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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Theatre needs
  2. Our country's good
  3. First -what types of theatre are there?
  4. REP actors need to be able to
  5. For the REP: Operating expenses- non profit
  1. a 1788 first fleet to Australia

    2 reasons to go a. punishment for crime and b. colonization after losing the Americas
    Debate between both and skills vs. punishment

    Based on the novel THE PLAYMAKER
  2. b writer, actor, and director, AUDIENCE to create.
  3. c Professional, for-profit (like Broadway, Off-Broadway, touring companies, cruise theatre...meant to make money)
    Professional not-for-profit (what UD has)...most major cities have one
    Like the library, doesn't exist to make money, exists for the public good. The goal is to make enough money to operate
    Educational Theatre (High school, college productions)
    Community Theatres (put on for fun to entertain community, neighbors)
    Amateur in the church or your house
    Theme parks
  4. d teach, mentor and act.
  5. e Investments
    Donors
    Delaware Division of the Arts
    A little from the box office

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Researches the way of the world when written
    Research the life of the author
    Research the other works of author
    Anecdotal information
    Pieces of interest
    Textual research
  2. started around the Bloody Act with many horrific punishments
    London was a dicey town dusk to dawn act that caused quite a stir was the hanging of a 7 and 11 year old,
  3. $0 to $69 million and counting.
  4. royalties and theatre rental
  5. charged with running and financing the productions from the gov't...chose didaskolos

5 True/False questions

  1. Professional theatre company at UDstarted around the Bloody Act with many horrific punishments
    London was a dicey town dusk to dawn act that caused quite a stir was the hanging of a 7 and 11 year old,

          

  2. Sandy RobbinsChair of Theatre Department, Artistic Director of REP, Director of Training of PTTP

          

  3. Dr. Heinz-Uwe HausFounding member of East German Directing Institute and Head of the Directing Department
    Greatest Living Authority on Brecht
    Theatre is a collective art.
    Look for positives in theatre
    Collaboration, listening, observation skills can only be practiced. Service to society and audience
    Everyone has preconceived idea of what they want to see. Understand emotional memory of audience
    Director brings a story and puts it together

          

  4. Joe Hanreddycharged with running and financing the productions from the gov't...chose didaskolos

          

  5. directors do...Select the script
    Research the world of the play
    Analyze play's meaning and theme
    Select key collaborators
    Conceptualize production
    Realize concept - stay on track
    Cast production
    Rehearse and block
    Clock mgmt.
    Spiritual leader