Audience sits on 3 sides of the stage
There is a front (main) drape
It has offstage right and left wings
There is an apron
Blocking a show.
Building the set on the stage.
Cleaning up the stage.
The backstage area during tech rehearsals and performances.
The ushers and the safety of the audience.
The set and keeping it clean.
The money earned.
Add extra dialogue.
Fix a problem with the set.
Do extra activities that your character would do in that setting.
Romeo, where are you, Romeo?
Romeo, what are you, Romeo?
Romeo, why are you, Romeo?
Romeo, who are you, Romeo?
ROMEO AND JULIET
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
A silly mom
A smart and goofy nerd
A dumb jock
A ditzy cheerleader
The show is approved by the state court.
The show has no musical numbers in it with dancing and singing.
The show is a play about the legal system.
The show has a seal of approval on it.
Is closed that night.
Is no longer in business.
Has no stage lighting.
Can only do dark and tragic plays.
High school and/or college G.P.A.
Height and weight.
Special abilities or talents.
A set drawing.
A concept picture.
A plot diagram.
Blocking rehearsal, dress rehearsal, tech rehearsal
Tech rehearsal, blocking rehearsal, dress rehearsal
Blocking rehearsal, tech rehearsal, dress rehearsal
Dress rehearsal, blocking rehearsal, tech rehearsal
Help memorize lines.
Help fine tune motivation.
Help add dimension to the character.
Help actor to connect to the character.
Pays its actos a salary.
Employs equity actors.
Uses volunteer actors from the locality.
Hires a professional cast.
An actor who plays an equal role in all a theater's shows.
An actor who is a paid professional and a member of the union.
An actor who acts and who does tech work.
An actor who only performs in ensemble type shows.
1660 to present.
1558 to present.
1750 to present.
1875 to present.
A royal main character
When other actors whisper underneath a character's speech.
Words written in the script in italics.
The underlying meaning of a line.
The last words said in a long speech.
It can't be done on any.
Douglas Turner Ward
Can only survive the electronic age by emphasizing what makes theatre different -- direct interaction between actor and audience.
Is a very commerical and expensive experience.
Directors should create a unified stage picture.
Plays are usually too far removed from reality to have any credibility.
Relation to objects