Diorama- A way of making a painted scene seem three-dimensional.
Panorama- any wide-angle view or representation of a physical space.
Neoclassicism- refers to the art produced later but inspired by antiquity.
Classisism- a style embodied in the literature, art, or architecture of ancient Greece and Rome.
Proscenium- it’s the arch opening that separates the stage from its auditorium.
New American stagecraft-
Puppetry- using puppets for a theater or performance.
Raked stage- theatre stage floor angled from the edge of the stage near the audience, up towards the back of the stage.
Federal theater project- a project to fund theatre and other live artistic performances in the
United States during the great depression.
The Box Set- set that fully encloses the acting space on 3 sides like the walls of a room, with
one side removed.
Richard Wagner- was a German composer, theatre director, polemicist, and conductor who
is primarily known for his operas.
Ludwig Tieck- was a German poet, editor, novelist, and critic who was one of the founding fathers of the Romantic movement of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Independent theatre movement- associated with the emergence of contemporary drama.
Symbolism- a 19th-century movement rejecting Realism
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