Theater vocab Exam 2 part 1

Theater vocab Exam 2 part 1 - Theater Vocab Sound...

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Theater Vocab Sound designer -can record, mix, filter, reverberate, modulate, amplify, and cue up sound effects to exactly how they are needed. The right sounds can express things that words can not. Proscenium theater- more of a formal setting. The audience is separated from the actors. The audience “looks through a picture frame”. As in a movie theater, the audience sits safely in the dark. Black box theater- this type of theater seats less than a hundred people. The audience sits close to the actors, it is considered very intimate. Sometimes called flexible staging Arena theater- This is where the stage is in the center, surrounded on all sides by the audience. This type is far less common that proscenium theater. Thrust stage- has an apron that protrudes so far into the auditorium that the audience must sit on three sides of the stage. This reduces the distance between the actors and the audience. Fly system-
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