international vocabulary of technical theatre terms

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Statementedited by Kenneth Rae and Richard Southern for the International Theatre Institute.
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An International Vocabulary of Technical Theatre Terms, in Eight Languages: American, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish Kenneth Rae, Richard Southern Theatre Arts Books, - Theater - pages.

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Southern, Richard. & Rae, Kenneth. & International Theatre. Book: The script of the musical: characters, dialogue, etc. Music: The composer-written music in a musical.

Lyrics: The words to the song. Sometimes, this is also the book writer or the composer or a combination of all of the above. Collaboration: No theater could be achieved without everyone working together, Author: JV Mercanti.

Glossary of Technical Theatre Terms. > Topics > Administration > Glossary of Technical Theatre Terms. Administration. 10 out of 12 (USA) A contractual term for a long all-day actor (or crew) call.

A typical contract will have at least one of these days, when the actors may be kept at work for 10 hours out of a maximum of > Glossary of Technical Theatre Terms – Theatrical Effects.

BLEED THROUGH Transformation from a scene downstage of a gauze to another scene upstage, by slowly crossfading lighting from downstage to upstage.

If a gauze is lit steeply, or from the sides, it will appear solid. If this light is turned off and light added to the set upstage of it.

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There are believed to be only two operational today - an original one at Gaiety Theatre, Isle Of Man, and a reproduction at Her Majesty's Theatre, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Term now used to refer to any front cloth or tabs lowered during intervals. Especially pantomime / musicals.

VIM3: International Vocabulary of Metrology The following, corrected version of the 3rd edition cancels and replaces JCGM (see the JCGM Corrigendum) and the 2nd edition (). It can be downloaded as international vocabulary of technical theatre terms book PDF file or browsed online complete with annotations.

acta major division of a dramatic work; a short performance of skill, a comic sketch, dance, etc, esp one that is part of a programme of light entertainmentbackstagebehind the part of the theatre in view of the audience; in the dressing rooms, wings, etccatastrophethe denouement of a play, esp a classical tragedychorus(in classical Greek drama) the.

An international vocabulary of technical theatre terms; in eight languages: American, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish. technical departments to take some action; e.g. LX cue 7 is the seventh instruction in the play to the lighting department.

Also used in the sense of the point at which an actor mustFile Size: KB. THEATRE VOCABULARY Actor/Actress A male or female person who performs a role in a play, work of theatre, or movie. Antagonist A person or a situation that opposes another character’s goals or desires. Articulation The clear and precise pronunciation of words.

Blocking The planning and working out of the movements of actors on stage. Catharsis The purification or purgation File Size: KB. Add tags for "An international vocabulary of technical theatre terms: in eight languages (American, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish)".

Be. Provided compliments of PIONEER DRAMA SERVICE, INC. () Please feel free to reproduce for use in your classroom. TECHNICAL THEATRE VOCABULARY CROSSWORD PUZZLE. Across. The lever on a lighting control console that simultaneously dims all the chan- nels from one cut to the Size: KB.

Technical Vocabulary for Drama and Theater Images 1. CROSSFADER – the lever on a lighting controlconsolethat simultaneously dims all the channels from one cut to the next.

PROMPT BOOK – the book compiled by the stage manager, containing all the pertinent information about the show. Technical Theatre Terms. List of theatrical terms used in British Theatre, the list is by no means definitive.

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Book – means script or Prompt Book. Book Flat – a hinged flat. Boom – vertical hanging bar. Production Manager – person in charge of all technical. THEATRE VOCABULARY. In here is a list of High School level "Theater Arts" vocabulary words made avaliable by Mr. Pafumi, Director of the Arts & Entertainment Curriculum program branch of Westfield High School, U.S.A.

Ad-Lib. To make up words or dialogue on the spot, to speak at liberty. I love the theatre. Whenever there is a good play on in London, I try my best to go and see it.

Of course, living near London and with professional theatres in the city I am spoilt for choice. On Saturday night, my husband and I went to the Old Vic to see Kevin Spacey in a one-man play, Clarence Darrow. It was a first-class performance given by an astounding actor.

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> Teaching Technical Theatre in Schools Information and resources about creative ways of using equipment in the classroom, and how to adapt existing spaces for Drama. Costume. Provided compliments of PIONEER DRAMA SERVICE, INC. () Please feel free to reproduce for use in your classroom.

WORD SEARCH: TECHniCAl THEATRE TERmS OR YOu migHT THink YOu knOW WHAT THESE mEAn ARBORFile Size: KB. Backstage, we hear theatre terms tossed around quite a bit. For newcomers who are wondering just what all the jargon means, we offer this glossary of theatre terms.

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For veterans, we invite your comments and corrections. Technical Theatre Vocabulary. Description. Basic vocabulary for technical theater. Total Cards. Subject. Film, Theatre & Television. Level. Undergraduate 1. Created. In addition to its normal definition relating to draperies, a term used to indicate the start or end of a performance such as "Five minutes to curtain!" (five minutes to.

The main act curtain or drape that hangs at the front of the stage, always found in a Proscenium theatre, and usually is of a royal color (red for us). Hold A command called by a stage manager meaning that the status quo will remain unchanged (pause all.

BASIC THEATRE VOCABULARY WORD SEARCH Search forward, down and diagonal to find these common theatre words. (Disregard the dash in ROLE-PLAYING.) Provided compliments of PIONEER DRAMA () Please feel free to reproduce for use in your classroom.

S D S C R I P T T M P I M I O O A A M UFile Size: KB. Patrice Pavis is one of France's most brilliant academics and a leading expert internationally in the theory of theatre.

Dictionary of the Theatre is an English translation of Pavis's acclaimed Dictionnaire du théâtre, now in its second printing in France.

This encyclopedic dictionary includes theoretical, technical, and semiotic terms and concepts.4/5(3). by the seven International Organizations that had prepared the original versions of the Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement (GUM) and the International vocabulary of basic and general terms in metrology (VIM).

The Joint Committee took on this part of the work of the ISO Technical Advisory Group 4File Size: 3MB. Search Results. > Glossary of Technical Theatre Terms > Search Results. This site uses cookies: Find out more. Okay, thanks.

Start studying Technical Theatre Terms. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Provides information on nearly technical terms in 17 theatre categories (e.g, lighting, stage management, sound, costume, administration).

An International Dictionary of Theatre Language Call Number: Olin Reference PN ITheater. Since Many Analogy Questions feature technical terms from Theater, which even students with strong general vocabulary, may not be aware of, this chapter gives such a list of words from Theater for the benefit of all the students.

Acrobat: expert performer of physical feats Act: a major division of a play.The clothing worn by characters on stage. The trigger for an action to be carried out at a specific time. The plan or convention for the construction or creation of an.

The deliberate use of light to illuminate the stage or convey.