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How sound moves in a room depends on its size and shape and the amount and position of sound-absorbing and reflecting material.
The area within the performance space where the actor moves in full view of the audience.
Section of the stage floor which projects
Section of the stage floor which projects towards or into the auditorium.
The part of the stage and theater which is out of the sight of the audience.
Shut down of stage lighting
Arranging moves to be made by the actors.
A walkway, giving access to technical and service areas above the stage.
Director or others choosing actors to perform the character.
Combining two or more lighting gels.
The cast,crew, and other staff associated with a show.
The command given to technical departments to carry out a particular order.
1) The part of the stage nearest to the audience. 2) A movement towards the audience.
Helps actors with taking care of costumes and costume changes during the performance
A full rehearsal, with everything brought together.
Lights that are sometimes recessed into the front edge of the stage.
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A shouted warning! (Often 'Heads')
1) The audience 2) The auditorium
The theater lighting which is usually faded right before a show.
A motion near the closest side of the stage from the middle.
The main copy of a script or score.
The center of control in a show.
Furnishings, set dressings, and any other item large or small which can't be as any scenery, electrical, or wardrobe.
An opening in a wall that stands between a stage and an auditorium in some theaters.
The sound system of an auditorium. 'P.A'
Backstage area of an auditorium.
The actors point of view when looking on stage.
In charge of making sure things get done
Testing the sound system before a show and checking each speaker.
Two curtains in the middle of the stage running horizontally.
Most often the first time the play is rehearsed in the auditorium.
A light that shines down on the stage

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