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Topic: Substitution (theatre)

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  Substitution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Substitution is the replacement of one thing with another.
Substitution mutation is synonymous with point mutation in genetics
Substitution (law), a legal right to change a judge that may be biased.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Substitution   (132 words)

 Substitution (theatre) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In theatre, substitution refers to the method of understanding elements in the life of one's character by comparing them to elements in one's own life.
For example, if an actor is portraying a character who is being flmailed, he or she could think back to some embarrassing or private fact about his or her own life, and mentally superimpose that onto the character's secret.
Substitution can be emotionally challenging, but supporters argue it produces a better and more sincere performance than trying to understand a character's motivations without reference to one's own life.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Substitution_(theatre)   (134 words)

 Theatre and Drama   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ph.D. students in Theatre for Youth will take the theatre for youth courses offered by the department in the course of their studies (Click here to see Courses Page) and gear their dissertation to an aspect of theatre and drama as it applies specifically to young people, grades K-12.
This defense is the occasion for the Theatre Research faculty to judge the depth and breadth of the students' knowledge (based on the discussion of the papers, not simply the papers themselves) and their capacity for continuing on to the next stage of the process: writing the dissertation proposal.
For example, your area of specialization may be circus, or melodrama, or Noh theatre; it may be feminist analysis, or ethnography, or dramaturgy, or theatre in education; it may be British Restoration theatre, or Asian-American theatre in the 1990s, or Ancient Greek theatre, or Russian ballet in the 19th century.
www.theatre.wisc.edu /graduate.html   (7586 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The purpose of this course is to develop a close, organic connection between the actor and his or her technique.
An historical exploration of the theatre arts in relation to developing world civilizations, this course includes a study of theatre architecture, styles of acting, the development of stage costume and the range of dramatic literature from the Greeks through the closing of the theatre in Great Britain in 1642.
Special emphasis is placed on discovering how the institution of the theatre serves as an expression of social, economic, philosophical, religious and cultural movements of a specific historical period.
www.bergen.org /VisualArts/t_course.html   (1243 words)

 UNCG Theatre
His pioneering efforts were recognized by the University in 1967 when the new theatre building was named in his honor.Taylor was assisted, over the years, by talented and dedicated colleagues who, in their own, special ways, contributed to the growth and development of the program.
Ten individuals who had made important contributions to the development of Theatre at UNCG were inducted into the Hall of Fame and plaques honoring them were hung in the Taylor Theatre lobby.Aspirations for autonomy and competition for resources motivated the Broadcasting/Cinema and Theatre faculty to request that the Department be reorganized as two separate units.
Theatre practice activities should be distributed between performance, technical, and running crew assignments.
www.uncg.edu /the/handbookUGrad.html   (5621 words)

 TheatrGROUP Method Acting Procedures-Substitution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Using a substitution to create another person has also been called by some who use this work a "personalization".The reason for this, is because it involves substituting a person, rather than another physical object.
But if you substitute something from your own life that has personal value for you, the audience will see that the stage prop really means something to you.
You can use substitutions for any number of situations, choosing any objects necessary to help you create the life you are living on the stage.
www.theatrgroup.com /methodF   (499 words)

 College of Liberal Arts News Theatre
In other changes, to introduce theatre to students in all disciplines, AU Theatre is providing free season tickets for this year's productions to all students on a first-come, first-serve basis.
AU Theatre will close out its 2004-05 season with a play that will be familiar to fans of both Shakespeare and "Star Trek." The text remains true to the 16th century original in The Comedy of Errors at Telfair Peet Theatre on April 20-23 and 26-30.
Theatre Department Head Worth Gardner, who directed the rock opera "Freakspiel," was also the director for "Working," a musical based on the book of the same title by Studs Turkel.
www.cla.auburn.edu /news/theatre.htm   (4474 words)

 Shakespeare: Shakespearean Blank Verse: management of metre, pause, trisyllabic substitution and the redundant syllable
It is the mastery—on good principles of English prosody from the thirteenth century onwards, but in the teeth of critical dicta in his own day and for centuries to follow—of trisyllabic substitution.
By dint of this, the cadence of the line is varied, and its capacity is enlarged, in the former case to an almost infinite, in the latter to a very great, extent.
And something worse than mere abuse, destruction of the measure itself, and the substitution of an invertebrate mass of lines that are neither prose nor verse, remained behind.
www.theatrehistory.com /british/shakespeare023.html   (533 words)

 Introduction to Theatre -- The Actor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Francois Delsarte (1811-1871) -- devised system of expression that reduced emotions to a series of fixed poses and attitudes, achieved through body and voice -- became methodistic and unworkable, but Wilson notes that the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, founded in 1894 (which your instructor graduated from) was founded on Delsarte principles.
The American Mime Theatre, which held some classes at The American Academy, approaches acting in a similar, though certainly not exact, manner.
Begun by (attributed to) The Duke of Saxe Meiningen--who ran a theatre troupe in the late 19th century in Germany -- 1870-1890 -- and toured Europe.
novaonline.nv.cc.va.us /eli/spd130et/s-f99/acting.htm   (1505 words)

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The Theatre Department is only the latest organizational configuration of programs, courses, and degrees that have had a very important place in the history and development of the University for many years.
Theatre at the North Carolina College for Women took a giant step forward in 1921 when William Raymond Taylor (1895-1976) was hired to develop a drama program.
Qualifications: A declared Theatre major; maintenance of at least a 3.3 overall GPA, a grade of B or better in all work used to satisfy the Honors requirements for Theatre.
www.uncg.edu /the/documents/Undergraduate0506.doc   (5989 words)

 THEATRE AND COMMUNICATION ARTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Department of Theatre and Communication Arts serves students who desire a thorough background in the theatre arts, communication arts (specifically electronic media) or a combination of both.
The graduate of this department will be qualified for positions in professional theatre, television and radio as performers, broadcasters and technicians; many graduates may find their fulfillment in advertising, public relations, teaching, broadcast journalism, playwriting, new media, industrial or commercial production and in public or private recreational programs.
Due to the students’ co-curricular participation in the Schuster Theatre and WERG-FM (the University broadcast radio station) graduates leave the department with a legitimate resume indicating practical expertise in communications and theatre.
www.gannon.edu /catalog/2003_2004/html/theatre_and_comm_arts.html   (1554 words)

 Theatre Arts -- BU 2005/2006 Undergraduate Bulletin
The minor concentration in theatre arts is designed for College of Arts and Sciences students who want a general introduction to theatrical performance, production, design, management, and dramatic literature.
The program consists of a 26-credit sequence of theatre arts courses designed to provide students with a balanced and diverse theatre experience.
Substitution credit may be used to fulfill the program’s residency requirement but requires approval from department.
www.bu.edu /bulletins/UND/item13d52.html   (149 words)

 W. S. Gilbert's Letter to the London Times of 2 May 1888
The abolition of the detested footlights, and the substitution of a row of lights round the inside of the proscenium, is the natural outcome of the substitution of electricity for gas as a lighting medium.
At a leading London theatre the play and its performance must necessarily be the first consideration, and the scenic effects should in all cases be accessory to these essentials.
Herkomer's production the scenic effects seem to be the primary consideration--the story and its exposition being of a very rudimentary character, and treated merely as the peg upon to which to hang an excuse for some very beautiful and highly effective pictorial illustrations.
math.boisestate.edu /GaS/other_gilbert/letters/16.html   (218 words)

 Winthrop University Visual and Performing Arts
The emphasis of the degree is on leadership in not-for-profit arts organizations with special focus on the visual arts, dance, music, theatre, museum, cultural institution and performing arts administration.
In addition to meeting Winthrop University general admission requirements for all graduate students, the applicant for admission to this program must show high promise of success in graduate study in arts administration as demonstrated by an essay, interview and documentation of work experience in the field.
This substitution is applicable to less than 10% of any entering class.
www.winthrop.edu /vpa/MAAA_default.htm   (369 words)

 Theatre Website
The performance faculty will respond to your recital as theatre professionals and hold you to professional standards.
If you have any doubts about whether or not you should do a particular piece and what risks it may represent, please contact your recital advisor.
Seniors cast in a Department of Theatre and Dance production in a major role, as defined by the faculty stage director, may substitute that role for their recital.
www.fredonia.edu /department/theatre/degreeinfo.asp?pick=recital   (862 words)

 The Curtis Institute of Music
The Curtis Opera Theatre, headed by Mikael Eliasen, is composed of approximately 25 singers, ages 18 to 28.
Each season, the Curtis Opera Theatre presents several fully staged performances at Curtis and elsewhere, such as the Prince Music Theater and Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
The Baroque opera L’Ormindo unravels this romantic knot through a feigned séance by a princess in disguise, a quartet of scheming confidants, and the substitution of a sleeping potion for poison.
www.curtis.edu /html/50300.shtml   (600 words)

 Marketing Communication Course Transfer Evaluations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Concentration coordinators are responsible for Theatre course transfer decisions.
The Chair is the arbiter in the case of a dispute.
A copy of this form will be given to the student, to the Office of Transfer Evaluation, and to the Office of Academic Advising.
www.colum.edu /info/articulation/contactdept/theatrecontact.htm   (179 words)

 2001 - 2003 Undergraduate Catalog -- Marshall University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Survey of man's activities in the theatre from primitive times to 1660.
Survey of man's activities in the theatre from 1660 to present.
Substitution of an Honors seminar for a department major requirement or a college general education requirement should be requested before the course begins, or no later than the completion of the course.
www.marshall.edu /www/ugradcat/01-03/HTML/19/27.shtml   (1029 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
THEATRE Daily at 2.10 and 8.10 Strange Adventures of Miss Brown STUDENTS PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS TALK ON PACKING (Continued from page 1) drag the viscera of slaughtered ani- mals over the floors to the recep- tacles, and in many small sausage factories conditiins prevailed which.made well-nigh impossible the thor- ough cleansing of the plant.
Through the substitution of reinforced coin- crete for wooden floors, and of glas: or tile for shelves; etc., a source ol serious annoyance was gotten out of the way.
The problem of coolers, said the speaker, is not yet entirely solved.
www-tech.mit.edu /archives/VOL_033/TECH_V033_S0419_P002.txt   (1083 words)

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If you make a significant number of substitutions against these requirements, you\rquote ll still need to be sure that you complete the WR requirement.
\ulnone\strike0\par\pard\s9\s4\li360\qj\sa108\sl256\slmult0\b\f3 e\emdash Performance/Production Projects \b0\ulnone\strike0\par\pard\s8\s4\li720\qj\sa108\sl256\slmult0\f4 All theatre majors are required to work on six productions as part of their studies; this requirement is enforced using the TA 350 course number and requirement.
This excludes the general education requirements, foreign language requirement, all Theatre Arts courses (even ones that are taken above and beyond the minimum number of hours required in the department), and courses specifically required in the program (for example, the 3-hour requirement in Humanities 591-596 cannot be taken P/F).
www.louisville.edu /a-s/ta/docs/BSDegreeInfo.doc   (3042 words)

 Amazon.com: The Medieval Theatre: Books: Glynne Wickham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The second gave rise to the secular theatres of social recreation based on the games and dances of village communities ad the more sophisticated sex and war games of the nobility.
The section on commerce shows how the development of the drama was intimately related to questions of funding and management which led, during the sixteenth century, to the substitution of a professional for an amateur theatre, and to a growing emphasis on stage spectacle.
It is an excellent introduction to medieval theatre for undergraduates and to the growing number of theatregoers who enjoy contemporary revivals of medieval plays.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0521312485?v=glance   (976 words)

 Drama Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The UWSP Department of Theatre and Dance offers talented students with interests in performing, technical theatre, playwriting, design, dramaturgy and dramatic literature an opportunity to train in a university setting with distinguished faculty who have worked professionally as directors, playwrights, actors, and designers.
Twenty-six of those credits are in general Theatre courses, including Introduction to Theatre Technology, Introduction to Acting or Fundamentals of Acting I, Introduction to Theatrical Design or Fundamentals of Acting II, Script Analysis, Theatre History, Directing, and Dance.
The 78-credit Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree with a specialization in Acting, Design Technology, or Musical Theatre focuses student learning and knowledge in one of these three areas of study and is designed for those with specific professional theatre aspirations.
www.uwsp.edu /admissions/webpages/guides/drama.htm   (600 words)

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Payments may be transferred to another session, on behalf of the camper, depending upon availability, and only with the prior approval of the Quick Center at least one full week before the registered session.
In the event of a cancellation, refund of the remaining tuition, minus the $25 cancellation fee, will be subject to the securing of a replacement camper by the Quick Center.
Absolutely NO cancellations, transfers, substitutions or refunds are possible within one week of the session or once the session has begun.
www.fairfield.edu /documents/quick/MCTCancPolicy06.doc   (216 words)

 Hollywood Theatre | Contest Rules   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ELIGIBILITY: Only legal U.S. residents at least 18 years of age who reside and who are physically located in Oregon or Washington are eligible to enter the Audrey Hepburn look-alike contest ("Contest") on September 13, 2002.
In order to be eligible, all contestants must purchase a ticket for the event and must register at the Hollywood Theatre Box Office, 4122 NE Sandy Boulevard, Portland, OR 97212 on or before September 13, 2002.
There will be no substitution, transfer or cash equivalent for any prizes.
www.hollywoodtheatre.org /contests/rules.shtml   (736 words)

 SSC Seattle A-J   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Fight Direction/Choreography: ACT Theatre, Tacoma Actors Guild, Wooden O, Broken Nose Productions ("Piledriver!"), A Theatre Under the Influence, Lakewood Players, University of Puget Sound, Baba Yaga, Theater Schmeater, Annex Theatre, Open Circle Theatre, The Bush School, Capital Hill Arts Center, Cornish College and University of Washington PATP projects.
Deborah is also a member of Actors Equity Association and has performed at ACT Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Tacoma Actors Guild, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, Open Circle Theatre, ConWorks, and Annex Theatre.
Bob received his BFA in acting from the University of Illinois and is a graduate of the Dell’ Arte International School of Physical Theatre.
seattlestagecombat.com /_wsn/page3.html   (638 words)

 cinema\video graduate minor
Students may petition for appropriate substitution of 5 credit hours for the minor.
Field Work in Theatre, Cinema, or Video U G 3-15.
Planned production or management experience in an off-campus professional, educational, community theatre, film or video facility, or other agency under supervision..
accad.osu.edu /courses/cinema_video.htm   (266 words)

 THP Theatre Performance and Production Courses
Introduction to the process, equipment, and recording techniques used in sound design for the theatre.
Performance techniques for the latest developments in the field: new scripts, new theatres, performance art, and new vaudeville.
Field research and on-site training in theatre for youth, community theatre, and production techniques.
www.asu.edu /aad/catalogs/1996-1998/courses/thp-ug.html   (1540 words)

 Shakespeare Index
The Greek Stage and Shakespeare - An analysis of the similarities between the theatre of Shakespeare and that of the ancient Greeks.
Greene's Jealousy of Shakespeare - As early as 1592, Shakespeare's dramatic work had excited the envy and indignation of his contemporaries, including the accomplished scholar and dramatist, Robert Greene.
Davenant - An account of Shakespeare's affair with the wife of an innkeeper and the illegitimate son this affair may have produced.
www.theatrehistory.com /british/shakespeare.html   (816 words)

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