Theatre Midterm

Theatre Midterm - TheatreMidterm! 15:58

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15:58 Scenic designer: (theatre) Chooses the couches walls and fabrics  Art director: (file) created scenic design. History: Skene, ekkyklema- the wall at the back ( represents a palace) Greek theatre- never showed violence but you see the after affect of violence.  Medieval- wagons Shakespeare- no sets. ( in the language tells you where the story begins or  explains) Italian Renaissance-  17 th , 18 th  c.- flats and drops 19 th  c.- realism 1803- gas lighting 1870- electric lighting E. Gordon Craig- father of modern scenic design. Believed actors should walk on  the set.  Adolph Appia/ Wagner- appia father of modern lighting how to use the light for  tone or shifts. Rendering- actually painting of the possible stage.  Model- scale model shows space and direction. Style- 
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course THTR 1020 taught by Professor Bray during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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