Another Opening, Another Show : A Lively Introduction to the Theatre
Edition: 1st 2001
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Preface PART I. WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT THEATRE? 1. Flying Fish and Dying Villains 2. What Is Theatre? 3. The Origins and Value of Theatre PART II. PLANNING A TRIP TO THE THEATRE 4. Finding Theatre and Getting Tickets 5. Take Your Seat, Please 6. Show Biz Is Big Biz 7. More Than Entertainment PART III. LET’S LOOK AT THEATRE 8. Musical Theatre 9. A Guided Tour—Backstage, Onstage and through the Ages 10. Theatrical styles 11. The Elements and Principles of Theatrical Design 12. A Look at Scenery, Costume, Lighting, and Sound Design PART IV. CURTAIN’S UP 13. Actors and Characters 14. The Director’s Impact 15. The Playwright’s Story PART V. AFTER THE CURTAIN FALLS 16. Should Your Friends Go? 17. Aristotle’s Guide to Pleasure Epilogue: The Theatrical Experience Appendix: To Learn More: Plays, Books, and Videotapes Glossary Index