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Designers: Week 8 Online Lecture Theatre Notes

by: Jordan Rouse

Designers: Week 8 Online Lecture Theatre Notes TA 110

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Discusses the role of costume, set, and lighting designers
intro to theatre
Professor Ritter
Class Notes
Designers, costiume, set, lighting, Week 8, theatre
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jordan Rouse on Sunday February 28, 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 19 views. For similar materials see intro to theatre in Theatre at University of Kentucky.

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Date Created: 02/28/16
Designers  Costume Designers  Lighting, Tuning and Sound Designers also  Sometimes same person will do two or more of those tasks  Artists in professional world Costume Design: Clothing  Gives us lots of information: time period, region, tradition, status, occupation, personality  Professionals know what clothing to wear for different time periods and social status Designer  Collaborative artist  Strong art creative background  Most studied theatre in college then furthered studies  Help establish style of production  Indicates period  Considers line, color, fabric  Helping tell story on stage  Consider what character does; jumping around, flexible Scenic designer and Set designer/light designer  Create look of the show  Extensive experience  Set design may have been interested in architecture Theatrical Spaces: common types  First questions designers ask is what space to work with  Most common is proscenium theatre  Thrust theatre o playing space comes out into audience so audience is on three sides o No big set pieces in thrust theatre  Black box theatre o Set in a number of different ways o Problem with hiding things offstage  In the round configuration o Not used as often o Watch sight lines- one person is always looking at the back of someone  Sight specific theatre o Location similar to one called for in script: outdoors


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