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?
Postmodern (POMO or PM) is addressing the issues ignored by Modernism. The idea of "classics", for example.
Guide and FAQ at vTheatre (2006).
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
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
VTheatre List: subscribe!
W-blog vs w-blog [writing & webbing]
I made this proposal after directing 3 Sister, virtual theatre project in the Fall of 1999...
THR 395 Spring 2001 Special Topics
Fairbanks, AK 99775
Venice Carnival 2002 & Don Juan 2003 Show
http://etheatre.tripod.comVirtual 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%
... will never take place.
class is not offering2007
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
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