A member of the audience may see a play from five different critical and dramaturgical perspectives. What are five perspectives?
social, personal, artistic, theatrical, and entertainment value
All plays and play productions can be usefully analyzed and evaluated on the way they use the theatrical format to the best advantage and make us rethink the nature of theatrical production.
Avant-garde means, literally, "the major assault" or "shock troops."
Dramatic criticism usually appears in all the following forms EXCEPT
annotated versions of a playscript used in production.
Dramaturgy is essentially a subset of directorial responsibilities
Eschewing realism, romanticism, and rationality to create relentlessly unenlightening plays, which playwright said, "Art has nothing to do with clarity, does not dabble in the clear, and does not make clear?"
Flashbacks that are not clearly framed as such, shuttling instead between time zones without narrative warning, are examples of
Founded by Luis Valdez in 1965, which contemporary Chicano theatre was created to dramatize the farm workers' situation in California through didactic actos?
Generally the playwright is more intelligent and better informed than the members of the audience.
How did Stanislavsky contribute to realist theatre?
He brought realist acting to realist plots
If you were to join a discussion about macaronic drama, you would be chatting about plays that
include speeches in different languages.
In describing dramatic space as "psycho-plastic," which "scenographer"...