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Objective: Prepare for Final Exam. Journal Prompt. Agenda. Journal Open Q&A Exam Topics Overview Spotlight Review Summary and Reflection. Please list three questions you have about anything we have covered in class all year. Whats on the Intermediate Exam?. Theatre Spaces - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Objective: Prepare for Final Exam

JournalOpen Q&AExam Topics OverviewSpotlight ReviewSummary and Reflection

Please list three questions you have about anything we have covered in class all year.Objective: Prepare for Final ExamJournal PromptAgendaWhats on the Intermediate Exam?Theatre SpacesScript DevelopmentScript FormattingAntigoneFilm TechniquesThe business of The BusinessTheatre SpacesProscenium, Traverse, Thrust, In the Round, Black BoxStage Directions plus plaster line and apronOrchestra, mezzanine, house left and rightBox office, dressing rooms, green room, shopScript DevelopmentInspirationImprovisationAdaptationDraftingRevisionProductionPublication (for plays)Script FormattingDifferences between play scripts and screenplaysBe able to correct a poorly formatted script.Font and sizeAntigonePlotJustification for Anouilhs adaptation (Why Antigone? Why at that time?)Problems with the characters and plotPossible concepts/big ideas behind productionsFilm TechniquesHigh/Low angleLong/Medium/Close-up/Extreme Close-up ShotsEstablishing/Reaction ShotsPan/TiltTruck/DollyRack Focus/Dutch TiltBusinessEquity status and contractsWho is paid in community theatre productionsBe able to create a budget for a show given expenses, ticket prices, and seating capacity.Be able to create a production season and budget given expenses, performance data for given possible shows, and demographic info.Whats on the Beginning Exam?Theatre SpacesAuditionsBasics of Acting TechniqueThe Good DoctorTheatre HistoryThe Rehearsal Process Theatre SpacesProscenium, Traverse, Thrust, In the Round, Black BoxStage Directions plus plaster line and apronOrchestra, mezzanine, house left and rightBox office, dressing rooms, green room, shopAuditionsCold read vs MonologueCattle Call vs AppointmentWhat is the director looking for?EtiquetteActing TechniqueObjectiveObstacleTacticThe Good DoctorWritten by Neil Simon, based on the short stories of Anton Chekhov.Example of modern American comedy AND Russian realism.The writer character is intended to be Chekhov.Theatre HistoryGreekDionysusAmphitheatreRomanCircusesGladiatorsControlMedievalLiturgicalMansionsMiracle & MysteryVernacularPageant WagonsMoralityRobin HoodRenaissanceItalianCommedia dell ArteEnglishShakespeareRehearsal ProcessTypes of RehearsalReadingBlockingWorkingRunningTechFine TuningDress (& Final Dress)Etiquette & Expectations