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VPDA11H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 001: Jonathan Larson, Thatching, Lorraine Hansberry

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While drama refers to the script, theatre is an event. It is the presentation of the script performed on a stage by actors for an audience. The script,
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VPDA11H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 002: Signify, Hamartia, Banquo

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The script is the basis for all future productions of the play. Drama is not theatre, yet it would be almost impossible to create theatre without drama
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VPDA11H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 004: Shipbuilding, Thornton Wilder, Lorraine Hansberry

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Wright is an old-fashioned expression for one who makes something (ie: shipwright makes ships). Playwrights work on the script, alone and without any g
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VPDA11H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 003: Arena Stage, Gas Lighting, Proscenium

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Most traditional and frequently seen kind of performance space used today. It is an arch that frames the acting area, putting the actors inside a sort
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VPDA11H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 005: Cuban Americans, Broadway Theatre, Equal Rights Amendment

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Each location and form of theatre attract certain kinds of audiences. A successful theatre organization is one that realizes this and does its best to
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