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Theater Chapter 6
Be able to define cinematography
Be able to list/describe the main resp…
Be able to describe the difference bet…
Be able to discuss the style differenc…
The process of capturing moving image on film or a digital st…
Preproduction- writing the script, casting the talent, imagin…
Shot- on uninterrupted run of the camera.... Take- refers to the…
Black and white cinematography:... -Distinct contrast and hard e…
Be able to define cinematography
The process of capturing moving image on film or a digital st…
Be able to list/describe the main resp…
Preproduction- writing the script, casting the talent, imagin…
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Theater- Chapter 6
The term Director was not used until...
A director-like person has always..
Today, a director is even more _______…
Directors are even more important toda…
the end of the 19th century
organized, disciplined, and set the tone for the production t…
important
of the cultures that exist side by side
The term Director was not used until...
the end of the 19th century
A director-like person has always..
organized, disciplined, and set the tone for the production t…
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Theater chapter 6-8
samuel taylor coleridge coined this st…
the final and most significant crisis…
politicians and advertisers often hide…
full account of an event or series of…
false
climax
true
story
samuel taylor coleridge coined this st…
false
the final and most significant crisis…
climax
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Chapter 6 theater
Tragedy
Pathos
Hamartia
Catharsis
A play in which the protagonist fails to achieve desired goal…
An element in drama that arouses feelings of pity and compass…
An error in judgment or a shortcoming on the part of a tragic…
A purging or cleansing that comes as a result of emotional re…
Tragedy
A play in which the protagonist fails to achieve desired goal…
Pathos
An element in drama that arouses feelings of pity and compass…
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chapter 6 theater vocab
Tragedy
Pathos
Hamartia
Comedy
These are sober, thoughtful plays that are based on profound…
The emotional response within and audience
The cause of the portaginist's difficulties is usually an act…
All the characters come together at the end of the play and t…
Tragedy
These are sober, thoughtful plays that are based on profound…
Pathos
The emotional response within and audience
Theater Chapter 6 Terms
Tragedy
Protagonist
Catharsis
Hamartia
Serious or thoughtful plays that do not change with time or p…
The main focus of every tragedy, the main character
When the audience feels a sense of relief after the end of a…
A character's weakness or error in judgement
Tragedy
Serious or thoughtful plays that do not change with time or p…
Protagonist
The main focus of every tragedy, the main character
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Theater chapter 6 vocab
brace
dress
dutchman
front elevation
to anchor scenery to the stage so it doesn't wobble
to add decorative props to a dress
a strip of fabric covering the crack between 2 flats to enhan…
a scale drawing showing the front view of the set as if it we…
brace
to anchor scenery to the stage so it doesn't wobble
dress
to add decorative props to a dress
Theater Vocab Chapter 6
excessive pride, the most common form…
a general term for drama that is based…
character weakness and a term used by…
presents life as we would like it to be
hubris
tragedy
hamartia
romantic comedy
excessive pride, the most common form…
hubris
a general term for drama that is based…
tragedy
Theater chapter 6
Actor - manager
Auteurs
Blocking
Casting
An actor who serves as the head of the theater or Theatre Com…
French term for the types of directors who work as the primar…
The process of creating and fixing the actors movements about…
The process of selecting actors for theatrical production(or…
Actor - manager
An actor who serves as the head of the theater or Theatre Com…
Auteurs
French term for the types of directors who work as the primar…
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Theater Chapter 6 Terms
Tragedy
Protagonist
Carthasis
Hamartia
A sober, thoughtful play based on profound human emotion and…
The main focus for every tragedy, the main character.
The emotional release an audience feels after the downfall of…
A character's weakness or error in judgement.
Tragedy
A sober, thoughtful play based on profound human emotion and…
Protagonist
The main focus for every tragedy, the main character.
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Theater Chapter 6
Xiqu
Sariskrit dance-theatre
Kabuki
No
- Chinese opera... - sophisticated... - late 18th century
oldest form of Indian theatre, music, dance, cultural and cos…
- Japan... - dance-drama... - invented by women... - turned into Burle…
- Japan's most revered/ oldest continuously performed drama i…
Xiqu
- Chinese opera... - sophisticated... - late 18th century
Sariskrit dance-theatre
oldest form of Indian theatre, music, dance, cultural and cos…
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Theater 1 Chapter 6 Vocab
Tragedy
Pathos
Catharsis
Hamartia
be humanity's highest literary achievement.
The quality of the drama that arouses these feelings
the audience feels a sense of release
a character in judgment.
Tragedy
be humanity's highest literary achievement.
Pathos
The quality of the drama that arouses these feelings
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Chapter 6 Musical Theater
Soprano
Mezzo Soprano
Contralto
Tenor
The Highest voice. Usually the female lead.
Often a bit lower, with a darker tone than soprano. Famous in…
Lower than soprano. Often the range for travesti or "pants" r…
The range of opera's most famous male singers, frin Caruso to…
Soprano
The Highest voice. Usually the female lead.
Mezzo Soprano
Often a bit lower, with a darker tone than soprano. Famous in…
chapter 6 theater arts
tragedy
pathos
hamartia
catharsis
...
an element in drama that arouses fellings of pity and compars…
an error in judgement or a shortcoming on the part of a tragi…
the emotional release an audince feels after the downfall of…
tragedy
...
pathos
an element in drama that arouses fellings of pity and compars…
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Theater- Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Brace
Dress
Dutchman
Front Elevation
To anchor scenery to the stage so it doesn't wobble.
To add decorative props to a set.
A strip of fabric covering the crack between two flats to enh…
A scale drawing showing the front view of the set as if it we…
Brace
To anchor scenery to the stage so it doesn't wobble.
Dress
To add decorative props to a set.
Theater 1 Chapter 6-7 Definitions
Improvise
Improvisation
Scene
Conflict
To ad-lib, or invent dialogue and actions without a script or…
A spontaneous style of theater using unrehearsed and unscript…
1) a short situation to be acted out, as improvisation, with…
The problem or obstacles a literary character must overcome;…
Improvise
To ad-lib, or invent dialogue and actions without a script or…
Improvisation
A spontaneous style of theater using unrehearsed and unscript…
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tech theater chapter 6&7
What is meant by a joinery?
Miter Joint
Mortise and Tennon Joint
Butt Joint
Joining Lumber to Lumber
Used for decorative work
Usually machine made but stronger still
Simple but weak unless it's scabbed.
What is meant by a joinery?
Joining Lumber to Lumber
Miter Joint
Used for decorative work
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Theater 3 (Chapter 6)
Which of the following is NOT a conven…
The word drama is derived from a Greek…
What is the subject and verb of drama?
Of the following, which is NOT part of…
...
"to do" or "to act"
People and action
Securing a performance space
Which of the following is NOT a conven…
...
The word drama is derived from a Greek…
"to do" or "to act"
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Chapter 6 Theater Quiz
Tragedy
Protagonist
Catharsis
Hamartia
A sober, or serious play based on profound human emotion and…
The focus of every tragedy, the main character.
The sense of release or relief from the audience.
A character's weakness or error in judgment.
Tragedy
A sober, or serious play based on profound human emotion and…
Protagonist
The focus of every tragedy, the main character.
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Theater Midterm Chapter 6
What is the process of playwrights and…
Plot
What are the three plot structures?
Linear
An image, a word, a place, a story, a theme, and a person
the life and soul of the drama.
Linear, contextual, and cinematic
Most common, incidents arrange sequentially, and the first sc…
What is the process of playwrights and…
An image, a word, a place, a story, a theme, and a person
Plot
the life and soul of the drama.
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Chapter 6 Theater of Images
Post modern theater ideas
Doubling
Fragmentation of experience
What main name is associated with Thea…
throws away the idea that only one person can run theater
place contradictory experiences within same frame of reference
from theater of absurd... listen to all voices... embrace lower sta…
Bonnie Marranca... DANCE
Post modern theater ideas
throws away the idea that only one person can run theater
Doubling
place contradictory experiences within same frame of reference
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Chapter 6 and 7 (Theater)
Call-board
Paper-Tech
Technical Rehearsal
Cue Sheet
bulletin board used by the stage managers to post any informa…
A meeting between director, designer, and stage manager meant…
The rehearsal or series of rehearsals in which the technical…
The page(s) used to note the cues given by the stage manager
Call-board
bulletin board used by the stage managers to post any informa…
Paper-Tech
A meeting between director, designer, and stage manager meant…
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Theater exam 2 chapter 6
Teacher/ Director
Moliere
1st modern director
Andre Antoine
Didaskalos ... ancient greeks
teacher/playwright/director ... taught blocking
Realistic director ... George II Duke of Saxe Meiningen... Re-wrote…
Theatre Libre
Teacher/ Director
Didaskalos ... ancient greeks
Moliere
teacher/playwright/director ... taught blocking
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Spanish III: Chapter 6.1 Vocabulary (theater)
la audiencia
el auditorio
el boleto
la butaca
audience
auditorium
ticket
seat
la audiencia
audience
el auditorio
auditorium
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Chapter 6 Tech Theater: Color
Hue
Saturation (chroma)
Value
Tint
the quality that differentiates one color from another, such…
the amount/% of a particular hue in a color mixture
the relative lightness or darkness of a color... Pale blue = hig…
a color with a high value, usually achieved by mixing a hue w…
Hue
the quality that differentiates one color from another, such…
Saturation (chroma)
the amount/% of a particular hue in a color mixture
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Theater Chapter 6: Playwright's Process
Plot Structure
Linear
Simple Plot
Complex Plot
the sequence in which the selected scenes unfold
most common structure. Incidents of the plot are arranged in…
tells a single story
interweaves several stories
Plot Structure
the sequence in which the selected scenes unfold
Linear
most common structure. Incidents of the plot are arranged in…
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Theater Appreciation Chapter 6 The Playwright and the Script
action
antagonist
back story
climax
the character's deeds, their responses to circumstances with…
A character who stands in the way of the protagonist's goal
Dialogue about what happened to the characters before the pla…
the point of the greatest dramatic tension in the play; the m…
action
the character's deeds, their responses to circumstances with…
antagonist
A character who stands in the way of the protagonist's goal
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Theater 100 - Chapter 6 (The Directer and the Producer)
director
producer or manager
(1) traditional, (2) auteur, (3) postm…
spine of a play or main action
he or she, with the support of the stage manager, rehearses t…
the person who is responsible for the management and business…
the 3 approaches to directing
it is a working hypothesis that gives directors a foundation…
director
he or she, with the support of the stage manager, rehearses t…
producer or manager
the person who is responsible for the management and business…
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Theater Chapter 6-9 Test
Rendering
Scale Model
Genre
Blocking Rehearsal
Detailed sketch of a drawing
miniature scaled down drawing of a scenic design
category that shares a particular form or style
a period of rehearsal where director and actors work out phys…
Rendering
Detailed sketch of a drawing
Scale Model
miniature scaled down drawing of a scenic design
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URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 6)
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
What describes the work of the directo…
What are backers?
What plays are not covered by copywrit…
dieaskalos
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
a producing entity, such as a corporation. A loose partnershi…
a director may wish to adapt the script. Cutting the text is…
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
dieaskalos
What describes the work of the directo…
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
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Battles with theaters chapter 6 Civics
Siege of Boston
Capture of Ticonderoga
Battle of Bunker Hill
Battle of Long Island
Nt
Nt
Nt
Mst
Siege of Boston
Nt
Capture of Ticonderoga
Nt
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URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 6)
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
What describes the work of the directo…
What are backers?
What plays are not covered by copywrit…
dieaskalos
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
a producing entity, such as a corporation. A loose partnershi…
a director may wish to adapt the script. Cutting the text is…
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
dieaskalos
What describes the work of the directo…
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
20 terms
URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 6)
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
What describes the work of the directo…
What are backers?
What plays are not covered by copywrit…
dieaskalos
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
a producing entity, such as a corporation. A loose partnershi…
a director may wish to adapt the script. Cutting the text is…
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
dieaskalos
What describes the work of the directo…
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
20 terms
URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 6)
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
What describes the work of the directo…
What are backers?
What plays are not covered by copywrit…
dieaskalos
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
a producing entity, such as a corporation. A loose partnershi…
a director may wish to adapt the script. Cutting the text is…
What was the term used by ancient Gree…
dieaskalos
What describes the work of the directo…
Directing aims primarily at the creation of originality, thea…
Chapter 6: Post-modern theater (for the final)
When was experimenting with theater po…
When did Post-Modern theatre reach its…
Who coined what term for Postmodern th…
What is doubling?
the 1950s-60s
mid-20th century
Theatre of Images. Bonnie Marranca.
Taking theatre from different distinctions and mixing them to…
When was experimenting with theater po…
the 1950s-60s
When did Post-Modern theatre reach its…
mid-20th century
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Midterm- Intro to Theater for Majors: Chapter 6&7
Romanticism
Naturalism
Georg II, duke of Saxe-Meiningen
Moscow Art Theatre
Truth is to be found in the Infinite Variety of Creation... (the…
subject playwrights wrote about. pursuit of truth: knowledge…
pioneered realistic staging of crowd scene, lots of people be…
first theatre that practiced Stanislavsky's ideas about acting
Romanticism
Truth is to be found in the Infinite Variety of Creation... (the…
Naturalism
subject playwrights wrote about. pursuit of truth: knowledge…
16 terms
theater ch 6
musical that changed everything for mu…
beginning of modern musical
British composer
Webber's musicals
Showboat
Oklahoma
Andrew LLoyd Webber
Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar
musical that changed everything for mu…
Showboat
beginning of modern musical
Oklahoma
Theater ch.6
Tragedy
Protagonist
Catharsis
Hamartia
A sober thoughtful play based on profound human emotion and c…
The focus of every tragedy, the main character
The sense of release form the audince
A character's weakness or error in judgement
Tragedy
A sober thoughtful play based on profound human emotion and c…
Protagonist
The focus of every tragedy, the main character
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Theater Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Quality
Resonance
Nasality
Pitch
the individual sound of a particular voice
the vibrant tone produced when sound waves strike the chamber…
the quality sound produced through the nasal passages
the relative highness or lowness of the voice
Quality
the individual sound of a particular voice
Resonance
the vibrant tone produced when sound waves strike the chamber…
24 terms
Theater Arts Vocab Ch.6
Tragedy
Pathos
Hamartia
Catharsis
sober, thoughtful plays that are based on profound human emot…
The quality of the drama that arouses these feeling.
a character weakness or error in judgement.
When a person of significance or stature, struggling against…
Tragedy
sober, thoughtful plays that are based on profound human emot…
Pathos
The quality of the drama that arouses these feeling.
17 terms
Theater chapter 1-6
The popular movie ''who's afraid of Vi…
the roots of fountainhead of theater m…
regional theater are
the 2 fold appeal to theatre is
the play written by Edward albee
every time we see a performance we are participating in theat…
non profit
it amuses and make observation about the human condition
The popular movie ''who's afraid of Vi…
the play written by Edward albee
the roots of fountainhead of theater m…
every time we see a performance we are participating in theat…
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Theater Chapters 6 & 12
Closed-shop Union... (or union shop)
Writers Guild of America ... (WGA)
Open-shop Union
Dramatists Guild of America ... (DGA)
A union to which all employees MUST belong and which the empl…
A powerful closed-shop union for television and screenwriters.
A playwrights only option for a union. (Weak compared to a cl…
The playwrights union - can champion the rights of playwright…
Closed-shop Union... (or union shop)
A union to which all employees MUST belong and which the empl…
Writers Guild of America ... (WGA)
A powerful closed-shop union for television and screenwriters.
27 terms
Theater ch.6-8
traditional director
auteur director
director
producer
do not make changes to the play
make drastic alterations or transformations in the material,…
person that teaches the play
the person that budgets money for the play
traditional director
do not make changes to the play
auteur director
make drastic alterations or transformations in the material,…
48 terms
Theater 6
To appeal to smb
To be wrapped up in smb/one another
To be on familiar terms with smb
To encourage smb to do smth
Тяготеть к кому-то
Быть поглощенными кем-то/друг другом
Быть близко знакомым с кем-то
Потворствовать кому-то в чем-то
To appeal to smb
Тяготеть к кому-то
To be wrapped up in smb/one another
Быть поглощенными кем-то/друг другом
Chapter 6
border states
Robert E. Lee
casualties
Ulysses S. Grant
slave states that stayed in the Union
A highly respected Confederate general and military leader.
soldiers who are killed or wounded
A Union army general and military leader. He later becomes th…
border states
slave states that stayed in the Union
Robert E. Lee
A highly respected Confederate general and military leader.
30 terms
Intro to theater vpa 171 test chapter 6,7,8
Intro
Action (inciting event)
Rising action
Crisis (turning point)
The status qua is establish
Dramatic question is asked (after the intro)
The plot thickens (before the turning point)
An event happens that changes the course of the story
Intro
The status qua is establish
Action (inciting event)
Dramatic question is asked (after the intro)
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Theater #6
Illusion of the first time
Mugging/face acting
Skittering
Object manipulation
Spontaneous quality of responseas if this where the time this…
Using excessive exaggerated expressions to convey thoughts or…
A method of movement used most commonly in pull illusions whe…
To change the physical location or position of an illusion to…
Illusion of the first time
Spontaneous quality of responseas if this where the time this…
Mugging/face acting
Using excessive exaggerated expressions to convey thoughts or…
30 terms
Beginning Theater 6
Ensemble
Awareness
Characters
Setting
Group of performers working together cohesively as a whole;
look & listen (observe surroundings)
People, animals, or creatures in a story or drama;
Context in time and place in which the action of a story or d…
Ensemble
Group of performers working together cohesively as a whole;
Awareness
look & listen (observe surroundings)
theater exam chapters 6-9
artist/priest
play masters
promptbooks
actor managers (3)
led guilds of professional actors
first manifestation of the director, coordinated and staged t…
script that includes ground plans, stage directions and produ…
1.) Made financial decisions, hired actors, selected repertor…
artist/priest
led guilds of professional actors
play masters
first manifestation of the director, coordinated and staged t…
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