19 - Greeks"choragus leader of the chorus taught everyone their parts coordinated song and movement Medieval Theatre mostly Christian themes

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Greeks- “choragus” leader of the chorus, taught everyone their parts, coordinated song and movement Medieval Theatre- mostly Christian themes, morality plays, mystery cycles The “master of secrets” a special effects expert “keeper of the register” a master copy of the script a “guild” a group of craftsman who could hold on the register and pass it on from generation to generation Elizabethan Actor/amanager- star, lincensee of the theatre and arranger of thw performance, dominated every aspect of a plays production Teache the other actors their lines Theatre companies competed to make names for themselves Modern Era- increased call for unity of production and a single, clear vision for the play, increased time spent in rehearsal, elements of design faithfully match the play, realism develops with fervor First Director- George II, Duke of Saxe- Meiningen (1826-1914) Is credited as the first ‘real’ director Stredded the importance of unity in a production and toured productions through
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2009 for the course TAR 109 taught by Professor Warburton during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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19 - Greeks"choragus leader of the chorus taught everyone their parts coordinated song and movement Medieval Theatre mostly Christian themes

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