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Ch.1 Notes (Intro to Theatre)

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Ch.1 Notes (Intro to Theatre) THEA 1030

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What is Art?
Introduction to Theatre
Class Notes
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Deja Notetaker on Saturday January 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to THEA 1030 at University of Memphis taught by Detroit in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Theatre in Theatre at University of Memphis.

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Date Created: 01/30/16
Chapter 1: Theater is Everywhere  What Is Art?  Art = Reflections of Life (literal or abstract form)  Literal vs. Abstract Form  Exposes faults, glories, emotions, thoughts  Three Categories of Art  ­Literal: anything that is written/can be read  ­Visual: eye observant, frozen in time doesn’t change  ­Performing: imagination, moves through time  Art isselective art. Different art forms focus on certain elements and eliminate others.  Exist through time and/or space.  Performing Arts: requirements: interpreters=actors, creator=playwright, audience  Elements of Theatre: audience: paying attention, knowledgable, open­minded;  performers’ text/script, playwright, director, the space (place where performance takes  place, design elements  Theater is collaborative art. All elements are coordinate on and off stage.  Globalization: occurs all over the world; unique aspects in different cultures; influences  mix borrowing ideas from different cultures= interatction, different take on something=  adaptation, artist working with others from new culture, mixing both cultures=  collaboration. 


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