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John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2
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John Echeverria, Theatre inventor 2

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  • 1. THEATRE INVENTORY By John Echeverria Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 2. This is the Stage. In this area actors recite their dialog for the Play. You can see on this stage there are some Props. Props are what actors use to make they play come alive. This photo is from the play call The Museum. On stage we see a clothes line, We also see some canvas on the back wall and a bench. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 3. You can’t put on a Play without an audience. In these red folding chairs people sit to watch the play. This is one of the three sides of seating. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 4. Backstage In the photo we see Carpets and backdrops which can be used for other shows. There is also a refrigerator for drinks. The main processor for stage lighting and sound. The backstage is also an area for actors to wait before they come on stage. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 5. The Lighten Board Placed above the stage and out of view from the audience. Here we see a computer and light boards with main nobs. This light board controls which lights turn on and off. How bright or dim the lights will be during the show. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 6. Soundboard Place above the stage out of view from the audience. This is the soundboard with all the turn nobs and level adjusters. there is also a light with a violet filter so the operator can see what they are doing in the dark. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 7. Costume Closet This is the area where the keep all the clothes that the actors will wear during different performances. You can see suits, Jackets dress pants for men on the right. On the left you Can see women’s clothing everything from skirts, dresses, blouses and Dress jackets. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 8. Fitting Room In this room actors get there measurements taken. They also get there costume inspected. There needs to be an alteration done it happens in this room. After the show is over costumes get washed and dried. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 9. Dressing Room Here is the dressing room. Both male and female actors change clothes and put on makeup in this room. Everyone gets a chair, light and mirror. There is a Tv so you can watch the performance and know when it’s time to head to backstage. Saturday, November 30, 13
  • 10. The Cast I would say the most important part of any theatre is the cast. This is the cast of play titled the Museum. It’s an ethnically diverse bunch of people from young to old. Saturday, November 30, 13

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