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Contemporary Theatre Landscape

by: Jordan Rouse

Contemporary Theatre Landscape TA 110

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Week 4 Online Lecture
intro to theatre
Professor Ritter
Class Notes
theatre, week 4, Contemporary, landscape
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jordan Rouse on Tuesday February 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to TA 110 at University of Kentucky taught by Professor Ritter in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see intro to theatre in Theatre at University of Kentucky.


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Date Created: 02/16/16
Week 4: Contemporary Theatre and Landscape Broadway Commercial (for profit) Proscenium (large) 40 theatres Not new productions Broadway Tours London’s West End- transfers productions between Broadway History of Broadway  Century old  Boom in 10s-20s  Golden Age of American Musical 40s-60s  70’s decline  Mega musical of 80s-90’s Off-Broadway  Different outlook for work  Various places around NYC  99-500 seats  Not all proscenium  Professional  Some shows transfer to Broadway Off-Off-Broadway  1960s  Cheaper/no location  Fewer than 99 seats  Professional and non professional Regional Theatres  LORT (League of Resident Theatres)  Professional, non-profit University Theatre  Training  Seasonal plays  Push boundaries Community Theatre  Traditional/safe  Local Theatre Company  More than 1 production  Mission statement  Same people performing  Professional or non professional  Some have specific locations, some do not  Reasons o Political o Cultural o Aesthetic o Genre  San Fransisco Mime Troupe- o political  El Teatro Compesino o by Luis Valdez- o cultural identity  Complicite o Aesthetic style o Simon McBurney o Theatrical o 1983  Shaw Chicago- Genre play o Genre play  The Royal Chakesphere Company o Genre o Specific purpose Festival Theatre Fringe Festival Shakesphere Festivals Religious Festivals o Oberammergau o Nova Jerusalem


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