Theatrical Design

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

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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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