Drama 160 Exam 2 Review PP

Drama 160 Exam 2 Review PP - Exam II review Spring 2010...

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Exam II review Spring 2010 Drama 160
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The “Design Process” CARE-IS-PIE C-ommitment A-nalysis R-esearch E-valuation I-ncubation S-election P-resentation I-mplementation E-valuation
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Props
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Props Master Properties  or Props: Elements such as furniture, lamps, pictures, table linens, bric-a- brac (stuff),  and window treatments that provide the set with a “finished” look and  visual character. Property Master: The one responsible for the “design”, construction and finishing of  all properties
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Props Personnel Properties Manager/Master Works with Designer Supervises Staff Budgets (time money and materials) Properties Artisan Build props from designs or creates Properties Carpenter Builds or Modifies Props
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Types Of Props Set Props Large set pieces that     may or may not move   Hand Props Props carried by actors
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Decorative Lamps, sconces Nick-nacks Rugs Paintings Plants Pillows blankets
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Consumable Allergy and dietary concerns Paper Cigarette, other tobacco products Obvious concerns Matches lighters etc Anything broken in the course of the show, on purpose.
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Paint
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The Designer designs The Technical Director uses the carpenters to build it. But, the Scenic Artist  and his/her staff bring it to  life with color and texture.
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Basic Ideas – Primary Colors Red, Blue, and Yellow - These colors cannot be mixed from any others. Secondary Colors Orange, Green, and Purple - Made by mixing equal parts of primary colors.
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Light Design and electrics
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Light and darkness Changed by the lighting instruments Stage lights
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The Design Objectives Selectively Illuminate the stage Sculpt, Mold and model actors and costumes Create an environmental atmosphere that is supportive  to the production concept
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Controllable Qualities Distribution Direction Shape and Size Quality Intensity Color Movement Cues Onstage Movement Follow spots
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Functions of Stage Lights Visibility Can you see them Selective visibility Selective focus Guide audience  Modeling Controlling the appearance of objects Mood
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Acting Areas Specific area where scenes are played Usually in 8-12 foot pools or circles covering the stage Overlap for even light distribution Helps to guide development of design and lighting key by  analyzing each acting area and it needs
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Primary Color with Light Remember the difference  between light and paint
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Put it together, the LX crew Designer/Assistant Master Electrician AME Electricians Movable lighting specialists Board operators
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The process (for the crew) Light plot The ME checks it for inventory
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course DRAM 160 taught by Professor Garman during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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