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  • 1. Technical Theatre Continuing our discussion on the elements of SETS, LIGHTING, COSTUMING, AND MAKEUP
  • 2. SET DESIGN
    • Set and lighting design serves the purposes of establishing:
      • Place
      • Time
      • Mood
    • The set must accommodate all of the requirements of the script.
    • The set designer must train as artist, architect, director, actor, carpenter, ironworker, electrician.
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  • 13. Costume Design
    • Costumes also establish place, time and mood, but costumes can also help describe character.
    • Colors are a big concern for the costume designer.
      • They must not work against the set and lighting design
      • They help to clarify character
    • The costumer must train as actor, director, set/lighting designer, tailor, wig-maker, accessory maker, psychology.
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  • 19. Makeup Designer
    • The makeup designer again helps to establish setting, as well as character:
      • Age
      • Wellness
      • Species
      • Special effects
    • The makeup designer also must train as actor, artist, director, set and lighting designer, psychology, and a little anatomy.
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