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ch1-7 vocab for quiz - Chapter 1 Followspot: a lighting...

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Chapter 1 Followspot: a lighting instrument with a high-intensity, narrow beam; mounted in a stand that  allows it to tilt and swivel so the beam can follow the actor Production team: everyone working, in any capacity, on the production of the play Production design team: producer, director, scenic, costume, lighting, sound, and other  designers who develop visuals for the play Production concept: creative interpretation of the script; unify producer, director and designers Production meeting: a conference of appropriate production personnel to share information Supernumeracy: an actor, normally not called for in the script, used in production, and extra, a  walk-on Technical rehearsals: run-thourhgs in which sets, lights, props, and sound are introduced into  the action of the play Blocking: movement patterns, usually of actors, on the stage Shift rehearsal: a run-through without actors to practice changing the scenery and props Cue: a directive for action, change in the lighting for example Lighting rehearsal: a run-through without actors to look at intensity, timing, and placement of  various lighting cues Dress rehearsal: a run-through in which the actors wear costumes and makeup Promt book: a copy of the script with each actors blocking, location of props, lights, and cues Stage business: a specific action, also known as a bit, performed by an actor Call: to tell specific crew members to perform their cue Properties: elememts such as furniture, lamps, pictures, tables, etc Plates: a sheet of mechanical drawings, to scale Shift: change the position of scenery, props, lighting
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Hanging: placing lighting instruments and equipment in the designated positions on the light plot Focusing: directing light from the lighting instrument to a specific area: Running: controlling or operating some aspect of production
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