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GCSE Drama Types of Staging

End On Staging and Traverse
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Ciara Fossil

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of GCSE Drama Types of Staging

Serena & Sejal Types of Staging End On
Traverse CORRIDOR / END ON STAGING Historical Context No Curtains No Curtains Not to be confused with Proscunium Arch Staging Traverse Stage HISTORICAL CONTENT VS FASHION SHOW PROS AND CONS PROS AND CONS Allows the actors to use the audience for effect. Need for greater projection of voice Staging is limited Shadows are casted over the actors faces Action is somewhat remote from the audience Fit a large number of people Fits the shape of many buildings Thank You
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