1. What is "Characterization" and "Visualization"?
2. Name the three purposes of Improvisation:
3. What is Method Acting?
4. Name the designers' functions in live shows:
5. What is a definition of a comic hero?
6. Who is Aristotle and what is the name of his book on theatre?
7. What are the three textural priciples?
8. What do we call modernism?
9. How do you define Hamlet's inner conflict?
10. Describe the conflict in your scene in Mikado (or in the play):
Short EassayHow do you understand this statement by Meyerhold: "But in essence the talent always experiences a role emotionally, while mediocrity only represent."
Hamlet: play test
Tamara Shaw THR 470 No-Grade Test Script: 1. What is dramatic composition? Dramatic composition as it relates to the story can include: Exposition, rising action, the climax and resolution of a story.(All the elements of the plot.) 2. What is the climax of the story? Give example. The climax of a story is the point at which the dramatic action reaches its highest point. Most often it is the moment when the protagonist and antagonist meet for the final time and only one can be victorious. For example, in the movie speed when K. Reeves and D. Hopper meet on the subway train we know that only one man can leave/survive the encounter. 3. What are the functions of the exposition? Exposition should introduce us to all the necessary elements we as the audience need to know concerning the story we are about to witness. This may include; major characters, plot, time, place etc. Film: 1. What is the purpose of any long shot? To show the audience the area in which the action is taking place. So that the audience is familiar with the surroundings and can therefore be more acquainted with the characters and elements of plot. 2. What do producers do? The individual or company that controls the financing of a film and often the way it is made. The producer can be concerned solely with business matters or with putting together a package deal , or they can function as an expeditor, smoothing over problems during production. 3. What is the difference between films, movies, cinema and cinematography? Quite frankly, I am not sure. Editing: 1. What is "continuity"? Continuity is the kind of logic implied between edited shots and their principle coherence. It emphasizes smooth transitions between shots, in which time and space are unobtrusively condensed. 2. What is "montage"? Transitional sequences of rapidly edited images, used to suggest the lapse of time or the passing of events. Often employs dissolves and multiple exposures. 3. What is "cut"? A cut is the ending of one continuous shot into perhaps several different shots. Shots, that are linked however by a shared theme, time, place or location.