Theatrical Design

Theatrical Design - • What are the controllable qualities...

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Theatrical Design Terms Style Realism Non-Realism Symbolism Thumbnail sketch Ground Plan Rendering
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Technical Rehearsals Drops Flats Hand Props Set Props Prosthetic Make-up
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Questions to Consider: What are the different steps in the design process? What are some basic considerations for a set designers? Give examples of some two or three-dimensional scenic units. What is the difference between set props and hand props?
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Unformatted text preview: • What are the controllable qualities of light? • Which design area can have the greatest impact on defining characters? • What is the basic responsibility of the set, costume, and lighting designers? • Which design area is the most flexible? • What does each design area do ‘best’? • What else is a costume designer responsible for besides the clothing?...
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