Echeverria john poject

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Echeverria john poject

  1. 1. Theater  Inventory  
  2. 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.  On  stage  we  see  a   clothes  line,  we  also  see   some  canvas  on  the  back   wall  and  a  bench.    
  3. 3. Audience  Chairs   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.    
  4. 4. 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.  
  5. 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.    
  6. 6. Soundboard     Place   about   the   stage   out   of   view   from   the   audience.   This   is   the   soundboard   with   all   the   turn   knobs   and   level  adjusters.  there  is   also   a   light   with   a   violet   filter   so   the   operator   can   see   what   they   are   doing   when   it’s  dark.    
  7. 7. Costume  Closet     This  is  the  area  where  all  the  clothes  and  costumes  that  the  actors  will   wear  during  different  performances  are  kept.   You  can  see  suits,  Jackets,  dress,  and   pants  for  men.     Women’s  clothing  everything  from  skirts,   dresses,  blouses  and  Dress  jackets.    
  8. 8. Fitting  Room     In  this  room  actors  get   their  measurements   done.  If  there  needs  to   be  an  alterations  done   this  is  the  place  it   happens.  After  the  show   the  costumes  and   clothing  are  washed  and   dried.  In  this  photo  we   see  sowing  machines,  a   washer  and  drier,   Costumes  on  racks   getting  last  minute   alterations.      
  9. 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.  

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