Presentation on theme: "Journal 2 Describe what you might like to do as a career. What kind of education do you need? What led you to choose this career? Do you have more than."— Presentation transcript:
Journal 2 Describe what you might like to do as a career. What kind of education do you need? What led you to choose this career? Do you have more than one in mind? Remember, ¾ of a page, and if you did not finish yesterdays journal, please do so! PLEASE GRAB A TEXTBOOK!
Announcements Plasco pass Birthday Board Drama Club
STAGE AND FRONT OF THE HOUSE Review of Theatre Spaces!
Where performances take place
Where the audience sits
Short for orchestra pit Where the band/orchestra sits to play music for the show (out of sight from the audience)
Pit Safety When on stage, be aware of your surroundings at ALL times! Never, EVER jump into the pit or onto the mat!
Lights are anchored on the catwalk, pointed at the stages Lights are covered with gels (a thin piece of colored film) in order to soften the harsh white light Lights and positioning can be adjusted from the catwalk
Catwalk Safety Always ask for permission before going up on the catwalk When on the catwalk, do not adjust the lights or gels without permission When on the catwalk, be extremely careful!
Cabinets hold props Short for property Anything that an actor handles onstage Can include furniture When you use a prop, always return it to the location where you got it
Fly Space and Fly System Fly space The area above the stage where lights and scenery may be flown (held up on ropes) Ropes and pulleys control the fly system Do not touch the fly system without permission!
The area of a theatre where the audience gathers before and after performances and during breaks Restrooms and refreshments are located in the lobby
Guests can purchase tickets and refreshments at the ticket window
Contains the controls for lights and sound Light board Microphones, handheld and wireless Tech booth also contains spotlight When working in the tech booth, you will wear all black
AS YOU READ THROUGH, NOTE DOWN ANY TERMS NOT ALREADY COVERED IN YOUR NOTES. LOOK THEM UP IN THE GLOSSARY IF NECESSARY! Please read pages 56-61 in Theatre – Art in Action