Final Exam Study Guide - DRAMA 101 FALL 2012 STUDY GUIDE...

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DRAMA 101 FALL 2012 STUDY GUIDE QUIZ 2 MR. SCOTT [email protected] THE EXAM WILL CONSIST OF TEN MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. THE QUESTIONS WILL BE DRAWN FROM THE FOLLOWING: PLAYS: Death of a Salesman, The Dog Lady, The Cuban Swimmer, Machinal, Romeo and Juliet: details of plot and characters; examples may be drawn from the plays. ARTICLES and VIDEOS: “ASKPLAYBILL.com - Sets:” According to Scott Pask what is the main job of the set designer? “Behind the Scenes - Lighting Design by Don Holder: ” According to Mr. Holder what percentage of the audience is affected by lighting? “Broadway 101: Measuring a Show by Its Loads of Laundry:” What is the Equity rule for frequency with which the clothing must be laundered? What is a “track?”
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Unformatted text preview: “A Life in the Theatre: Abe Jacob:” Why is Abe Jacob significant in theatre history? “Directing Overview;” According to Nicholas Hytner where is most of the director’s focus during the rehearsal process? DESIGN OVERVIEW ■Terms to know CAD/CADD? SET DESIGN ■ Terms to know: - ground plan - set prop - hand prop ■ Jobs to Know: - Technical Director or TD - Scenic Artist LIGHTING DESIGN ■ Terms to know: - dimmer - gel - light plot - patching - key light - back light -fill light ■ Jobs to Know: - Master Electrician or ME ■ People to Know: - Jean Rosenthal COSTUME DESIGN ■ Terms to know: - pull - build - costume breakdown ■ Jobs to Know: - dyer - draper/cutter - first hand SOUND DESIGN ■ Terms to know: - motivated sound...
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  • Spring '12
  • Bresnick
  • Stage lighting, Scenic design, Theatrical professions, Study guide quiz, Abe Jacob

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