Chap2 - Chapter 2: Performance, Audience, and Critic Key...

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Chapter 2: Chapter 2: Performance, Audience, and Critic Performance, Audience, and Critic
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Key Concepts Key Concepts
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Relationship Between Relationship Between Intention = Interpretation The audience’s interpretation may or may not match the artists’ intentions. Intention = Interpretation
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Watching a Performance Watching a Performance Theatrical Performance versus Film Theatre and Film differ in numerous ways, including how the audience experiences these two types of performance. Activity: Take the following Quiz to test your knowledge of the movie-going experience. Then, we’ll compare the experience of attending a film to the experience of attending a theatrical performance.
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Watching a Performance Watching a Performance Movie Quiz 1) Going to the movies is which type of occasion? A) Formal / Special B) Informal / Regular 2) When do you usually purchase movie tickets? A) Just before the movie starts B) Several days in advance 3) How is seating determined in the movie theatre? A) Your ticket shows your seat number B) You can sit wherever you want
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Watching a Performance Watching a Performance Movie Quiz 4) When does the audience receive information about all of the artists who worked on the movie? A) Before the show, in a printed program B) While some of the artists are listed at the start of the movie, only after the show, when the final credits roll, are all the names listed 5) The scenery or environment of the film is viewable to the audience while waiting for the film to start. A) True
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Watching a Performance Movie Quiz 7) How many intermissions do most movies have? A) None B) One or more 6) The scenery or environment of a film is typically abstract and unrealistic. A)
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course THE 1000 taught by Professor Chu during the Spring '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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Chap2 - Chapter 2: Performance, Audience, and Critic Key...

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