CRITIQUE II

CRITIQUE II - CRTIQUE#2 The technical components of The...

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CRTIQUE #2 The technical components of The Grapes of Wrath , directed by Cecilia J. Pang, were realistically exhibited, complementing one another. The production was presented on the Main Stage, a proscenium arrangement. The stage composition allowed spectators to see the action and technicians to hide their work, such as cords, lights, and sound systems due to the proscenium arch. The designers were trying to make the costumes, sounds, lighting, and scenery as realistic as possible by paralleling every element with the era of play, set in Oklahoma during the Great Depression. Each element was successful because they were extremely realistic and engaged the audience in the action on stage. Markas Henry did a superb job with the costumes for the Grapes of Wrath . At the opening scene, Jim Casy is shown playing his guitar, wearing a weathered white suit and flimsy hat. Moments later, Tom Joad is introduced, wearing a rather battered black suit, having just been released from the Oklahoma State Prison. Each woman in the production
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2008 for the course THTR 1009 taught by Professor Lessley,me during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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CRITIQUE II - CRTIQUE#2 The technical components of The...

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