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by: Ola Treutel I


Ola Treutel I
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L. Clemons

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ola Treutel I on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to THTR 1020 at Louisiana State University taught by L. Clemons in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see /class/222575/thtr-1020-louisiana-state-university in Theatre at Louisiana State University.




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Date Created: 10/13/15
Theatre 1020 August 28 2009 Art techne Latin or Greek Theatre act of beauty skill and meaning Aesthetics is the branch of philosophy that deals with the nature and expression of beauty Art has to have a subject what the art is about ALL art has a medium method substance style and technique used to create the work Space architecture sculptures dance acting LineColor painting murals statues Language literature music poetry theater Living Body dance acting Art makes you feel something Art is nothing without spectators Theatre needs three things to function audience actor and space Techne Theatron theatre Dran to do Audentia Latin for audience Five points of theater Commercial theatre Historical theatre Political theatre Experimental theatre Cultural theatre Drama is what tells the story of people in conflict Theatre and drama are live Theatre is about human beings Collaborative art forms British man Peter Brook wrote a book called the llEmpty Space makes a major point in the book on what makes theater it takes a person to walk across the space while a person is watching Actors have a character but performers may be more of themselves Vaclav Havel first president of Czechoslovakia Avantgarde pushing the boundaries of theatre What is NOT theatre Entertainment something that holds your attention TV shows and sports are not theatre Art is directed to you entertainment is directed to mass audiences Entertainment easily digested art makes us think Entertainment allows us to be passive viewers Art requires active viewing Entertainment flatters an audience art challenges audience to think Art does not compromise for public taste but entertainment does Some things can be both entertainment and art as long as it makes you think True art asks deep thought provoking questions


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