3 discussion questions- theather arts

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  • This discussion question is based on pp. 363-400 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball.
    Topics you should know before answering this question:

    1. The job of a scene designer (pp. 363-373)
    2. Assembly, shifting scenery, set decorations (pp. 374-380)
    3. Technical rehearsals (pp. 380-381)
    4. Costume design and makeup (pp. 385-400)
    What are the skills and background required of a scene designer?  What are the skills and background required of a costume designer?  How are they similar?  What differences are there?

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  • This discussion question is based on pp. 405-423 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball.
    Topics you should know before answering this question:

    1. Light and lighting design (pp. 405-418)
    2. Sound and sound design (pp. 419-423)

    Lighting designers produce “light scores” and “light plots” ; sound designers create “sound scores” and “sound plots”.  What is the difference between a light score and a light plot?  What is the difference between a sound score and a sound plot?  During the actual run of the play, who handles the light plots and the sound plots during performances?

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  • This discussion question is based on pp. 363-400 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball.

    Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to at least two of your fellow classmates’ posts.
    Go to Course Resources, Video Clips of Plays and find the video clips of Oedipus The King.  This version of the Sophocles play is the 1986 BBC production starring Michael Pennington and Claire Bloom.  The costuming for this production does not reflect the dress of ancient Greece but, instead, has been described as a “mixed-medley costumes, from the Victorian outfits worn by the chorus of Theban senators to Oedipus` white-silk suit with ambassadorial sash.”
    Watch the first two clips of Oedipus the King. What effect do the costume choices have on you?  Can you think of a reason for the variation in the costumes and the time periods they represent?  Would you have preferred traditional Greek costume?  Why or why not?

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