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Producing For The Theater Dreamers And The Builders with John Lacovelli
Item No. F2645

Producing For The Theater Dreamers And The Builders with John Lacovelli

Series: Producing For The Theatre
Item No: F2645
Length: 53 minutes
UPC: 709629026452
Copyright: 2008
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 9-Adult
Age Range: 15-Adult
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Producing for the Theater - Dreamers and the Builders Series. The theatre is a world of "make believe" that can challenge, entertain, amuse and inform an audience. Capturing the hearts and minds of the audience is the role of the creative people who write, stage design, direct and perform. This series examines the jobs of the creative people behind theater productions and considers their processes. It explores the various aspects of the work of actors, directors, playwrights, designers, and technicians and discusses the ways in which they work individually and collaborate. These four programs take you behind the "curtain" to introduce you to those who take theatre from "the page to the stage." A unique amalgam of "dreamers and doers." Award winning scenic designer John Lacovelli explains how a play's visual experience enhances the emotional impact of the production. Tony winning singer/actor Robert Goulet, who has starred in many musicals and straight plays on Broadway, and all media, reveals a compelling view of the difference of working in musicals as opposed to straight plays. You'll also hear from playwrights, directors and theatre critics including Tony Del Valle, Robert Benedetti and Glen Cassale as they discuss the "extension of the fourth wall" and the collaborative effort that produces a play in the theatre.

Producing for the Theater - Dreamers and the Builders Series. The theatre is a world of "make believe" that can challenge, entertain, amuse and inform an audience. Capturing the hearts and minds of the audience is the role of the creative people who write, stage design, direct and perform. This series examines the jobs of the creative people behind theater productions and considers their processes. It explores the various aspects of the work of actors, directors, playwrights, designers, and technicians and discusses the ways in which they work individually and collaborate. These four programs take you behind the "curtain" to introduce you to those who take theatre from "the page to the stage." A unique amalgam of "dreamers and doers." Award winning scenic designer John Lacovelli explains how a play's visual experience enhances the emotional impact of the production. Tony winning singer/actor Robert Goulet, who has starred in many musicals and straight plays on Broadway, and all media, reveals a compelling view of the difference of working in musicals as opposed to straight plays. You'll also hear from playwrights, directors and theatre critics including Tony Del Valle, Robert Benedetti and Glen Cassale as they discuss the "extension of the fourth wall" and the collaborative effort that produces a play in the theatre.

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