Notes for drama

Notes for drama - Notes (Amy you owe me! Luh yuh gurl!)...

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Notes (Amy you owe me!!! Luh yuh gurl!) What makes theatre? Theatre is the study of human expression and cultural outlets that give insight to societal views and culture. (That was my definition, Yes, yes, Amy I know I’m a genius) You MUST have actors and an audience to have theatre Theatre is a performance that places the human experience before a group of people-an audience- in the present moment. For theatre to happen, two groups of people, actors and audience, must come together at a certain time in a certain place. Theatre’s Immediacy- Theater is one of the most immediate ways of experiencing another’s concept of life-of what it means to be human; hence the continuity of theatre .It has living quality that sets it apart from other forms of art. Theatre’s Aliveness-Theatre is a living art form, continually before us in present time until that final moment of the play. 4 Essential Parallels between Theatre and Life. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course DRAM 115 taught by Professor Adamdavidson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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