnosticism
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The Ancients, Directors Beginnings Unknown Began in Africa back to 6000BC Foundations: o Ritual Collective ceremony Performed by mem...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: August Wilson, Nilo Cruz, Communist Party Usa
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Playwright Profiles August Wilson Bio Pittsburgh , PA 1945 Died liver cancer 2005 African American Married 3 times Education Self-educated Major work Pittsburgh cyc...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Revengers Tragedy, Stage Management, Master Electrician
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Jobs in Theatre, What is a Play, Overview of Playwright Profile Lectured on Monday 1/28 Jobs in Theatre: Designer: most thought of o Actors o Directors Artistic: ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Theatre Communications Group, Tyrone Guthrie, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Overview of American Theatre Essay, Types of Theater, What is Theatre? Lectured on Monday 1/14 American Theatre Magazine www/tcg.org publications and archives paper guidelines on BB ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Master Electrician, Scenic Design, Performance Art
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1/14 What is art? Personal expression: creativity; creative engine to create; perspective make a statement purpose evokes an emotional response -Literary Art ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: International Phonetic Alphabet, Proscenium, Stage Combat
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2/11 Acting Approaches to Acting -Technical vs. Inspirational -Technical=acquiring and using skills that stage performance demands. -Inspirational= an outward showing of the actors emotional mental c...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: American Repertory Theater, Christopher Durang, Nanny
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Baby With the Bathwater Notes 17:51 By Christopher Durang First presented off-Broadway on November 9, 1983 by Playwright Horizons in NYC Had its world premiere at the...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerome Kern, Musical Theatre
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February 18, 2015 1. Opera: whole play set to music 2. Operetta: not fully set to music a. Certain parts where actors speak b. Light opera c. Exotic location, usually romance story ...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Madea, Bathwater, Hugh Jackman
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Theatre 2100 TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE Creating Structure Structure Comedies Limited space o Physical playing area of actors o Fictional environment that contains all the...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Seymour
THEA-2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Method Acting, Lighting Designer, What Where
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Exam 1 1. Similarities and differences between Greek and Roman theatre. a. Greeks: i. No violence on stage, only evidence of violence ii. Religious origins iii. Dionysus: ancient Greek God of wine, merriment, an...

Theatre
THEA-2100
Shannon Robert

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