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Romeo & Juliet

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Transcript of Romeo & Juliet

Formal Aspects Deep focus
Combining light, composition, and type of camera lens to produce the desired effect
Overlapping actions Discreet cuts and cinematic-style crosscutting, that gives the production a sense of urgency. Theater Cinema In both theatrical and cinema the dialogue remains the same.
There are some differences in a few of the characters names and some of the characters were not included in the modern Romeo and Juliet.
Differences in clothing attire and weapons.
Different scenario location.
There were differences in the way Romeo and Juliet died from the original theatrical to the modern day cinema. Theatrical vs Cinema What specific examples from your selected movie illustrate the similarities between theater and cinema production? Both Cinematic and Theatre versions are written and spoken in Iambic Pentameter. Characters were mostly all the same and had the same qualities
Montagues VS Capulets
Romeo is the ultimate romantic “you kiss by the book”
Juliet is a typical young lady at her time, borders between immaturity and maturity. Everything changes when she meets Romeo
Mercutio was an Excellent Entertainer
Tybalt a great fighter
Lord Capulet was high tempered
Friar Lawrence helps Romeo and Juliet, moderates for the two, marries them Examples from movie illustrate the similarities between theater and cinema production Story line is exactly the same
Begin with a fight
Romeo goes to the party and meets Juliet
Romeo engages Juliet
Romeo and Juliet get married
Tybalt kills Mercutio
Romeo kills Tybalt
Romeo is exiled
Romeo and Juliet kill themselves in a tragic ending Examples from movie illustrate the similarities between theater and cinema production continued Have a different acting styles costuming, lighting and music, both directors have created different interpretations of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Actors act out their parts in front of a live audience and more exciting and more romantic and spending less money to prepare.
The actor must connect with the audience through movements and voice projection on stage. ROMEO AND JULIET THEATER ROMEO AND JULIET CINEMA Producers could in fact acquire a great income due to the popularity of the film. Earned 46 million dollars in 12 weeks.
Takes more time to make the movie.
A movie performance is recorded, edited, then shown to the audience.
A movie uses a camera to record an actor's performance. This requires acting skills favoring the right movements, angles and audience connection, based on how the actor will look when projected on a big screen Questions? Director: Baz Luhrmann
Held workshops and readings of the script in Australia.
American actors – American accent makes the language very strong and alive.
“A created world” – a collage of modern and classic images taken from religion, theater, folklore, technology, and pop culture.
Film is set in the world of movies.
Filming Locations
- Alameda, CA
- Chapultepec Castle, Chapultepec Park, Mexico City
- Estudios Churubusco Azteca, Mexico City (Studio)
- Mexico City
- Texcoco, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
- Veracruz, Mexico

Mike Garza

Andrew Lebron

Mary Lou Martinez

Norma Martinez

Melissa Rivera

Steve Suh

University of Phoenix

HUM 266 Art Through The Ages

MU12ELC10

Kimberly Paggett-Willis, MA

01/29/2013 Theater and Cinema Comparison Have a different acting styles costuming, lighting and music, both directors have created different interpretations of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Actors act out their parts in front of a live audience and more exciting and more romantic and spending less money to prepare.
The actor must connect with the audience through movements and voice projection on stage. ROMEO AND JULIET THEATER References IMDb. (1990-2013). Retrieved from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117509/maindetails

My so-called Claire Danes homepage. (1996). Retrieved from http://www.clairedanes.com/rjintro.html

Romeo and Juliet Play by William Shakespeare. (2005). Retrieved from http://www.william-shakespeare.info/shakespeare-play-romeo-and-juliet.htm

Romeo & Juliet: production history. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://pages.towson.edu/quick/romeoandjuliet/rnjstage.htm
Shmoop we speak student. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.shmoop.com/romeo-and-juliet/

Soriano, R.H. (1999-2013). eHow Discover the Expert in You. Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_6551984_difference-between-movies-theater-performances.html

(2007, December 15). Romeo & Juliet "1996" Trailer [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube.com

(2009, November 9). Romeo & Juliet (1996) Shooting: Pool Scene [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube.com Several adaptations to Shakespeare’s version.
-Adding dialogue between Romeo & Juliet.
-Allowing Juliet to awaken before Romeo dies.
Changes in original language.
Set incorporated arches and balconies in town square scene.
Lighting incorporated to heighten dramatic effect.
Costumes add visual appeal.
Music from 12th-15th century Europe. Production Process of Theater Production Process of Cinema How elements of cinema production are similar to elements of theatrical production Shakespeare intentionally wrote his plays to appeal to a broad audience.
Romeo and Juliet has come to exemplify the ultimate romantic tragedy, there are, in fact, several comedic accents in the play that arose due to the disparate nature of Elizabethan audiences.
Luhrmann's movie reflects this mingling of comedy and tragedy.
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