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Arts and Humanities
Theater- stage practice
Terms in this set (39)
the person in charge of all aspect of the production
The person responsible for considering the needs of the audience.
the person who feeds lines to the actors
the person who executes the scenic designs and makes sure all design elements blend together
the person who promotes the production
the person who finds investors and helps establish a budget.
the people who create each individual element of the show
the person who moves scenery
the people who work to see designs are carried out
the person who creates dances for the production
the person who keeps track of all cues and effects/makes cue sheets.
choosing of the actors for a play by the director
A tryout for a character in a play
The most general term for all forms of literature that are intended to be acted out by actors on a stage
A person who edits and prints plays
A term used to describe more serious plays
The appearance of a productions entire cast onstage in response to applause from the audience
An overhead diagram of the stage (set)
A pamphlet that contains the names of the cast and crew
A horrifically sad play involving the downfall of a Hero
A funny play
A play that makes fun of something
An overly dramatic play (like soap operas)
the falling action of a play - after the climax of the play - the moment the conflict is resolved
An audition with unfamiliar material is read
A second round of auditions: only those considered for the parts are present
Rehearsing without the script
The rehearsal in which movements and stage business is set
The directors/Stage managers script that is marked with all cues, blocking etc.
The Last uninterrupted rehearsal with all costumes, cues, actual props used
Final Dress Rehearsal
Actors wait in the ___________ when they are not needed onstage
An Opening in the stage floor is called a _____________
___________________ is the curtain in the back that colored light is cast onto for skylines.
A _____________ Stage is surrounded by an audience on all sides and is most intimate theater experience.
A _____________ Stage juts out into the audience and is surrounded by them on 3 sides
Painted Scenery that can be flown in on a batten is called a _____________.
The Audience sets in the __________________________.
C. J. Auditorium is an example of a _____________________ Stage.
The imaginary line that separates the stage proper from the apron is called_________________.
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