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Staging a Show

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Safety on Set

A Guide to Safe Conduct on Film and Video Productions

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Role of Theatre in Ancient Greece, The

This program looks at the theatres of Herodus Atticus, Epidauros, Corinth (where Arion is said to have taught the dithyramb), and many others to explain the design of the ancient theatre, the synthesis of art forms that was ancient Greek drama, the origins of tragedy, the audience in classical times, the comparative roles of writer/director and actors, and the use of the surrounding landscape in many plays.

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Negro Ensemble Company, The

The Negro Ensemble Company was founded in 1967 by actor/playwright Douglas Turner Ward, actor Robert Hooks, and theater manager Gerald Krone, with the stated goal of creating a Theater of Excellence concentrating primarily on themes of black life.

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Prelude and First Curtains

Part of the Series :  A Search for an American Voice in Theater

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From Apprenticeship to the Academy

Part of the Series : A Search for an American Voice in Theater

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Federal Theater, Project 891, and the Mercury Theater, The

Part of the Series :  A Search for an American Voice in Theater

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Village Radicals, New Americans, Boom, and Crash

Part of the Series :  A Search for an American Voice in Theater

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Theatrical Devices in Classical Theatre

This program covers the purpose, design, and uses of the ekkyklema for showing the victims and perpetrators of off-stage violence; the deus ex machina, a crane mechanism to suspend gods above the stage; Charonian steps, for ghosts from the underworld; and other means of entrance and exit.

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Staging Classical Comedy

Tragedy upholds traditional values and comedy attacks them-which explain much of the change from Aristophanes to Plautus, from Old Comedy to New, reflecting as it does the change from Athenian democracy to Roman totalitarianism.

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Changing Classical Audience for Theatre, The

In the 50 years separating Aeschylus from the later works of Euripides, theatre changed: plays had been performed in honor of the god Dionysus and for the enjoyment of spectators; now they were targeted at spectators who took pleasure in the spectacle itself.

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Places, Please!

This program looks at educational theater through the theater program at Hamden (CT) High School, interspersing production segments in rehearsal and performance with teacher, student, and audience interviews.

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Shakespeare Workshop: The Tortured Mind

This program offers an introduction to Shakespearean tragedy through analyses of key scenes from four plays.

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History of Theater, The

Part of the series Treading the Boards: Theater Fundamentals
Includes PPR

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From Page to Stage: A Guide to Student Productions

Part of the series Treading the Boards: Theater Fundamentals
Includes PPR

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Cutting It in Costume: Design and Wardrobe Management

Part of the series Treading the Boards: Theater Fundamentals
Includes PPR

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Great Hamlets, Program 1, The

Part of the Series :  The Great Hamlets

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Great Hamlets, Program 2, The

Part of the Series :  The Great Hamlets

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Work in Progress: The Nuts and Bolts of Writing Plays

Part of the Series :  Playwrights' Workshop: Writing for the Stage

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Significant Others: The Rest of the Theatrical Team

Part of the Series :  Playwrights' Workshop: Writing for the Stage

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Get It On! Working Your Way to Opening Night

Part of the Series : Playwrights' Workshop: Writing for the Stage

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Onstage

Part of the Series :  Stagecraft

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Towards the Limelight: Mastering Skills and Techniques

This documentary, filmed in a cinema verite style at the National Theatre Conservatory, follows eight student-actors through their first year of the master's degree program, an intensive daily regimen of voice, dance, elocution, and acting instruction. I

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Second Year: Putting the Pieces Together

Part of the Series :  Stagestruck: Crossing the Greenroom

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Stage: Set Design and Construction, The

Part of the Series :  Behind the Scenes at the Royal Shakespeare Company

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Players: Costumes and Makeup, The

Part of the Series :  Behind the Scenes at the Royal Shakespeare Company

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Design of Modern Theatre: Adolphe Appia's Innovations, The

This program explores Appia's innovations: replacing the flat painted scenery and declamatory style of the 19th century with plastic environments for three-dimensional actors and actresses, using mobile lighting, and counterpointing visuals with music

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'Tis Pity She's a Whore: The First Women on the London Stage

Women appeared on London's stages for the first time in 1660; before that, female roles were played by boys.

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Greek Drama: From Ritual to Theater

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Includes PPR

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