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Introduction to the Theatre

by: Ross White

Introduction to the Theatre DRAM 1101

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Ross White
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Adrienne Macki

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ross White on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to DRAM 1101 at University of Connecticut taught by Adrienne Macki in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 56 views. For similar materials see /class/205841/dram-1101-university-of-connecticut in Drama at University of Connecticut.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
1192010 93300 AM Wednesday night at 7pm at the theatre same as Othello The producer s primary functions are financial and managerial in nature A true answer B false One of the other roles of a producer is to lead rehearsals and assist the actors A true B false answer which statement best describes the necessary work provided by the producer A producer asks critical questions and supplies additional information about play and period B producer provides the space personnel and money the director needs to realize hisher vision answer C producer supplies designs that will be needed for costumes and scenery to be constructed D producer stages the script by telling performers where to go on stage Roles of a producer o Select chose what show to produce new work or revival play or musical why o Support financially support and fund the show by finding investors Also create the administrative team o Sell sell your show market it to audiences Will you use a star o Success Continue the success of the show recast touring productions and discount tickets REP report a report that send out in the morning that tells you how many tickets sold how many discount ticket sold etc the accounting of individual and group sale tickets Media mix o different advertising such as poster internet 1192010 93300 AM 1192010 93300 AM


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