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Stages

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Kayla Gelowitz

on 7 September 2016

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Transcript of Stages

Upstage
Downstage
Stage Right
Stage Left
Center Stage
Upstage
Centre Stage
Downstage
Stage
Right
Stage
Left
Proscenium
Thrust
End
Arena
Flexible
Stages
Environmental
Stage Directions
Types of Stages
Defining Factors:
proscenium arch (frame)
audience on one side
room for wings on the sides
Defining Factors:
audience on three sides
one side for backdrop
Defining Factors:
no space for wings
audience on one side
Defining Factors:
audience on all sides
wings may be underneath audience
Defining Factors:
open space
able to change seating
able to create multiple different styles of staging
Defining Factors:
in a non-traditional theatre space
lends its own history/dynamics to the production
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