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Theatre Exam 3 Lecture 1

Theatre Exam 3 Lecture 1 - Audience experience essays due...

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- Audience experience essays due on Friday at 5 pm: turn in to BBV - Angels in America---- BEGIN READING! 130 pages - John’s office hours: ???? - Angels in America: Teaches it as a historical piece because of the AIDS epidemic - Role of a critic… observe then analyze. Reread EF’s - Concerned with understanding, effectiveness and ultimate world - Effectively address to larger audience… lecture 2.2 - First write down as much as possible about the world of the play - Audience, lighting, mood - What’s the physical world, social… how do people interact, what changes and moves? What does the play ask of me or the intended audience? What is this play up to and how do we know… the goal or argument? What characters do you follow and why… the second portion- help tell the story. Who or what has changes and how does that change occur? Who is the intended audience? How does this play fit into a specific historical/social/political landscape?? Why important now?? Gather these before outlining essay… - Outline - What is the goal of the production?? There are multiple goals… can address larger
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