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THR 101 Study Guide 05/10/2010 17:56:00 Improv Games:      Opposites Exercise: Give good or bad news, person must respond the  opposite way Question Game: Conversation must consist of questions only Conducted Storybook: 5-6 people get in line and tell a story, one person says  part of story then another person is pointed to Sound and Story: Two people sit back to back in chairs, one person tells story  the other throws in sound effects Hitchhiker: Hitchhiker gets into car, everyone in car must have same attitude Stand Up, Sit Down, Lie Down: At all times one person must be doing each Yes And: Person A attempts to be doing something, Person B says  something irrelevant and Person A makes an excuse for it One Two Three Four: Changing situations Historical Perspective: 3 Participants o One person picks historic event, the other two perform a scene about it Story Exchange: Switch stories Objective/Tactic/Obstacle:     I want to seduce her by charm but I can’t because I have a girlfriend PowerPoint: Greek Theatre: o Has influenced many of our current theatre practices o Was introduced to cultures during the years of the Roman Republic  and especially during the Roman Empire o More in the ground, orchestra, skene, parody o Circle stage in the center that they acted around o Built on a hill side o The center circle is the orchestra o 5 main characters plus a chorus: a group of people who witness what  happened in the store o Roman Theatre:
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  • Fall '09
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  • person, Thrust stage, emotional recall, current theatre practices, Proscenium theatres, time Proscenium theatres

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