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Backstage from A to Z; a glossary of technical stage terms. Illustrated by Alanson Davis.
Warren C. Lounsbury
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Action-One of the key words a Director says to start the scene 1) The physical movement of an actor on the stage. 2) The movement or development of the plot of a dramatic work, or an incident in that movement, as it is revealed or meant to be revealed by actors on the stage through dialogue, physical movement, etc. Short for 'dramatic action.'. Start studying Theatre stage terms. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. backstage area used to build scenery. scrim. Theatre Technical Terms 59 Terms. Kaelyn PACE Technical Terms 81 Terms. kdlede. Theater Design Vocab 58 Terms.
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UP STAGE - (a) The area located at the back of the stage. Down Stage is the area in front of the performer. (b) To draw attention to oneself at the expense of a fellow performer.V.O. - Author: Backstage Staff. Buy Backstage From a to Z; a Glossary of Technical Sta by Lounsbury, Warren C (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Warren C Lounsbury. Find Theatre Backstage From a To Z by Lounsbury, Warren C at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. STAGE TERMS GLOSSARY Common Theater Terms Auditions: Readings before a director to determine casting of a play.
Call Backs: An additional audition for the final actors being considered. Similar to semifinals in sports. Clear the Stage: A direction given to all actors, musicians, and technicians to leave the stage area prior to the beginning of a play.
The stage floor: Downstage: The part of the stage nearest to the audience: Flies: The area above the stage where scenic or lighting instruments are hoisted to be out of the audience's view: Front of House (FOH) The area from the entrance of the theatre to the procenium arch: Leg: A long and narrow drape hung to mask backstage: Orchesta.
mance space. As you study the new terms, be sure to look at the dia-grams that have all the parts labeled (see Figure 9–6). Anything within the stage setting and visible to the audience is considered onstage.
Any-thing beyond the stage setting and not visible to the audience is con-sidered offstage. 4 APRON (HOUSE/OUT FRONT) BACKSTAGE Center. A glossary of technical analysis terms In technical analysis, there are a series of common terms.
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Common Theater Terms. Auditions: Readings before a director to determine casting of a play. Call Backs: An additional audition for the final actors being considered. Similar to semifinals in sports. Clear the Stage: A direction given to all actors, musicians, and technicians to leave the stage area prior to the beginning of a play.
‘The stage is bare except for an image of a god at stage left (the audience's right).’ ‘They shake hands and exit side by side stage left, their soldiers forming one column to exit.’ ‘Enter stage right, Karin Stoiber, 60 years of age, in a dark, well-cut suit or dirndl, the.
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Definitions and drawings explaining the terms and use of stage scenery and lighting. Well illustrated with line drawings and some photos. Proscenium: The arch, or “frame,” around the stage, a portal between backstage and the apron. Stage Directions: Ancient Greek and Roman theatre stages were raked toward the audience, if an actor was walking toward the audience, they would be walking down hill.
Downstage: toward the audience Upstage: away from the audience Stage Left: the. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Stage terminology.: Pages in category "Stage terminology" The following 65 pages are in this category, out of 65 total. Stage definition: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.
| Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.In medicine, a defined period or phase in the development, progress or extent of a disease or condition; the process of determining the period or phase of a disease or condition. In cancer, the stage is the degree to which the cancer has grown or spread.
Generally, lower numbers and/or letters mean less extensive stages.stage definition: 1. a part of an activity or a period of development: 2. If you do something in stages, you divide.