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Summary1. Description Mise en Scene
2. An excerpt (scene from Glass menagerie. Scene Seven) Tom-Jim, Jim-Laura
3. Table of contents
4. Review of 2. Actors and Preview of 4. Montage
QuestionsThe Theatre Team: Playwright, Producer, Director, Designers, and Actors by Sidney Berger, Jeane Luere; Greenwood Press, 1998
NotesMise-en-scene vs. Montage (primary motion vs. secondary motion)
Textbook Ch. 26 (247): Theatrerical Space -- A Meeting Place for Actor and Audience
Director cannot meet Spectator without THEM (artists of theatre); only THROUGH them! Never directly!
Director is ACTION & THOUGHT (Structure by Aristotle)
Primary Motion: Space = Mise-en-Scene
Secondary motion (camera) = Montage (Time-Public)
"Potential Energy" of Lives (Public) into energy of action used by stage
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