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Theatre & Performance

How do we read theatre? This presentation will explore the various theatrical elements in helping to make sense of what we see in performance
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Sarina Huang

on 20 March 2011

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Transcript of Theatre & Performance

THEATRE How do we read theatre? ...Look at various theatrical elements! the ACTOR Voice gesture movement facial expression makeup costumes & music sound effects lighting Check out these theatres in Sydney! Tone Pitch Silence Language the STAGE SET suspense shock confusion design props when watching theatre... what MOODS & FEELINGS are evoked from an AUDIENCE? terror peace joy love anger pity sympathy disgust First, let us focus on the VISUAL what do you SEE? Next...let us focus on SOUND what do you hear? Don't forget the constantly changing EXTERNAL aspects of the actors! Now using what you've just learnt, analyse this Artaud play! You will find that studying theatre will help you better understand humanity and the social/cultural world we live in "I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being."
- Oscar Wilde
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