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Introduction to Theatre

by: Ms. Raegan Pouros

Introduction to Theatre THA 1303

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ms. Raegan Pouros on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to THA 1303 at Texas Tech University taught by Christoffel in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/226405/tha-1303-texas-tech-university in Theater Arts at Texas Tech University.


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Date Created: 10/22/15
TH A 1303 Final Exam Prep Sheet NOT E This is only a guide of the TYPE of questions and material that may or may not be included on the nal exam It should by NO MEANS be viewed as the ONLY INFORMATION included from the units studied since the Midterm Exam Remember the exam is inclusive although the majority of the information will be from the Midterm on 0 From Cpt 8 on the playwright Clue if the term is in boldface it is important The development of the playwright in society throughout history working with directors and dramaturges and the development of new plays Understand the wellmadeplay aimMinn um Ule 21R quotu ltint um l m Ll W1 mat and subject W In ux aquot 0 From Cpt 6 Directing Clue if the term is in boldface it is important Director in early theatre was there one if so what role did they play No gen and why would we care i 39 39 ml What s a concept and how is it developed m H H Why is collaboration important tofor a director edits LIVE 1 99 than H e of directing L What is the directors concept What is meant by the spine of the play What organizational skills should a director possess What are the directors artistic functions ie script selection analysis of the script interpretation of the script working with actors designers etc m n in allth V V M ging the play for a director ll I ll 0 From chapter 9 on design and lecture Clue if the term is in boldface it is important What are the two types of research discussed in class and what function do they serve Know the difference between representational and presentational design a quotH What are the el What i the ifferent types of scenery box set unit etc 0 From Chapters 1113 History of Theatre and Dance Clue if the term is in boldface it is important Know the major playwrights and movements of each discussed period What developments outside of the theatre had an effect on theatre Triggers for speci c movements


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