TA_CHAP_17_samp_questions - 6 Undergarments are not a...

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CHAPTER 17 STAGE COSTUMES TRUE-FALSE [For all statements that you determine to be false, explain what makes it false.] ____ 1. When costumes are taken from inventory or rented from a costume house, this is known as rendering a costume ____ 2. When a costume is created in the costume shop under the supervision of the designer, this is known as building a costume. ____ 3. Color can be used to indicate changes in character. ____ 4. While it is often necessary for actors and actresses to make quick costume changes, this is a concern for the stage manager, not the costume designer. ____ 5. Because costumes must stand out from the scenery in order to be seen, costumes are rarely designed to be consistent with the rest of the production.
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Unformatted text preview: ____ 6. Undergarments are not a concern of the costume designer. ____ 7. In addition to the costumes themselves, makeup and wigs are also part of the responsibilities of the costume designer. ____ 8. While fabric affects the silhouette, texture, and bulk of a costume, is has little symbolic value. ____ 9. Accessories do not include walking sticks. ____ 10. Masks can be used to create stereotypes similar to stock characters. ____ 11. Costume designers rarely meet the actors who will be wearing their costumes, leaving those responsibilities to the stage manager. ____ 12. The invention of velcro has been a great help in quick changes. ____ 13. Costumes indicate the period and locale of a play....
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