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1) The costume designer is responsible for creating the set in a theatre production.TrueFalseQuestion 21/ 1pts2) Practical considerations, like how high each tread should be on a flight of stairs, are not important in scenic design; it is only about aesthetics.TrueFalseQuestion 31/ 1pts3) Symbols play a large role in design. A single item on stage can suggest anentire room. For instance, a stained-glass window suspended in midair suggests a church or synagogue.TrueFalseQuestion 41/ 1pts4) Scene design is especially important in indicating to us whether a play is realistic or departs from realism.TrueFalseQuestion 51/ 1pts5) It is never the objective of a stage set to tell where and when the play takes place.TrueFalseQuestion 61/ 1pts6) The scene designer develops a design concept without consulting the director.TrueFalse7) The elements of the stage design -lines, shapes and colors-should add up to a complete visual universe for the play. Often, therefore, the designer tries to develop a central image or metaphor.True8) Blocking is a blueprint or floor plan of the stage indicating the placement of scenery, furniture, doors and windows, and the various levels of the stage,as well as the walls of rooms, platforms, and the like.TrueFalseQuestion 91/ 1pts9) The fly loft is the space above the stage where scenery may be lifted out of sight by ropes and pulleys.TrueFalseQuestion 101/ 1pts10) After a preliminary conference between the director and the scenic designer, the designer develops preliminary sketches, called thumbnail sketches, to provide a basis for further discussions about the scenic elements.TrueFalseQuestion 114/ 4pts11) Match the theatre stage space with its definition.black box   thrust stage    arena    proscenium stage   Question 12A theatre space that is open, flexible, and adaptable, usually w ithout fixed seating. The stage-audience configuration can be arranged to suit the individual requirements of a given production.The stage is surrounded on three sides by the audience.Stage entirely surrounded by the audience.The audience faces in one direction, tow ard an enclosed stage encased by a picture-frame opening.1/ 1pts12) What is an element of scene design.fishing linevelocitycompositionfood coloringQuestion 131/ 1pts13) Thin, open-weaved fabric that is nearly transparent when lit from behind and opaque when lit from the front.flatflyscrimwagonQuestion 141/ 1pts14) Properties; objects that are used by performers onstage or are necessaryto complete a set.costumeslightsturntablespropsQuestion 151/ 1pts15) Staff member responsible for scheduling, construction, and installation ofall equipment; he or she is responsible for guaranteeing that designs are executed according to the designer's specifications.technical directorscene charge artistproperty designerpaint charge artistQuestion 161/ 1pts16) Right side of the stage from the point of view of a performer facing the audience.stage leftstage rightdownstageupstageQuestion 171/ 1pts17) At or toward the back of the stage, away from the front edge of the stage.stage leftstage

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