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Unformatted text preview: Notes: 2/5/08 Perhaps the least noticeable to the audience, but hugely important to production Greeks o Began in Am needed sun for light o Outdoor arenas o Lasted all day Elizabethan (around 1600) o No ceilings (the globe theatre in London) o Gas and candles often resulted in fire Modern o Lighting instruments Basic Functions o Visibility of action to audience o Selective focus of given moment Darken/lighten areas Use color in an important moment Follow spot o Modeling Add contour and depth Light vs. shadow o Mood Subtle Color Happy = bright, warm colors Serious = cool, muted colors o Qualities of light What the lighting designer can manipulate and control Intensity amount of light o 150 200 lights per show o Creation of mood Comedies = light Tragedies = dark Distribution where lights come from Side? Top? Back? Front? Low?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course TAR 103 taught by Professor Yarnelle during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '08