theatre and performance

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  • Drama Theatre Performance: Postmodernism and Theatre Performance

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    in the 1960s that affected all forms of art and literature of that time period. Postmodernism followed modernism and it sought to challenge the ideas and values of modernistic theatre, modernism was formed to shake up theatre, introducing new theories of science and technology to explain the world, whereas postmodern theatre raises more questions than supplying the answers for the audience. Modernism created a ‘grand-narrative’ whereby there was only one meaning which would be told to the audience

  • Operating Theatre Performance

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    Short name |Operating theatre performance | | |Detailed name |Efficiency of use of the operating theatre for elective and emergency surgery (inpatient| | |and outpatient). | |Short definition |Percent of usefully spend time (directly with patient) in operating theatre. | |Rationale |Justification

  • The Performance At The Harris Theatre

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    of with their passion. While it was impressive to watch, I left the theatre feeling the same as I entered, and art isn’t supposed to make you feel that way. The performance took place at the Harris Theatre. The whole point of Dancestry is to express dance through the ages and historically important tributes to dance. When watching this I was captivated at first. The atmosphere was set entirely in sync with the opening performance. The music built at the right moments, the lighting and effects were

  • The Importance Of Theatre Performances

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    Theatre performances often leave their audiences with a sense of wonder or questioning of the performance. Performances are intimate as there are no discussions and an audience member must sit and through visual stimulation, there is no call for imagination regarding settings in a play. When it comes to performances that are a form of protest or to spread awareness of issues that communities are facing, everything is done with the purpose of initiating change. Every theatre performance a person sees

  • Physical Theatre Performance Analysation

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    a real experience in their live performance, because they can get great script based entertainment at home, through various new media sources. Traditional theatre, which appeals on a mental, and hopefully also emotional level, has not been enough to compete with other media, and audiences have been declining. Physical theatre, by contrast appeals to the audience on a physical and emotional level, providing a much more immediate experience than traditional theatre” ~ (Artmedia Publishing in Zen Zen

  • The Performance Of The Everyman Theatre

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    network of people in the fields that interest me. The Everyman Theatre The Everyman is a theatre based in Gloucestershire and has been serving the community and beyond since its inception in 1891. A range of activities takes place at the theatre for example ballet dancing, opera, drama, dance, comedy, music events and traditional family pantomime. The Everyman are also involved in many community projects, education workshops and youth theatre productions. They also have a café and wine bar that operates

  • Musical Theatre As A Theatrical Performance

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    Musical Theatre is a theatrical performance when the story is told through dialogue, song, and dance. Back then, people didn’t Snap Chat, Face Time or watch TV for entertainment; they would go to the Theatre for a night out, first date, etc. To give a more definitive description of how musicals evolved, affected, and influenced throughout history, a time line of major musicals that defined certain stages of Musical Theatre will probably help people understand what makes it so unique. Now a quick

  • The Performance Of A Professional Theatre Company

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    Introduction The company name which our group chose was Vivid Theatre. I chose this because it reflects how we were a professional theatre company, and I wanted our performance to be vivid, and engaging. This is why our group chose this name for our company. The brief which we received was: ‘…We are such stuff as dreams are made on….’ Our piece would be performed as part of a weekend on a youth project; the content had to be suitable for community audiences. This meant that whilst devising our piece

  • The Drama And The Performance Background Of Japanese Theatre

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    In the following essay I will illustrate the story of Kabuki by discussing, the drama and the performance background of Japanese theatre. At first, Kabuki was the theatrical art that developed during the Tokugawa period between 1600 and 1868. However, Kabuki is one of the four great art forms of Japanese theatre and is more accurately considered as the ' 'Traditional stage art of Japan ' ', (Inoura and Kawatake 2006, p. 133). In the early 17th century, the origins of Kabuki were in the songs and

  • American Repertory Theatre Performance Analysis

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    The recent marriage of not-for-profit theatre companies and commercial producers has experienced mixed reviews. The example of the American Repertory Theatre and Rocco Landesman developing a musical of Huck Finn in the 1980’s was the first of many such ventures that were both commercially and critically successful and combined the nonprofit with commercialism. But is it a conflict of interest or a marriage made in heaven or maybe even a marriage of convenience. A description and brief history