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intuitive response, your subjective experience of what the physical action communicated
how the performer embodies the character physically, vocally, and emotionally, including such things as gesture, facial expression, movement, vocal quality, and emotional expression
space and design choices
choices made by the director and designers to create a specific effect for the audience
scenery crafted realistically to look and function just as the scenic location would in the real world, whether interior or exterior
not meant to resemble everyday life, may be stylized, abstracted, or suggestive scenery
manner of expression and methods of onstage behavior as they affect composition and performance. Dictated by poetry, prose, dialects. identified by character movement and social manners and by changes and fashions in architecture, clothes, furniture, and decor
context of performance
place of performance that suggests audience expectations for a particular production, an audience member has a diff. set of expectations when attending a Broadway show w/ a high tix price than a community theater production
the purpose of a production, such as to entertain, to shock, to persuade, to comfort
pple who make a career out of experiencing and evaluating production and sharing that viewpoint w/ the public
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