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UCFTHE 2000Kristina TollefsonFall

THE 2000 Lecture 22: The Rehearsal Process

Plays get five weeks, musicals get six weeks. The first show in the black box usually is a lil shorter. The bridge show sometimes gets a little extra (
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UCFTHE 2000Maria KatsadourosWinter

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gustave Le Bon, Michael Che, Tunda

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UCFTHE 2000Kristina TollefsonFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Stage Combat, Gunsmith, Cosplay

Wanted to stay in school, went into a random stage combat program. Ended up working with one of the best stage combat teachers in the country. Intrigue
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UCFTHE 2000Kristina TollefsonFall

THE 2000 Lecture 24: The Tech Process

Shirt and pants must be black (shocker) You have to blend in when wear blacks. Assume if you"re on crew, you need full blacks. It also tells the audien
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UCFTHE 2000Kristina TollefsonFall

THE 2000 Lecture 25: The Role of the Understudy

Most universities don"t have understudies or swings. This is mostly for broadway, where you must have understudies. Always at least two understudies pe
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UCFTHE 2000Kristina TollefsonFall

THE 2000 Lecture 20: Choreography, Musical Direction, and Voice

Are also present for all dress rehearsals. Most musical directors also play piano, and conduct from the piano. Has to understand most instruments in th
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UCFTHE 2000Maria KatsadourosFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lighting Designer, Norman Bel Geddes

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UCFTHE 2000Maria KatsadourosFall

THE 2000 Lecture 14: 10/31/16

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UCFTHE 2000Maria KatsadourosFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Proscenium, Gustave Le Bon, Fourth Wall

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UCFTHE 2000Maria KatsadourosFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lady Gaga, Plautus, Modern Theatres

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Theatre: the art- from the greek word theaomai , to see. 8500 bc- primitive tribal dance and rituals. Each writer would make fun of the others writing
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UCFTHE 2000Holly Mc DonaldFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: David Henry Hwang

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Japanese puppetry, african masks and balinese head - dresses can all be found in the lion king. Harry houdini is famous for showmanship, escape artistr
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UCFTHE 2000Holly Mc DonaldFall

THE 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tragicomedy, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Aeschylus

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The primary purpose of tragedy is to create the emotions of pity and fear earliest account of the origins of greek drama originated in a chapter in ari
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