Filter By
Filter Reset
Semester
Class Notes (1,032,454)
US (405,018)
UH (1,587)
THEA (12)

Class Notes for Theatre at University of Houston

THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Threshing Floor, Theatre, Modern Theatres
Premium

 Theatre = art form  How theatre started o Started outside  Not a lot of buildings in the old days o Started as a circle shape  Easiest way to tell a story to ...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Theatre Under The Stars (Houston), Alley Theatre, Miller Theatre
Premium

find more resources at oneclass.com Theatre vs. Theater  Houston Theatres o Alley Theatre  Regional Theatre  AEA (equity) company ...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Story Arc, Proscenium, Repertory Theatre
Premium

Sect 3 Notes  Character’s arc o Character develop from beginning to end o Evolve/growth  Story arc o Beginning/climax/conclusion  Aesthetic Distance o Distance you need ...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Alley Theatre
Premium

THEA Sect 6 Note  Dracula o Based on Vlad the Impaler  Artistic Director of Alley Theatre o Gregory Boyd  Makes $400,000 a year  Chooses season, plays, actor...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tracy Letts, Dramaturge
Premium

THEA Sect 4 Note  Play o Reflection of society o Primary way to talk about current culture  Drama-turg o Theatre historian o Know the period a play was created  Playwrig...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arena Stage
Premium

THEA Sect 5 Note  Dracula performed on presidium stage o Pro-Skene  Pro – before  Skene – house  Before house  Greek Term ...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture 7: THEA Sect 7 Note
Premium

THEA Sect 7 Note  Why Greg Boyd picked Dracula o The style of the play is set in Victorian era  Victorian era = dark/evil o When Dracula came to broadway  It s...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Steven Wallace
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Scenic Design

Scenic Designer: Designs the physical surroundings in which the actions will take place Objectives of Scenic Designer ● Creating an environment for the performers and performance ● Help to set the mood ● ...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Young Courtney
THEA 1331 Lecture 5: The Glass Menagerie

Tom -Narrator -younger than laura -works at warehouse, lives at home -wants adventure, excitement, new places -loves going to the movies, writing, reading -sees himself very much like his father -feels extreme guilt for...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Young Courtney
THEA 1331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Classical Ballet

CLASSICAL ACTING ● Classical Acting focuses primarily on the external elements of acting otherwise known as "outside" acting ● Acting from the "outside" begins with looking at how the actor walks, talks,...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Young Courtney
THEA 1331 Lecture 3: Genre

4:10 PM Tragedy Traditional ● Greece in the 5th century, England in the late 16th, France in the 17th century Tragic Heroes & Heroines ● Usually an extraordinary person like a king, queen, general, hero Tragi...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Young Courtney
THEA 1331 Lecture 2: Parts of a Play

Exposition/prologue ● Information that sets the scene ● We meet characters and become familiar with what has happened up to the beginning of the play ● Introduced to the plot Point of attack/inciti...

Theatre
THEA 1331
Young Courtney

Log In


OR

Don't have an account?

Join OneClass

Access over 10 million pages of study
documents for 1.3 million courses.

Sign up

Join to view


OR

By registering, I agree to the Terms and Privacy Policies
Already have an account?
Just a few more details

So we can recommend you notes for your school.

Reset Password

Please enter below the email address you registered with and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Add your courses

Get notes from the top students in your class.


Submit