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Stagecraft

  1. 1. PLAY PRODUCTION Miguel Luis Narcida Ramon Kristoff Locsin Robert Martin Puerta Mark Isaiah Karl Ciocon
  2. 2. Theatre presupposes collaborativemodes of production and a collectiveform of reception. The structure of dramatic texts isdirectly influenced by this collaborativeproduction and collaborativeproduction.
  3. 3. Production involvescontributions FROM:• Playwright• Director• Actors• Production team
  4. 4. The technical aspects oftheatrical production are describedcollectively as “STAGECRAFT”. Stagecraft is considered atechnical rather than an artisticfield. This distinguishes it from themore recent, wilder discipline ofscenography.
  5. 5. Stagecraft may be implemented byany number of workers. The modernform of stagecraft is highly technicaland specialized. Regional theatres and largercommunity theatres will generally havea technical director and a complementof designers.
  6. 6. STEPS TO TAKE INPLAY PRODUCTION
  7. 7. 1. Find your playa. Hire a script writer.b. Write your own script.c. Buy a script from a script selling facility.
  8. 8. 2. Find a director- You must find a director suitable for the play. Take note of their genre specialties.
  9. 9. 3. Choose a cast- Actors and actresses may be chosen through readings/auditions.Note: If there is music and/or dance involved, you will also need to selected a choreographer and a musical director.
  10. 10. 4. Prepare the venue-Before starting with the rehearsals, one must have already prepared the venue for these practices and the actual play.
  11. 11. La Scala de Milan; Milan, ItalyTanghalang Aurelio Tolentino
  12. 12. 5. Allow the cast to rehearse- Give the actors and other artists their scripts/songs/dance sequences (Optional) and a chance to perform their roles before the actual play.
  13. 13. 6. Create the set- Find a set designer and stage manager to engage the people involved in creating the overall setting of the play.
  14. 14. 7. Find a costumer- A costumer should be assigned to make sure that everyone is dressed appropriately and that the costumes are designed according to the needs of the character.
  15. 15. 8. Hire make-up and hair personnel- These people are needed to create the “LOOK” which suits the need of each character.
  16. 16. 9. Final rehearsal- Keep watch on everything that goes on in the play. Make sure that the play captures the overall vision of the director.
  17. 17. 10. Advertise- Try to find ways to spread news of your play.- Ex. TV, radio, and other types of media.
  18. 18. THE END!!! :DDDDGOD BE THE GLORY!!! O:))))))
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