Lighting Design W 18.pptx

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Welcome
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Introduction to Theatre THGE 1 Winter 2017 Instructor: Todd Salovey
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Plot Summary! Final Paper Plot Summary Draft - Week 5
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See A Raisin in The Sun Mandell Weiss Theatre Preview: February 7 @ 7pm Show dates: February 9, 10 @ 7:30pm
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Response Paper – Raisin – Due in Section Next Week 1.5 to 2 Pages (space and a half) In class we spoke about the 10 characteristics of great acting. Pick one or two actors in A Raisin in the Sun. Describe how they did or did not exhibit several of the characteristics from class. Please illustrate by describing Specific Moments from the production. Remember, what they SAY is the script, how they say it or what they DO is their ACTING.
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MIDTERM – Next Wednesday 2 SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS 1 CREATIVE QUESTION 5 DEFINITIONS BLUE- BOOK
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The creative approach to stage lighting—the art, in other words, of knowing where to put light on the stage and where to take it away—is not always a matter of textbooks or precepts. There can be no arbitrary rules. We have the mechanism with which to create this ideal,
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