1. setting tries to re-create a specific location.
    Realistic Setting
  2. Setting that tends to be more conceptual than literal
    Metaphoric Setting
  3. A 3D construction of interconnected hard covered "flats" which was then filled with real furniture and real properties taken from the ordinary real-world environment
    Box Set
  4. an old method, wings are legs painted like drops. To change the scene, one set of wings, drop, and border are flown out and another set flown in. This system is still common in opera and ballet.
    Wing and Drop
  5. Surfaces in scenery
  6. A covering of the face
  7. Curtain that comes down and raises between Acts of a play
    Act Curtain
  8. A theatrical fabric woven so finely that when lit from the wrong it appears opaque and when lit from the front it appears transparent
  9. A flat piece of scenery hung from the fly gallery, which can drop into place by a flying system
  10. The operating are fro flying scenery, where fly ropes are tired off or where ropes in a counterweight system are clamped in a fix position
    Fly system/Fly gallery
  11. The furniture and handheld objects used in play productions
  12. The layout showing the positions where stage lights are to be hung and how they are wired into the numbered electrical circuits of the theater facility
    Light Plot
  13. A numbered list of lighting, sound, or scene shift changes coordinated with precise moments marked in the stage manager's prompt book
    Cue Sheet
  14. Image Upload 1Has a sharply defined conical shape and is the instrument of choice for intense, hard edged, and closely focused lighting
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    Has a generally less defined and less shapeable beam and is most often used for general lighting, backlights, and downlights
  16. Upload 3A swivel mounted spotlight that can be pointed in any direction by an operator
    Follow Spots
  17. Sheets placed over a light to change the color of the lighting
  18. Filters placed inside lighting instruments to create patterns that can be projected onto floors and walls to give added texture
  19. A character recognizable mainly for his or her conformity to a standard dramatic stereotype. (The wily servant, the braggart soldier, the innocent virgin)
    Stock Character
  20. Quick sketches of costume designs
  21. Costume drawings, first in black and white and then in color supplemented with notes about the costumes
  22. Costumes that give the actors a feeling how how moving in their real costumes will be
    Rehearsal Costumes
  23. When the actors show how they look in costume to the director and others
    Dress Parade
  24. When the actors don costumes and makeup for the first time
    Dress Rehearsal
  25. is "group sharing" The audience participates, creates and improvises the action of the ritual.
  26. A stylized form of acting without words
  27. The principal character in a Noh play
  28. The secondary character in Noh
  29. in Habuki theatre, a long narrow runway leading from the stage to a door at the back of the auditorium that is used for highly theatrical entrances and exists right through the audience
  30. the name for the bridge-like section connecting the main stage protruding into the kensho and connecting the stage.It is not just a walkway, but is also used for example as the metaphorical pathway between the “spirit world,” represented by the offstage area, and the “temporal world,” represented by the main stage.
  31. Room in which actors prepare
    Mirror Room
  32. three-stringed musical instrument played with a plectrum called a bachi.
  33. male actors who impersonate women in Japanese kabuki theatre.
  34. a powerful and emotional pose struck by an actor, who then freezes for a moment, is a distinctive element of aragoto Kabuki
  35. nreferencing a range of beliefs and practices regarding communication with the spiritual world
  36. is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism
  37. is a musical ensemble from Indonesia, typically from the islands of Bali or Java, featuring a variety of instruments such as metallophones, xylophones, drums and gongs; bamboo flutes, bowed and plucked strings. Vocalists may also be included.
  38. a title used in traditional Japanese arts such as noh, jōruri, kabuki, and sekkyo-bushi
  39. 4 Character types in Noh Theatre
    • Shite
    • Waki
    • Kyogen
    • Hayashi
  40. s a highly stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion
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