introduction to theatre & drama

  • 617 Pages
  • 4.14 MB
  • English
Passport Books , Lincolnwood, Ill
Other titlesIntroduction to theatre and drama., Theatre & drama., Theatre and drama.
StatementMarshall Cassady & Pat Cassady.
ContributionsCassady, Pat.
The Physical Object
Pagination617 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18938534M
ISBN 100844251003

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OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Oedipus Rex / Sophocles --The morality play / Everyman --As you like it / William Shakespeare --The beggar's opera / John Gay --The miser / Moliere --An enemy of the people / Henrik Ibsen --The importance of being earnest / Oscar Wilde --Riders to the sea / John Millington Synge --The hairy ape / Eugene.

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This comprehensive text provides a detailed exploration of styles of drama, staging, production, directing, and acting, along with playwriting and all backstage functions/5(10). The purpose of Introduction to Theatre is to increase students' understanding, appreciation, and critical perceptions of the theatrical event.

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From this main page, you can click on my name (above) to see my home page at NVCC, and from there you can get more information about me. Introduction: theatre and theatre studies The term ‘theatre’ has its origins in the Greek word theatron, meaning a ‘place for looking’.

Thus, originally, theatre referred to both a place as well as to a particular form of sense perception. Today, the concept of ‘theatre’ can refer to:File Size: KB.

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Chapter 1: Theatre and History, An Introduction. The study of classical drama is a sub-field of theatre history which is, in turn, a branch of such, it is best to begin any exploration of classical drama by examining the nature of history and theatre, how they are defined, and the methodologies most profitably employed to gain a better understanding of both.

Introduction to Theater, Drama, and Plays In this video, I introduce several topics: What are plays. What are the different elements in a play. How to read a play.

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In the past, theatre was often used as a synonym for drama, a usage that can be still be found in the names of some university departments. The terminological complexity of the term means that the object of theatre studies is multi-dimensional and composed of many different fields of enquiry and scholarly : Christopher B.

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Student Text This semester-long, introductory theatre textbook is highly readable and created specifically to instill a strong interest in theatre. DRAMA -- the duties of a professional Stage Manager Used with permission from The American Theatre Wing.

Education through drama and theater | Mohammed Awwad DRAMAINTRODUCTION TO. This is a readable, workable text that deals with everything about theatre and the artists who make theatre possible. Styles of drama, staging, production, directing and acting, along with all backstage functions are defined in detail.

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Theatre history and the business of theatre are covered fully for the use of both students and instructors. At the end of each chapter is a summary and. chapter summaries and pointers to further reading, Theatre Studies: The Basics has all you need to get your studies off to a flying start.

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INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE. DRAM Lec RGC Instructor: M. McQuirter MW Office hrs: _____ Office RGC Phone Email [email protected] REQUIRED TEXT.The enactment of drama in theatre, performed by actors on a stage before an audience, presupposes collaborative modes of production and a collective form of reception.

The structure of dramatic texts, unlike other forms of literature, is directly influenced by this collaborative production and collective reception.