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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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  • 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
    186 bytes (36 words) - 18:35, 25 May 2009
  • 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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  • 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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  • Theatre games can be used for many purposes, including: to learn basic theatrical concepts and ideas to encourage creative thought and expression to expand
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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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  • VNSP - Very Narrow Spot NSP - Narrow Spot MFL - Medium Flood WFL - Wide Flood EXG - Extra Wide Flood
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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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  • Lighting control refers of any changes made in the light produced by one or more lighting instruments. This includes (but is by no means limited to) changes
    642 bytes (101 words) - 14:03, 24 July 2009
  • Floodlights are basic theatrical lighting instruments, consisting of primarily of a reflector box and a lamp, usually attached to a yoke to allow the instrument
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  • The cyc light is a single unit with asymmetric distribution for even coverage of backcloths and cycloramas. There are many occasions when a broad light
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  • Patterns Of Screen Writing (category Theatre)
    Style Guide Contributors write the page name & section into the template e.g. Planning/The Board Introduction Style Guide Pattern Template Planning
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  • When performing or rehearsing it is vital to make sure that the actors are concentrated on the task. There are many exercises designed to help teamwork
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  • Some exercises use the mouth to exercise the face. Try these exercises: Say the following phrase: L-l-loo, l-l-low, l-l-law, l-l-lah, l-l-lay, l-l-lee
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