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Unformatted text preview: illusion , as we watch, that we are sharing an experience with others for the first time b. Aristotle? c. Suspending one’s disbelief? 8. Theatre’s Spaces a. Theatron a.i. The ‘seeing place’ or special place b. 3 basic components of theatre b.i. Actors, audience, and action c. Basic components of ‘theatre space’ c.i. Stage and audience 9. Thrust stage at Playmakers 10. What do you acrually need to have theatre? a. Hypokrites a.i. The “answer” b. Thespis? b.i. First actor c. The formula is simple 11. Theatre’s audiences a. As audiences, we expect plays to be related to life experiences b. Most of us go to the theatre expecting the familiar. c. The collective response 12. Act of Discovery a. Aliveness and Immediacy 13. Thrust, end around, black box. Types of theatre...
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