A story presented by bull bowers in class proposed the idea that sound once released cannot be taken back The opposite of indicating is truthful doing Performance artist bill bowers represents the style known as mime The fundamental relationship that is essential in order for theatre to occur is between the actor and audience Which is not an example of the actors ?instrument?? talent Theater is an event that requires an actor/audience relationship/agreement in a momentary suspension of disbelief of an IMAGAGINARY circumstance EMOTIONAL preparation is a process by which an actor is able to ?come to life? Stanislovsky?s version = emotional memory (question above) Major design categories SET LIGHTS COSTUME and SOUND Meisners first yr REPETITION exercise is an improvisation of behavior versus ideas Oldest tangible evidence of storytelling CAVE PAINTING An INDEPENDENT activity is a physical task that can be accomplished with the materials at hand In Meisner terms, an emotional change that occurs between actors based on the begavior in the moment is a ORGANIC shift The underlying meaning of a line of text = SUBTEXT Which is NOT an example of a reason for the existence of a ?drive or human impulse? for theater (as we defined it) = WEALTH Theater is an ACTION not a LOCATION EXPOSITION is crucial plot information that is revealed early in the play Two audition tools, HEADSHOT and RESUME The name of the actors stage union is EQUITY Play vs production, actual script vs particular realization during 2nd year training, the actor learns how to navigate simple scripts focusing on CONVERSATIONAL reality an interview with actor Rex Harrison about his early life in the theater reinforced the notion that TRAINGING is essential It is said that a mime?s characteristic powdered white face began with a bit of comedy in the bakers son as the character PEDRO gets flour blown in his face by the baker An example of finding unconnevted items and THEN crafting an Independent activity include a ring ding and Mayo A dramatic spoken piece of text that represents a series of unspoken reflections or inner thoughts is called a SOLILOQUY COMMEDIA dell?arte is a form of theater that began in italy in the mid 1th century, characterized by the use of stock characters and continued its popularity in France during the 17th century 1. ?Life is no brief candle to me; it is sort of splendid torch? and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible.. - Shaw 2. Theater is an event that requires an actor/audience relationship/agreement in a momentary suspension of disbelief of an_____ circumstance - Imaginary 3. The underlying meaning of a line of text: - Subtext 4. The_____?s role of defined not so much by what he does but rather what he is responsible for - Director 5. The opening scene of Hamlet involves two nervous - Guards 6. And they anxiously anticipating the arrival of - Ghost 7. The exercise in which we examined this HAMLET scene moment by moment is called: - Script Analysis 8. The suffix that means ?maker or creator? is - Wright 9. Fill in 1) Metaphor (inspiration) 2) Characters 3) Plot 4)_______ 5) First draft - Dialogue 10. The point at which the author hears his/her play spoken aloud for the first time is:_______. - First Staged Reading 11._______ Technique is an alternative method for the creation of plays that utilizes a group of artists - Ensemble 12. The ?feeling or emotion generated from the clash of forces in the dramatic action.? - Mood 13. A playwright went to Hoboken for dinner, bought a bottle of wine, and an event occurred that inspired him to write: - Extremities 14. The weekly break-even point after a production reaches opening night is called______ - The nut 15. The______ coordinates all of the technical activities of the production - Stage manager 16. And responsibility for all the technical activities includes the creation of the______ which contains the actor?s blocking, all technical notes, some director?s notes, and a properties list. - Promptbook 17. The investment money needed to get to opening night is called - Capitalization 18. Corporations, Foundations, Government and Individuals are examples of_______ - Donors 19. Material that has surpassed its copyright term and is free of royalty payments is said to be in the - Public domain 20. The Castle is supported by the_____ society - Fortune 21. Each actor in The Castle ends by declaring that he/she is a_____ - Taxpayer 22. ?But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?? is an example of - Iambic pentameter 23. Shakespeare?s plays are written in____ English. - Modern 24. Sylvia MISTRESS 25. Sylvia- RED BALL 26. American buffalo Junk Yard 27. American buffalo coin 28. In the Blood- Slut 29. There was a question it was number 20 on the test, and it asked something about the director who he talks to or some shit and i just remember the answer was C lol. 30. Speech and debate Dry Erase Board 31. Speech and debate Waitress 32. Amish Project Sicko 33. Amish Project white chair 34. Next To Normal: what else appears on screen that part of the set: - HOUSE 35. Next to Normal: ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY 36. Walking Shadows- what does Edwin nearly avoid falling on him multiple times during the play - SANDBAG 37. Walking Shadows ? Extraordinary 38. The Last Fall: DIES 39. The Last Fall TAXI CAB 40. Pyramid- GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES 41. Pedro- mime 42. Comedic dell arte- form of theater that began in Italy 43. Joel Dischner-Associate artistic director: CASTING 44. The individualization of the art form STYLE 45. The core meaning of what a play has to say IDEA 46. Crucial plot info revealed early in the play EXPOSITION 47. A dramatic spoken piece of text that represents a series of unspoken reflections of inner thought SOLILOQUOY 48. The characters direct brief address to the audience while speaking to another character ASIDE 49. PAST DATED POLICY 50. BLOCKING
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