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Theatre

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  • 1. Theatre
  • 2. Stage • The stage is a raised platform where the actors stand.
  • 3. Orquestra • The orquestra is found in front of the stage. • It is the place where the musicians and conductors perform.
  • 4. Wings • The wings are part of the stage. They are not visible to the audience.
  • 5. audience • The audience is the area where the spectators sit and view the performance.
  • 6. balcony • The balcony is a viewing platform found above the audience.
  • 7. Scenography • Scenography relates to designs for performance purposes.
  • 8. Backdrop • The backdrop is the display at the back of the stage. It makes the performance more realistic and visual for the audience.
  • 9. The curtain • The curtain is used to block the stage from view during change of scene.
  • 10. Romeo and Juliet • Romeo and Juliet is a story about two people who fell in love but faced many difficulties. • They were from rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets, and they were forbidden to see eachother. • At the end, both characters kill themselves. • It is a tragedy.
  • 11. Dalí • It is the 25th anniversary of Dalí´s death. • We can commemorate his death by using his influence in our scenography.

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