I shouldn't have this page "guide"... I never tought this course "Virtual Theatre" and I'll not teach it. pomo.vtheatre.net + stagematrix.com

I am looking for my big project to merge : Utopia, Dreams...



... Do I have to write about theory of Virtual Theatre? Why? What for?


Quotes & Thoughts:

* Virtual Theatre Projects * Internet2 Day presentation * vTheatre images *

TOPICS: drama + comedy + postmodern + time + script + vTheatre + present + future + web + script + shows + forums +
Postmodern (POMO or PM) is addressing the issues ignored by Modernism. The idea of "classics", for example.

Guide and FAQ at vTheatre (2006).

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Stage Directing Theory
Directing Theory: pre-text, text and super-text = playscript + spectacle + public

2007 -- pomo.vtheatre.net


vTheatre Gateway Page


Theatre UAF

Performance & Multimedia BFA

All pages on the subject of web as medium in one directory; Index Page.

Virtual Theatre Master-File on Reserve in the Library!

Live performance and digital media at University of Georgia: use real-time motion capture technology in a live production of the Tempest -- UGA


HamletDream 2001

Streaming Media
SM World
MS MediaPlayer
StreamWorks Player
Advance Streaming Format


Film Links

Reading List

Thoughts & Notes

VTheatre List: subscribe!

3 Sisters Archive: Method
12Night List: Biomechanics
Film Directing Forum
WWWilde: Pomo

2003 Don Juan



Utopia Project



2006 Shows -- ?




write W-blog vs w-blog [writing & webbing]



Index * Film-North * Theatre w/Anatoly * Books * Directing Classes * Web * Shows * Bookmark vTheatre! Mailing List & News -- subscribe yourself *

I made this proposal after directing 3 Sister, virtual theatre project in the Fall of 1999...

Virtual Theatre

Stravinsky -- Russian American Theatre directory

THR 395 Spring 2001 Special Topics

Anatoly Antohin
907-474-7754 (o)
907-455-6149 (h)
Theatre UAF
Fairbanks, AK 99775
Venice Carnival 2002 & Don Juan 2003 Show


Virtual Theatre is a new subject which encludes the old medias: Live Performance & Film. Webcasting is a transmission of live shows to WWW.
This course/seminar is organized on "total theatre" principle, when actors, directors and writers work together on the class project through exersices in workshop-style. Theatre or Film basic knowledge is required (THR121, THR331, THR470) or permission of the instructor.

Webcasting -- nature of the Intenet and WWW. Theory & Practice. Streeaming Video

Texts -- Hyper-Text, new control over time and space. Scripting Workshop

Performance -- Method Acting and Interactivity with the Camera/Public

Film Techniques -- CUs and Master Camera, TV v. Film (Cinema)

Week One: New Medium -- Web and Internet as Performance. High Tech and Traditional Theatre. The Aesthetics of the Monitor. Publishing or Broadcasting? (see Diary of a Webman)

Week Two: Film, Video, TV -- the mixture.

Week Three: Film and Stage Acting. 3D space, Shot, Cut and CloseUp.

Week Four: Directing for vTheatre

Week Five: Mise-en-Scene -- Double Challenge. Blocking for Live Performance and for the Camera.

Week Six: Hyper-Text and Open Structure Spectacle -- SpectActors. Improvisation and Live Event coverage. Game & Play principles. New Rituals

Week Seven: Interactive Space. New position of the audience -- spectActors.

Week Eight: Editing and Montage for the Streaming Video.

Week Nine: Computer Channel and Multimedia Workshop.

Week Ten: Shooting and Editing.

Week Eleven: Webcast and Netcast

Week Twelve: Class Project Broadcasting

Final Exam & Paper

Use vTheatre webpages as your textbook: familarize yourself with the VTHR projects archives. Read the scripts. Main sites -- Theatre w/Anatoly, Film-North and Virtual Theatre. Working knowledge of computer, email and Internet is required (see eClass). Subscribe yourself to vTheatre List: this is active list, which all in class will be using during the semester. This class webpage will be updated weekly -- bookmark it! Note: Most of the webpages were built to support acting, directing, drama (traditional) classes.
Guest-speakers will be announced later.

Class is recommended for theatre, film, art, computer majors. This is the first core course for new BFA "Performance & Multimedia" (pending).

Two Tests on Theory and Terminology 10 + 10%
Final Exam 20%
Research Paper 20%
Class Projects 30%
Participation 10%

... will never take place.

class is not offering

Utopia Project

Virtual Theatre w/Anatoly

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