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the Spreckels Theater Proscenium theater Stage and the audience separated by an arch A curtain between the two In front of the curtain is the apron The most common theater design, in Western Theater, in the 18 th , 19 th , 20 th century Favors creating the illusion of reality
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Grand Theatre London, Ontario Proscenium theater
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The Rose Theater Memphis TN Proscenium theater
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Thrust Stage The Octagon Theatre, University of Western Australia Audience on three sides of the stage Sometimes called an open stage Allows for greater intimacy between actors and audience. Favor actor-audience connection. Is used in the traditional Noh theater of Japan
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Thrust Stage Noh Theater : a traditional Japanese theater form, one of the oldest forms in the world (14 th Century) Developed from ancient forms of dance drama and from various types of festival drama at shrines and temples Noh performers use music, masks, and stylized gesture to tell stories, their “visual appearances and their movements suggest the essence of their tale rather than enact it.
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St. Norbert College, WI
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course THEATER 100 taught by Professor Lombardi during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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