TD 301 - Words, Words, Words professor ppt - 08.29.08

TD 301 - Words, Words, Words professor ppt - 08.29.08 - Can...

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TD 301: Introduction to Theatre for Non-Majors Unique #25625 MWF 12:00 - 1:00 pm Jester A121A
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Announcements Grading Groups Blackboard Post due dates Extra Credit No Office Hours this week; they start next Tuesday Angie’s office hours (*Revised): Mon 1:00-2:00pm, Tues 9:30-10:30 and by appointment Revised syllabus next week Welcome Michael
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What was your best or worst experience with live performance? What made it the best or worst? (Live performance can include plays, concerts, dance, sports events, etc.)
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“Words, words, words.” --Hamlet
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Theatre/Theater Root word: Theatron Greek for “seeing place” Performance of plays Building in which performances happen
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Theatre Eric Bentley: A performs B for C Oscar Brockett: A performs B for C in X Augusto Boal: “We are all theatre”
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Performance Broader term than “theater” Theater is one type of performance
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Unformatted text preview: Can include theater, music, dance, ritual, sports events, politics, every day life, and so on. Shakespeare: “All the world’s a stage.” Erving Goffman: “All the world’s not a stage, but the ways it isn’t aren’t easy to specify.” Richard Schechner: “twice behaved behavior.” Performance Studies Not everything IS performance, but most things can be studied AS performance. Performance is a conceptual lens. Theatre People Audience Actor Director Playwright Theatre People Dramaturg Designer Stage Manager Producer Critic Theatre Process Play Script Rehearsal Preview Opening Night Run Theatre Spaces Stage House Box Office Directions (stage left, stage right, upstage, downstage, center stage)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2008 for the course TD 301 taught by Professor Dvoskin during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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