THATRE

THATRE

    THATRE




     DEFINITION

     THATRE is a way of expressing one self like music it has 3 meanings the word theater the first its is a place or a scene on which the actors play


    the second sense understands that it is a work of a playwright


    and the third is that the open-air construction theater, generally leaning against a hill dug in a semicircle, reserved for shows.


    its components


    staging is admiring who this paces on the scene


    the decor which signifies the place where the action takes place


    suit


    lighting


    the sound


    make up


    speech act


    architecture ie Theaters are designed for better sound quality / must be correct precise / important to sound and viewing


    there are a lot of components


    the steps to build a theatrical piece


    you have to determine the place and the characters


    determine the roles of the actors in this play


    deriving a storm of ideas with restriction


    write the canvas


    and finally compose the narration


    the characteristics of a theater text The theatrical text consists essentially of dialogues. We speak of "aftershock" for each speech made by the characters. In the theatrical text, before each reply the author writes the name of the character who speaks.


    type of plays


    there are 3 main types comedy is a play that makes you laugh and its end is happy


    second type tragedy is a piece that is sad and its end is unhappy and sad


    and finally the third type drama a dramatic play which is characterized by a theme, a dialogue where the characters (and the actors who embody them) exchange lines. The tone, the gestures, the silences often take on an importance as essential as the words.



    lexicon relating to the theater 



    monologue is a person who speak to himself



    playwright and author and writer of the play



    Didascalie: staging indication. They are not read or said during the performance (unless otherwise indicated)



    Pantomime: narrative show, sometimes accompanied by music, based on the game of mime

    Tirade: long uninterrupted speech by a persona


    replica is a sentence spoken by the actor


    famous actors


    Ancient theater


    Aristophanes

    Aeschylus

    Euripides

    Menander

    Plaute

    Classical theater


    Pierre Corneille

    Molière

    Baroque theater


    Calderon

    John Ford

    Christopher marlowe

    Jean de Rotrou

    William

    Romantic theater


    Goethe

    Victor Hugo

    Alfred de Musset

    Edmond Rostand


    Actors


    The theater actor generally plays only one role at a time, clearly defined and coherent. The actor knows that he is not really the character, even if he has to identify with him. Theater roles are therefore not constitutive. However, in order to make it strong and coherent, an actor can invest in his role with his personality and his experience.




    famous actors




    Zeami (1363-1443)

    William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

    Okuni (1572? -1613)

    Molière (1622-1673)

    Michel Aumont (1936-2019)

    Hervé Sand (1937-1976)

    Francis Huster (1947 -...)

    Gérard Depardieu (1948 -...)

    Jacques Weber (1949 -...)



    the purpose of theater


    MOLIERE: dit "Rendre agréablement sur le théâtre les défauts de tout le monde." "C'est une étrange entreprise de faire rire les honnêtes gens." Le théâtre, un divertissement mais aussi un moyen d'éducation morale.


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