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Costume Designers, Make-up Artists,       Technical Directors
 a person whose responsibility is  to design costumes for stage  production. responsible for the overall look of  the cl...
Freelance designer-   is hired for a specific production    by a theatre, dance or opera    company, and may or may not   ...
Residential designer-   is hired by a specific theatre, dance    or opera company for an extended    series of productions...
Academic designer-   one who holds professorship at a    school.-   primarily an instructor, but may also    act as a resi...
1.   Read and analyze the script.2.   Work closely with the director and     other designers (set designer, lighting     d...
4.   Produce drawings and color     renderings of costumes.5.   Meet with the wardrobe manager     and head cutter to disc...
7.   Develop and implement a     budget for costume-related     expenses.8.   Develop patterns for costumes if     it is n...
   An artist whose medium is the    human body   Applies make-up and prosthetics    on the actors to make their    chara...
Fashion Make-up   Used in magazine photography and runway    shows   commonly used in television and film ranging    fro...
Special Effects Makeup (FX Makeup)   exhibit metaphysical characteristics as well    as fantasy makeup   Artists use pro...
Bridal Makeup     Make-up technique exclusive for weddingsHigh Definition     involves the use of light reflectors and  ...
   Generating necessary working    drawings for construction   Budget estimation and maintaining    of accounts   Mater...
   Work with the director, choreographer,    set designer, costume designer, and    sound designer to create the lighting...
1.   Provide visibility2.   Help establish time and place3.   Help create mood and tone4.   Reinforce the style of product...
1.       Color – changed by using gels (colored pieces         plastic)          Heat resistant – the only color light th...
3.   Intensity/Brightness – controlling the     amount of current to instrument –     dimmers control that amount4.   Form...
a.    Spotlights     a.   Ellipsodal reflectors – long distances, sharp and          clearb.    Fresnels – lens had less a...
   Expected to oversee every element    of audio ised in the production, such    as sound effects, dialos and music   Us...
-he or she designs these physical surroundings in which theaction will take place.
MAIN DUTIES   read the script many times, both to get a feel    for the flavor and spirit of the script   list its speci...
   The set designer will meet with the    director and the other members of    the design team to discuss the    details ...
-suggest the style and tone of the  whole production-create mood and atmosphere-give clues as to the specific time and  pl...
   The overall look of the set also    gives the audience information    about the directors concept of the    production...
   All the things appearing on the stage    other than the scenery   Set props like furniture, draperies    and decorati...
   Hand props are anything handled or    carried by an actor. They include staffs,    food, weapons, lanterns and candles...
   Set props include most obviously    furniture. These are objects that add to    the look of the setting, with which th...
    Mechanical special effects are    part of the prop department. That    basically means any special effect    that is ...
    Atmospherics includes fogs,    smokes, snow, etc.   Greens are any plant, live or    artificial.
   Dress the scene   Contribute to look and feel of scene   Help fill space appropriately   Interpret the play
 Contribute   to the style and mood of the play Add   info about characters Aid   the actor Help     actor in characte...
   the selling of tickets   the ushering of patrons in front of    house areas   the maintenance and management of    t...
   -usually work for the theatre, under the supervision of    the house manager, and not for the theatrical    troupe whi...
   In any case, house management    works closely with    the production management    team for the presentation of the  ...
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  1. 1. Costume Designers, Make-up Artists, Technical Directors
  2. 2.  a person whose responsibility is to design costumes for stage production. responsible for the overall look of the clothes and costumes enhances a characters personality
  3. 3. Freelance designer- is hired for a specific production by a theatre, dance or opera company, and may or may not actually be local to the theatre that he or she is designing for.
  4. 4. Residential designer- is hired by a specific theatre, dance or opera company for an extended series of productions.- is consistently "on location" at the theater, and is readily at hand to work with the costume studio and his or her other collaborators
  5. 5. Academic designer- one who holds professorship at a school.- primarily an instructor, but may also act as a residential designer to varying degrees.- often free to freelance, as their schedule allows.
  6. 6. 1. Read and analyze the script.2. Work closely with the director and other designers (set designer, lighting designer, make-up artist) on the production team to develop design concepts.3. Do research to flesh out design concepts. (for example, geographical setting, time period, characters and their relationships and actions)
  7. 7. 4. Produce drawings and color renderings of costumes.5. Meet with the wardrobe manager and head cutter to discuss each design.6. Purchase fabrics, new or used clothing and accessories.
  8. 8. 7. Develop and implement a budget for costume-related expenses.8. Develop patterns for costumes if it is necessary.9. Attend fittings and rehearsals. (for theatre, dance or opera productions).
  9. 9.  An artist whose medium is the human body Applies make-up and prosthetics on the actors to make their character more convincing
  10. 10. Fashion Make-up  Used in magazine photography and runway shows  commonly used in television and film ranging from the natural prime look to more sophisticated applications such as color balanceTheatrical Make-up  used as a method in conjunction with stage lighting to highlight the actors faces in order make expressions visible to the audience
  11. 11. Special Effects Makeup (FX Makeup)  exhibit metaphysical characteristics as well as fantasy makeup  Artists use prosthetics and plaster casting for non-human appearancesAirbrushing  use of an airbrush which is a small air- operated device that sprays various media including alcohol and water-based makeup by a process of nebulization
  12. 12. Bridal Makeup  Make-up technique exclusive for weddingsHigh Definition  involves the use of light reflectors and ingredients such as minerals to give the skin a flawless finish
  13. 13.  Generating necessary working drawings for construction Budget estimation and maintaining of accounts Materials research and purchasing Scheduling and supervising build crews
  14. 14.  Work with the director, choreographer, set designer, costume designer, and sound designer to create the lighting, atmosphere, and time of day for the production in response to the text, while keeping in mind issues of visibility, safety, and cost Lighting was the key to imitate natural effects to enhance, change shape, mood, and tone
  15. 15. 1. Provide visibility2. Help establish time and place3. Help create mood and tone4. Reinforce the style of production5. Provide focus on stage and create visual compositions6. Establish rhythm of visual movemnet
  16. 16. 1. Color – changed by using gels (colored pieces plastic)  Heat resistant – the only color light that will get through is the color of gel  Mixing of Colors – warm lights (amber, straw, gold) with cool colors (blue, blue-green, lavender) can produce depth and naturalness2. Direction/Distribution – can be up to 150 lights in production
  17. 17. 3. Intensity/Brightness – controlling the amount of current to instrument – dimmers control that amount4. Form – the shape of light5. Movement – alterations in the factors will give impression of movement – this would also include the movement of a “follow-spot” (powerful spotlight as that swivel and shine on different places)
  18. 18. a. Spotlights a. Ellipsodal reflectors – long distances, sharp and clearb. Fresnels – lens had less and more even mass, so it would heat evenly, avoiding the problem of regular convex lenses heating unevenly; thus cracking – “fill” light – diffused, to wash or blendc. Striplights, Footlights – footlights used very little these daysd. Flood lights – no lens, no color – for a flood of
  19. 19.  Expected to oversee every element of audio ised in the production, such as sound effects, dialos and music Usually supervises the script as well, and makes sure the speech is clean and loud enough for the audience
  20. 20. -he or she designs these physical surroundings in which theaction will take place.
  21. 21. MAIN DUTIES read the script many times, both to get a feel for the flavor and spirit of the script list its specific requirements for scenery, furnishings and props. The time of day, location, season, historical period and any set changes called for in the script are noted. The set designers focus here is on figuring out everything that may be needed based on the dialogue in the script.
  22. 22.  The set designer will meet with the director and the other members of the design team to discuss the details of the set and the directors interpretation of the play. The set, costume and lighting designers also meet and work together to ensure the creation of a unified look and feel for the production.
  23. 23. -suggest the style and tone of the whole production-create mood and atmosphere-give clues as to the specific time and place of the action-offer creative possibilities for the movement and grouping of the actors
  24. 24.  The overall look of the set also gives the audience information about the directors concept of the production. All the scenery, furniture and props the audience sees at a production of a play make up the set design.
  25. 25.  All the things appearing on the stage other than the scenery Set props like furniture, draperies and decorations are the types of things that complete the set and they need to be part of the set design.
  26. 26.  Hand props are anything handled or carried by an actor. They include staffs, food, weapons, lanterns and candles, canes, staffs, parasols, and practically anything else an actor could or might pick up. Personal props are props worn or carried by a particular actor and issued to him rather than stored on the prop table.
  27. 27.  Set props include most obviously furniture. These are objects that add to the look of the setting, with which the actor interacts. Set dressing consists of similar items, but which the actor doesnt usually handle. Some set dressings are "practicals", props like lamps or chandeliers that perform on stage as they do in real life.--Trim props are a type of set dressing that hang on the walls, such as pictures, window dressing and
  28. 28.  Mechanical special effects are part of the prop department. That basically means any special effect that is not plugged in to operate. If a pull pin or a string operates a trick, it is a prop, but if an electric solenoid trips it, it is under electrics
  29. 29.  Atmospherics includes fogs, smokes, snow, etc. Greens are any plant, live or artificial.
  30. 30.  Dress the scene Contribute to look and feel of scene Help fill space appropriately Interpret the play
  31. 31.  Contribute to the style and mood of the play Add info about characters Aid the actor Help actor in character, movement and business
  32. 32.  the selling of tickets the ushering of patrons in front of house areas the maintenance and management of the theatre building itself.
  33. 33.  -usually work for the theatre, under the supervision of the house manager, and not for the theatrical troupe which is currently occupying it. -Often in regional or smaller theatres the responsibility falls under the aegis of the production manager.
  34. 34.  In any case, house management works closely with the production management team for the presentation of the theatrical production.

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