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  • Theatre Books in this subject area deal with theatre: the branch of the performing arts defined as what occurs when people present themselves to others
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  • Scottish Country Dance Costume History Counterpoint Flute History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now Horn How to Play Fiddle IB Music International Latin
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  • Geometry Digital Photography Future Media Graphic Design History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now Inside DVD-Video Introduction to Art OC Photography
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  • Hawaiian Monarchs History of Greece History of Islam History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now IB European History Political History of New Zealand
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  • of Opera History of Western Theatre: Greeks to Elizabethans In subsections: Unknown completion History of Canadian Theatre In subsections: Subsections
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  • a book] [start a book] Improvisational Acting Singing Theatre and Acting { Technical Theatre Announcing  [>> suggest a book] [start a book] See also:
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  • Using the Mouth Using the mouth by saying and speaking certain words and phrases can help to exercise the face. Using All the Face Some exercises use all
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  • Coarse Acting, as described in Michael Green's book, The Art of Coarse Acting
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  • Welcome to the Theatre and Acting Wikibook. This book is almost unwritten; therefore, feel free to dive in and write about whatever you know. Introduction
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  • Inputs for a sound system would include microphones (specific types are discussed in another section), Compact Disc Players, Tape Players, Record Players
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  • Strobe Lights are lights which produce a quick flash of light. They can be used to simulate lightning, or to give the effect of slow motion. They are normally
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  • Naturalism is a movement popularised by the "Method" or Stanislavski system.
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  • For research projects, please visit Wikiversity. Please search existing books before requesting new ones Subject Main When adding a request,
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  • Dynamic Microphones Dynamic microphones are versatile and ideal for general-purpose use. They use a simple design with few moving parts. They are relatively
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  • The Theatre of Cruelty was founded by Antonin Artaud in 1935. It was his next step after his “Théâtre Alfred Jarry” which he had had joint management
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  • Vocal Warm Ups can include experiments where you stress the consonants on words or try rising/ lowering your voice. You Know New York... Saying the following
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  • Chafe, Rick. Zac and Speth. Playwrights Guild of Canada, 199. ISBN 978-1551739854. Foon, Dennis. Zaydok. Playwrights Guild of Canada, 1987. ISBN 978-1551555232
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  • Dimmers are mechanical or electromechanical devices used to vary the amount of electrical power being sent to each lighting instrument. In most modern
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  • VNSP - Very Narrow Spot NSP - Narrow Spot MFL - Medium Flood WFL - Wide Flood EXG - Extra Wide Flood
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