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Theatre (or theater, see spelling differences) is a branch of the performing arts. .While any performance may be considered theatre, as a performing art, it focuses almost exclusively on live performers creating a self contained drama.^ I believe in the possibility of creating great and compelling art under almost any conceivable set of constraints.
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[1] A performance qualifies as dramatic by creating a representational illusion.[2] By this broad definition, theatre has existed since the dawn of man, as a result of the human tendency for storytelling. .Since its inception, theatre has come to take on many forms, utilizing speech, gesture, music, dance, and spectacle, combining the other performing arts, often as well as the visual arts, into a single artistic form.^ I have always wanted to get into some form of photography, your video has made me want to finally take the plunge.
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^ But that's still only one and a half series into what is now a six-series, ten-film franchise that has often looked backward as well as forward.
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^ I am wondering, along with many others who commented on your review, just exactly WHAT you were viewing in the theatre?
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The word derives from the Ancient Greek theatron (θέατρον) meaning "the seeing place."[3]

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History

Panoramic view of the Hellenic theatre at Epidaurus.
The word theatre means a "place for seeing."[4] The two most common types of theatre plays are comedy and tragedy, symbolised by the theatre masks. The first recorded theatrical event was a performance of the sacred plays of the myth of Osiris and Isis in 2500 BC in Egypt.[5] .This story of the god Osiris was performed annually at festivals throughout the civilization, marking the beginning of a long relationship between theatre and religion.^ The Academys cultural and educational wing the Academy Foundation annually grants more than $1 million to film scholars, cultural organizations and film festivals throughout the U.S. and abroad.
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.The ancient Greeks began formalising theatre as an art, developing strict definitions of tragedy and comedy as well as other forms, including satyr plays.^ If we accept that definition for a moment, it is a form that suits the TV series format rather well.
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.Like the religious plays of ancient Egypt, Greek plays made use of mythological characters.^ I liked the connections between the characters; very well played out!
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^ Character motivations are established early on, and the film plays like a tightly plotted origin story.
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^ The Kirk character was played like an obnoxious, unmannered teen punk with an attitude.

.The Greeks also developed the concepts of dramatic criticism, acting as a career, and theatre architecture.^ But that's a case of a single dramatic presentation giving us one character to care about in the second act and then replacing her in the climax .
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[6] .In the modern world these works have been adapted and interpreted in thousands of different ways in order to serve the needs of the time.^ The point of the scene from Parliament of Dreams that was pointed to, and linked to, above, by the way, was that Earth was different from these other cultures in that Earth had different religions and cultures (as well as atheism).
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^ That pretty much just seems to bolster my case that we're living in a different world these days.
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^ Black holes and supernovae don’t work that way in the real world.
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.Examples are offered by Antigone, used in 1944 by Anouilh to make a statement about the Nazi occupation of France, and by Brecht in 1948, likening Creon to Hitler and Thebes to defeated Germany.^ VAC Makes A Statement About Mono Amps - .
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[7]
Western theatre continued to develop under the Roman Empire, in medieval England, and continued to thrive, taking on many alternate forms in Spain, Italy, France, and Russia in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. .The general trend over the centuries was away from the poetic drama of the Greeks and the Renaissance and toward a more realistic style, especially following the Industrial Revolution.^ TV series generally (though not exclusively) tend towards what rogue calls "soft SF" for obvious reasons, but the quality of the resulting drama depends not on the style of SF, but on whether it is executed well or badly.
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[8] A uniquely North American theatre developed with the colonization of the new world.
The history of Eastern theatre is traced back to 1000 BC with the Sanskrit drama of ancient Indian theatre.[9] .Chinese theatre also dates back to around the same time.^ Around the time the delay was announced, a Paramount spokesperson stressed that the change in release date had nothing to do with the film's production or its script.
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^ Romulans didn’t contact their planet after they went back in time to warn them and at the same time go after Spock and his planet?
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^ I can happily confirm that Star Trek is back in a big way, and will probably be around for some time to come… living long and prospering, if you will.
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[10] Japanese forms of Kabuki, Noh, and Kyogen date back to the 17th century AD.[11] Other Eastern forms were developed throughout China, Korea, and Southeast Asia.
.The most popular forms of theatre in the medieval Islamic world were puppet theatre (which included hand puppets, shadow plays and marionette productions) and live passion plays known as ta'ziya, where actors re-enact episodes from Muslim history.^ Just how much modern world history do you think you could reconstruct from the combined episodes of "JAG," "M*A*S*H" and "Hogan's Heroes"?
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^ Sonos is one of the most popular and successful network music systems in the world.
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^ Had kirk been played by a more known actor i think i wouldve been less convinced by his performance.
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In particular, Shia Islamic plays revolved around the shaheed (martyrdom) of Ali's sons Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn ibn Ali. .Live secular plays were known as akhraja, recorded in medieval adab literature, though they were less common than puppetry and ta'ziya theatre.^ In Star Wars, it is due to engine malfunction, which is really a LOT more common than what they did in the new Star Trek, with Sulu forgetting something, which is a lot more funny.
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^ I have to say, though, that I’m very, very happy they didn’t use any techno-babble nonsense that has become so common in DS9 and Voyager.
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^ Had kirk been played by a more known actor i think i wouldve been less convinced by his performance.
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[12]

Technical aspects of theatre

Theatre is a highly collaborative endeavour. .Although the most recognisable figures in theatre are the directors, playwrights, and actors, plays are usually produced by a production team that commonly includes a scenic or set designer, lighting designer, costume designer, sound designer, stage manager, props mistress or master and production manager.^ Though Hitchcock presented himself as the sole author of his work, the director was in fact a deeply collaborative artist, working intensely with actors, producers, cinematographers, screenwriters, editors, and production and sound designers to create what the public knew as an Alfred Hitchcock film.
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^ The components of this boxed set include information on playing Klingon warriors, Klingon skills and new traits.
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^ Star Quality will be the first exhibition to show the full extent of Cowards talents as a director of plays and movies, a stage and film actor, songwriter, cabaret artist, wartime patriot, painter and patron of charitable causes.
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Depending on the production, this team may also include a dramaturge, video designer or fight director. The artistic staff is assisted by technical theatre personnel who handle creation and execution of the production.

Types

Drama

Drama (literally translated as action, from a verbal root meaning "To do") is the branch of theatre in which speech, either from written text (plays), or improvised is paramount. A companion word dran, also Greek, means to do. Classical forms of drama, including Greek and Roman drama, classic English drama, notably works of William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe, and French drama, for instance works of Molière, are still performed today.

Musical theatre

Yakshagana a musical drama from India
Music and theatre have always had a close relationship. .Musical theatre is a form of theatre combining music, songs, dance routines, and spoken dialogue.^ For an achievement to be considered in the Original Score or Original Song category, the principal music writer(s) for a feature film must submit an official music submission form by 5 p.m.
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.Modern musical theatre emerged from the variety, vaudeville, and music hall genres of the late 19th and early 20th century.^ Kirk ignores the demand, switching the comm off and blasting 20th century music .
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Musical theatre includes spectacle as well. For instance, contemporary Broadway musicals often include lavish costumes and sets supported by million dollar budgets.

Comedy

.Theatre productions that use humour as a vehicle to tell a story qualify as comedies.^ The production made use of the Aptera Typ-1 , a prototype electric vehicle.
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^ Good story telling should be good story telling and that doesn't mean that it must use the narrative devices of the pre-Christian era mythology.
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.This may include a modern farce such as Boeing Boeing or a classical play such as As You Like It.^ How queer, why would you throw away a brand with such recognition to switch to something that looks like a bad venereal disease?!?
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^ Posted by Reed Farrington on May 9th, 2009 Did you guys who liked this movie WATCH the same movie I did?
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^ I don’t see how you can absolve him of anything, even though you may like one and not the other.
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.Theatre expressing bleak, controversial or taboo subject matter in a deliberately humorous way is referred to as black comedy.^ Angle–A was very refreshing to me in many ways–great opening/dialogue, nice balance of humor with the serious subject matter.
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Theatrical philosophy

There is a variety of philosophies, artistic processes, and theatrical approaches to creating plays and drama. Some are connected to political or spiritual ideologies, and some are based on purely "artistic" concerns. .Some processes focus on a story, some on theatre as event, and some on theatre as catalyst for social change.^ Loosely speaking, if a story doesn't have some kind of "what if" aspect that can't be removed from the story without significantly changing the story, and if the story isn't in some way possible in our multiverse, it isn't science fiction.
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^ Characters do change over the course of events, most of the dead characters (and ships) stay dead, and there are some interesting twists and turns.
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^ Change some things around, set it in the 1930s, and it would still be a good story.
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According to Aristotle's seminal theatrical critique Poetics, there are six elements necessary for theatre: Plot, Character, Idea, Language, Music, and Spectacle.[13] .The 17th century Spanish writer Lope de Vega wrote that for theatre one needs "three boards, two actors, and one passion".[14] Others notable for their contribution to theatrical philosophy are Konstantin Stanislavski, Antonin Artaud, Bertolt Brecht, Orson Welles, Peter Brook, and Jerzy Grotowski.^ Academy board members serve three-year terms, while officers serve one-year terms, with a maximum of four consecutive terms in any one office.
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^ Spock and Amanda , before he goes before the Academy board " Your final record is flawless...with one exception - I see you have applied to Starfleet as well.
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^ HMM, you are referring to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, perhaps, if not one of the top three most underrated and ignored professional craft method actors of today.
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.Konstantin Stanislavski is considered to be the father of theater technique, as he was the first person to ever write about it, and the majority of modern western theatre theory is derived from Stanislavski's "system" in one form or another.^ (This is a major theme of modern postcolonial theory.
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^ Bollywood behind the wheel Here, memorable for one reason or another, is a bunch of Bollywood movies about cars and the nuts behind the wheel.
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^ One very under-explored element of the show is that the development of AIs by all the major races was abandoned at one point or another, apart from the Vorlons (who used organicaly-grown AI systems to control their ships).
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[15] .Many of Stanislavski's students rejected his system and began to create their own, these first new methods helped to blaze the way for future thoerists and ultimatly lead to the wide range of techniques that are studied and used today: such as the Meisner, Stanislavsky, Strasberg, and Hagen acting methods.^ It demonstrates the successful application of stereoscopic techniques and provides an excellent opportunity to examine the full range of visual effects that can be created in a 3D environment.
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^ In this way, your own ship would “hum” with the electromagnetic field generated by the propulsion system of a passing ship.
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^ Each actor has their own time to shine and while Shatner, Nimoy, Kelley & co have established this crew, the new cast makes these characters their own without disrespecting the originals.
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Theatre organization and administration

.There are many modern theatre movements which go about producing theatre in a variety of ways.^ There are so many wonderful things about this film it is hard to know where to start.
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^ It's not about anything except just sort of going through this dance of how they tech their way out of it."
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^ Toddlers should not go that movie and there were about seven in our theater.
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Roman Forum stage in New Jerusalem theater, largest open-air theatre in the world.
Theatrical enterprise varies enormously in sophistication and purpose. People involved vary from professionals to hobbyists to spontaneous novices. .Theatre can be performed with no money at all or on a grand scale with multi-million dollar budgets.^ PLEASE, FINISH MIDNIGHT SUN. I would seriously pay you a million dollars if I had that kind of money.
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This diversity manifests in the abundance of theatre sub-categories, which include:

Repertory companies

.While most modern theatre companies rehearse one piece of theatre at a time, perform that piece for a set "run", retire the piece, and begin rehearsing a new show, repertory companies rehearse multiple shows at one time.^ One of the nice things about this new film is that there are great moments that pay direct homage to earlier films and the show without being hokey.
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^ Robin Cook on India and his new book Best Bikini Bodies of All Time A poll of these Hollywood beauties in a two-piece.
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^ I hope they make one every year or at least start the tv shows again, missed Star Trek for a long time .
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.These companies are able to perform these various pieces upon request and often perform works for years before retiring them.^ In addition to being a scientist, most of the regular posters, here, know that I have 10 years of Ph.D-level work in musicology and a doctorate in music performance.
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Most dance companies operate on this repertory system.

Producing vs. presenting

The Carré Theatre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
In order to put on a piece of theatre, both a theatre company and a theatre venue are needed. .When a theatre company is the sole company in residence at a theatre venue, this theatre (and its corresponding theatre company) are called a resident theatre or a producing theatre, because the venue produces its own work.^ Each of the correspondents works with four producers for one week a month; the producers each have three weeks to get ready for their "on" week.
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^ The movies are never as good as the books because with books you create your own world and imagery of what you're reading and movie producers will never get that perfect for anyone particular person.
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.Other theatre companies, as well as dance companies, do not have their own theatre venue.^ The composition, and readability has demands of its own because well……….theres an audience on the other side of this film, not a telescope.
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These companies will therefore either perform at rental theatres or at presenting theatres. Both rental and presenting theatres have no full time resident companies. .They do, however, sometimes have one (or multiple) part time resident companies, in addition to other independent partner companies who arrange to use the space when available.^ In addition, the biggest complaint about the movie is all the time it takes on slow-moving not-really-action in space (and it's quiet, except for breathing!
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^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
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^ Indeed, the same people who are complaining about “How dare they change the canon!” are the same ones who are complaining about the aspects of canon they didn’t change.
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.A rental theatre allows the independent companies to seek out the space, while a presenting theatre seeks out the independent companies to support their work by presenting them on their stage.^ After ten years working on Hubble Space Telescope and six more working on astronomy education, he struck out on his own as a writer.
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^ The company claimed not to be bankrupt or out of business, but all staff working on new, as-yet-unpublished books were laid off.
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.However, many performance groups have challenged the theatre-space and have since been putting on work in non-theatrical spaces.^ However, leaning on that crutch for so many decades might lead to overconfidence, leaving the Federation poorly prepared for the first real challenge that isn't included in his forecasts.

.These performances can take place outside or inside, in a non-traditional performance space, and include street theatre, and site specific theatre.^ The Oscar ceremony honoring films for 2009 will again take place at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be televised live by the ABC Television Network.
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^ The ceremony will again take place at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, and will be televised live by the ABC Television Network.
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^ You may be confusing "stories set in space" and "stories set in the future" with "science fiction," but stories with either setting frequently are not science fiction, and much science fiction takes place in neither setting.
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.A touring company is an independent theatre or dance company that travels, often internationally, being presented at a different theatre in each city.^ The presentation also will include a multimedia tour of 1930s Los Angeles, offering a visual journey of the city that served as a backdrop in Chaplins work.
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Unions

.There are many theatre unions including Actors Equity Association (for actors and stage managers), the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE, for designers and technicians).^ The film delivers cleverly staged stunts, charismatic flair and the stunning, detailed design that audiences have long associated with a Fairbanks film.
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^ Interestingly, both directors composed an almost identical shot, including the placement: reporter, policeman, managing editor.
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Many theatres require that their staff be members of these organizations.

Notable theatre festivals

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Awards in theatre

See also

References

  1. ^ Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 28 page 521
  2. ^ Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 28 page 561
  3. ^ http://www.omnipelagos.com/entry?n=theatre
  4. ^ Theatre. 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume V26, p. 729.
  5. ^ Stanton, Sarah; Banham, Martin (1996). "Middle East and North Africa". Cambridge paperback guide to theatre. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. p. 241. ISBN 0-521-44654-6. 
  6. ^ Ward, A. C. (2007). Specimens of English Dramatic Criticism. Read Books. p. 1.
  7. ^ McDonald, Marianne (2003). The living art of Greek tragedy. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. pp. 80–81. ISBN 0253215978. 
  8. ^ Kuritz, Paul (1988). The making of theatre history. PAUL KURITZ. p. 305. ISBN 978-0-13-547861-5.
  9. ^ Dhingra, Baldoon (1944). A national theatre for India. Padma Publications ltd. p. 6.
  10. ^ Chinese performing arts. Encyclopædia Britannica.
  11. ^ Deal, William E. (2007). Handbook to life in medieval and early modern Japan. Oxford University Press US. p. 276. ISBN 978-0-19-533126-4.
  12. ^ Moreh, Shmuel (1986), "Live Theater in Medieval Islam", in David Ayalon, Moshe Sharon, Studies in Islamic History and Civilization, Brill Publishers, pp. 565–601, ISBN 965264014X 
  13. ^ Hatcher, Jeffrey (2000). The art & craft of playwriting. Writer's Digest Books. p. 21. ISBN 978-1-884910-46-3.
  14. ^ Gloman, Chuck B.; Napoli, Rob (2007). Scenic design and lighting techniques: a basic guide for theatre. Focal Press. p. 17. ISBN 978-0-240-80806-2.
  15. ^ Roose-Evans, James (1984). Experimental theatre from Stanislavsky to Peter Brook. Routledge. p. 6. ISBN 978-0-7100-9954-9.

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Quotes

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From Wikiquote

.Theatre (Greek "theatron"), enjoys the distinction of two spellings: in British English, "theatre" and in American English, "theater". There is no technical distinction between the meanings of the two spellings, however most theatre artists prefer the English spelling because it creates a historical nod to the ancient Greek term theatron.^ All of the character development between, for example, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson that happens in one version of the story, is lost when you move into a different version, where there may be a different character development between the two, or there may be no Dick Grayson at all.
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^ But there's no technobabble about it, and the story is very heartwarming and touching *because* of the technology.
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^ Intellectually, I could see what was so compelling to everyone, but there's no accounting for taste, because it just did not reach me.
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.Some also use the American spelling to designate a theatre building and the English term to reference the art itself, as in the "art of theatre."^ He found some aged, greasy-looking fabrics at a flea market, and commissioned the makers of the clothes (who were based in Bali) to create his designs using their fabrics.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

.Theatre is that branch of the performing arts concerned with the creation of stories or narratives for (or with) an audience using combinations of acting, speech, gesture, music, dance, object manipulation, sound and spectacle — indeed, any one or more elements of the other performing arts.^ Music Branch members who have one or more songs in contention for nominations do not vote in that phase of the balloting.
  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences what going on 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.montebubbles.net [Source type: General]

^ In addition to the feature film, other elements from each year, such as short subjects, behind-the-scenes footage, trailers and music, will be incorporated into each evenings program.
  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences what going on 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.montebubbles.net [Source type: General]

^ "The other three are monolithic cultures that one would be hard put to use more than a few hundred words describing.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

.In addition to standard narrative dialogue style, theatre takes such forms as opera, musicals, ballet, mime, kabuki, classical Indian dance, Chinese opera, mummers' plays, and pantomime.^ In addition to the feature film, other elements from each year, such as short subjects, behind-the-scenes footage, trailers and music, will be incorporated into each evenings program.
  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences what going on 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.montebubbles.net [Source type: General]

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  • I don't like to be my own audience, I find that being my own audience, being in the audience, makes me self-conscious, basically.^ I also don't like wasting my time.
    • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

    ^ It is [ controversial statement to follow, be warned - no Rule 1 violation intended ], in my opinion, like a younger generation being in a hurry to euthanize an older generation it no longer finds convenient.
    • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

    ^ Since this is essentially a database listing of my collection and the films I'd like to own, there are a few television shows thrown in.
    • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

    .So I tune in sometimes, with the sound off, to check it out and I back up to it.^ Check out the sounds in the movie.
    • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Images: Celebrities' Day Out Check out what these stars are up to.
    • Welcome to rediff.com : The Movies Slide Shows home page 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC in.rediff.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ It's worth checking out the DVD commentary tracks for the "Futurama" writers' creative use (and sometimes creative misuse) of actual science.
    • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

    .In the future I will look at it when some time has passed.^ I am so sorry but I have browsed the list, then looked at some revies, trailers etc and came to the conclusion many times that your idea of a good movie is NOT mine!!!
    • The Best 19 Movies You Didn't See in 2007 « FirstShowing.net 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.firstshowing.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ The book would have looked something like a future issue of National Geographic or a Time/Life book and was expected to be about 150 pages long.
    • Complete Starfleet Library - Star Trek: The Lost Books 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.well.com [Source type: General]

    .
  • All the world's a stage / And all the men and women merely players / They have their exits and their entrances / And one man in his time plays many parts ...^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
    • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ BOOKfan Wow, I really hope this one is better than the first, but they will probably have to change alot because they left out so many details in Twilight.
    • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ Willis, a two-time Academy Award nominee for Zelig and The Godfather, Part III, has lensed more than 30 films including The Godfather, The Godfather Part II, All the Presidents Men, Annie Hall and Manhattan.
    • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences what going on 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.montebubbles.net [Source type: General]

    .
  • By increasing the size of the keyhole, today's playwrights are in danger of doing away with the door.^ Pulitzer's sons acted a lot like the daughters in the film and the New York Telegram , which bought the World, looks a lot like the paper that takes over The Day in the movie.
    • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Also pale is the echo of the slammed doors that faced Woodward and Bernstein (or Hoffman and Redford, if you will) in All The President's Men .
    • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

    ^ So screw you all who liked the movie.
    • Review: “Star Trek” | KyleSmithOnline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC kylesmithonline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    • Peter Ustinov, Christian Science Monitor, (1962) - reported in Colin Jarman (1993). The Book of Poisonous Quotes. McGraw-Hill Professional, p. 104. ISBN 0809236818.

Attributed

  • A play is fiction - and fiction is fact distilled into truth.
    • Edward Albee, reported in James Beasley Simpson (1998). Simpson's contemporary quotations: The Most Notable Quotes Since 1950. Houghton Mifflin, p. .398. ISBN 0395430852.
  • If you want to help the American theater, don't be an actress, be an audience.^ It doesn't have to be "canonical to you" if you don't want.
    • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

    ^ You don’t want to be there for that.
    • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Heck, you don't even have to regard it as "canonical" if you don't want to.
    • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

    • Tallulah Bankhead, reported in Evan Esar (April 1995). 20,000 quips & quotes. Barnes & Noble Publishing, p. .806. ISBN 1566195292.
  • The theater is a great equalizer: it is the only place where the poor can look down on the rich.^ Also, there is no place in the actual city that gives that view so I just looks like they dropped the bridge down on LA; the geography just ain't like that.

    • Will Rogers, reported in Evan Esar (April 1995). 20,000 quips & quotes. Barnes & Noble Publishing, p. 807. ISBN 1566195292.
  • A playwright is a lay preacher peddling the ideas of his time in popular form.
    • August Strindberg, reported in Colin Jarman (1993). The Book of Poisonous Quotes. McGraw-Hill Professional, p. 103. ISBN 0809236818.
  • Acting is merely the art of keeping a large number of people from coughing.
    • Ralph Richardson, reported in Ashton Applewhite; Tripp Evans, Andrew Frothingham (2003). And I Quote: The Definitive Collection of Quotes, Sayings, and Jokes for the Contemporary Speechmaker. Macmillan, p. .283. ISBN 0312307446.
  • Know your lines and don't bump into the furniture.^ Fortunate for me, I don’t have to write a pointless review of your equally pointless review, as my fellow fans have already dug into your @$$.
    • Review: “Star Trek” | KyleSmithOnline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC kylesmithonline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ "You don't know it, but this is your last space trip."
    • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

    ^ We don't need to see the characters we know and love before they developed into the characters we know and love.
    • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    • Spencer Tracy, reported in Ashton Applewhite; Tripp Evans, Andrew Frothingham (2003). And I Quote: The Definitive Collection of Quotes, Sayings, and Jokes for the Contemporary Speechmaker. Macmillan, p. 283. ISBN 0312307446.

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From LoveToKnow 1911

.THEATRE (BEa-rpov, " a place for seeing," from 96.v0m), a building specially devised for dramatic representations.^ See Theatre buildings , Cinemas and Ancient theatres .

^ Park Theatre 1 Park Place Cobleskill, NY, 12043 Phone: 518-234-2771 Screens: 1 See Movies and Show Times .
  • Movie Theaters In Albany Area: Find Albany Movies & Show Times! 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.albany.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ But most of the time the theatre's the only place I can see movies now because I'll be too distracted/tired at home.
  • Paramount's 'Star Trek' Wins the Award No Film Wanted – RopeofSilicon.com Movie News, Trailers, Reviews and More 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.ropeofsilicon.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

The drama arose from the choric dances in honour of Dionysus, which were held in a circular dancing-place (i pxrto-Tpa, Lat. orchestra) in his precinct at the foot of the Acropolis at Athens. .When the leader of the chorus held a dialogue with the remaining choreutae he mounted the table which stood beside the altar of Dionysus in the centre of the orchestra; but as the number of actors and the importance of the dialogue increased, it became necessary to erect a platform at the side of the dancing-place and a booth in which the performers could change their dresses and masks.^ Get insight into trends in market performance Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change Identify market and brand leaders and understand the competitive environment .
  • Motion Picture Projection in France: ISIC 9212 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.euromonitor.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Critters 2: The Main Course " " Critters 2: The Main Course " is a movie about furry little hand puppets with lots of teeth, who are held up to salad bars by invisible puppeteers while large numbers of actors scream and pronounce unlikely dialogue.
  • Ebert's Most Hated :: rogerebert.com :: News & comment 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC rogerebert.suntimes.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ While they could not change any lines themselves, they could "make funny eyes and faces at the actors whenever they had a problem with the line and sort of nod when they had something better."
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

.At the same time temporary wooden stands ('txpta) were set up for the spectators, who no longer ranged themselves around the whole ring, but only on the slope of the Acropolis, facing southward.^ Who will stand up for the little ones?
  • Jan 16 - Homily: St Berard and Comp - Video - Catholic Online 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.catholic.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Accused by his colleagues of setting up his students for failure, Escalante worked long hours with his class and inspired them to apply themselves.
  • Movies About Leadership - Motivational Leadership Stories - Jaime Escalante, Stand and Deliver, Ernest Shackleton 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC govleaders.org [Source type: General]

^ I'm glad they went back to Kirk & Spock, but they needed to fix the flimsy set-up and stick to the continuity they tied themselves to.
  • DC Comics Message Boards: The new Star Trek film was a horrible ... 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC dcboards.warnerbros.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

We are told that the collapse of the upia, in 499 B.C. led to the erection of a permanent theatre; this was not, however, a stone building. .Embankments were made for the support of the spectators' benches: the stage buildings were of wood, and, although some traces of a stone theatre belonging to the end of the 5th century have been pointed out, the " theatre of Dionysus," whose remains may still be seen (Pl.^ I also think the feature in which you point out possible problems is good in that it warns teachers of factors that may upset parents, but which the teachers may not have foreseen for themselves.
  • Teach With Movies, Lesson Plans in History, English, Science for High School, Middle School and Elementary 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.teachwithmovies.org [Source type: General]

^ There is one point in the movie where the audience knows something might happen, but will still jump out of their seats when it occurs.
  • MovieJungle.com - Movie and TV trailers, upcoming movies, reviews, box office data, social networking 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.moviejungle.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ You’ve seen it, but it’s still entertaining…a well-made genre-blender by professionals who know how to coax tears, deliver thrills.

I. and II.), is in the main a work of the 4th century. It was completed soon after 340 B.C. under the administration of the statesman and financier Lycurgus. .Alterations were made in the stage-buildings in the Hellenistic period, under Nero, and again' in the 3rd century A.D. Although the prototype of Greek theatres, it is not the most perfectly preserved.^ Although Arab theatre - in the sense of stage plays - did not develop until the 19th century, the region has other dramatic traditions dating back hundreds of years.
  • Theatre in the Arab world 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.al-bab.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Now Dennehy returns to Goodman Theatre in two plays by the most renowned playwrights of the 20th century: Eugene O'Neill and Samuel Beckett.
  • Chicago theater events schedule, theatre district show schedules, dates for performances, list of musicals, drama, comedy shows 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

^ Most performances operate under the Nashville Dinner Theatre program, for which a $25 ticket assures a topnotch dinner and play.
  • FiftyForward :: Theater 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC fiftyforward.org [Source type: General]

.Amongst those of purely Greek design the most typical is that of Epidaurus (Pl.^ A production designed to address AIDS awareness and education in the Greek-American community, which seems to ignore danger signs about this most dreaded epidemic.
  • Video Files — Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC goarch.org [Source type: General]

I.), which was built in the latter part of the 4th century B.C. by Polyclitus the Younger. The largest known to Pausanias was that of Megalopolis, excavated by the British School at Athens in 1889-91, in which the stage buildings were replaced by the Thersilion, a large council - chamber. Others of importance for the study of the ancient theatre have been excavated at Delos, Eretria, Sicyon and Oropus. .None of these, of course, is contemporary with the classical period of the Greek drama, and their stone stage-fronts belong to the Hellenistic period.^ The Arkansas Repertory Theatre produces a diverse body of theatrical work ranging from contemporary comedies to cutting edge dramas and from musical theatre to the classics of dramatic literature.

^ All of us who believe in these things are over the hill.” The things, of course, include work, discipline, rigor and, unless one is stone-cold dead, absolute dedication to being on stage at 8 p.m.
  • The Theater Loop - News from America's hottest theater city | Chicago Tribune | Blog 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC leisureblogs.chicagotribune.com [Source type: General]

^ Of course none of these costumes came with epaulets, which was probably because they were removed when the costumes were dry cleaned and then misplaced.

.In Asia Minor we find a type of theatre (belonging to a somewhat later date) with a broader, lower and deeper stage; and fr 4 the Roman theatre (see below) carries these changes still further.^ Stage Coach Theatre - see.
  • Stage Coach Theatre - see. feel. experience. 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC stagecoachtheatre.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ These dates are tentative and are subject to change .

^ In reality though it’s not that big of a suprise if you compare the writing in 60’s tv series to the writing we see these days – it’s not that writers have gotten better, but the industry has changed.
  • Star Trek (2009) « Beyond the Iron Sky 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blog.starwreck.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Before discussing their significance it will be best to describe the parts of the ancient theatre, the fullest account of which is to be found in the fifth book of Vitruvius (written in the Augustan period).^ W. W. Greg, A List of English Plays Written Before 1643 and Printed Before 1700 , Bibliographical Society, 1900, from Google Book Search, full view and PDF. McCoy's Guide to Theatre and Performance Studies , an outstanding resource.

^ The best part of the video game Tekken has always been an animated prelude that sets the stage before you start drop-kicking your opponent's head.
  • Tekken: The Motion Picture - Movie Reviews, Photos & Videos, Layouts & Wallpapers, Fan Club 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.flixster.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I do agree that some of the best parts of the book were missed in the movie.
  • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Its three main divisions were the auditorium (Lat. .cavea; it had no technical name in Greek), the orchestra, and the stage buildings (OKnv), literally " tent " or " booth " Lat.^ There were occasional references to the book over the next few years as a project that was still in the earliest stage of development (no author named or, possibly, chosen).
  • Complete Starfleet Library - Star Trek: The Lost Books 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.well.com [Source type: General]

^ The circular orchestra provides the link with the stage buildings."
  • Theater at Epidauros - Polykleitos - Great Buildings Online 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.greatbuildings.com [Source type: General]

scena). As the orchestra was the germ of the theatre, so it determined its shape, and in the Greek theatre preserved its circular form in many instances (as at Epidaurus). In the scheme of proportions given by Vitruvius, however (see fig. .I, which carries its own explanation), a segment (ihgf) was cut off by the stage-front (rrpovxnviov, proscenium). The auditorium was divided by flights of seats into wedge-shaped blocks (, spKd6cr, cunei) and also longitudinally by a gangway (atc wpa, praecinctio). In Greece the slope of a hill was always chosen for the auditorium and furnished with stone seats in tiers like steps.^ They decide on Jim, after George's dad, and then the communication is cut off as the Kelvin smashes into the Narada , crippling it for a while, and giving the shuttles time to escape.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Gamma, the Star Trek Fanon Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-gamma.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Facilities The 550-seat proscenium theatre is remarkably intimate, with a flexible front-apron configuration.
  • Theatre Majors - Theatre Internships - Careers in Theatre - Hollins University 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.hollins.edu [Source type: General]

^ Although it is a tiny theater, the seats were in great shape, cushy, clean, so unlike what I would expect a clearly non profit independent theater to be like.
  • Pioneer Theater - Movie Theater in New York City 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.twoboots.com [Source type: General]

.The slope of the Acropolis faces south, which (as Vitruvius points out) was the worst aspect for the spectators; but this was unavoidable for religious reasons, since the performances had to be held in the precinct of Dionysus.^ For the fourth consecutive year in a row, Video Games Live has SOLD OUT all tickets for all of their performances in Brazil, South America.
  • Video Games live | http://www.videogameslive.com 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.videogameslive.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Without hesitation or even a second thought, Raymond points the gun at the camera - the smiling, trusting face of the young soldier - and blows his brains out.
  • The Manchurian Candidate (1962) 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.filmsite.org [Source type: General]

^ Especially since -- as I pointed out in my review -- "Star Trek" carries within its own continuity the inherent openness to other possibilities and continuities.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

.At Athens the inner boundary was a semicircle with the ends prolonged in parallel straight lines, which gave the spectators in the wings a better view of the stage than that obtainable in those theatres where (according to the Vitruvian rule) the boundary was segmental.^ If you are doing research on Shakespeare's Globe Theatre or are simply curious about the rebuilt Globe you cannot do better than to visit Shakespeare's Globe , the official web site of the rebuilt Globe Theatre.

^ Much better than the Mil-Tec model, though it is missing the extra buttons on the sleeve (which I replaced) and has a hem at the end of the sleeves.

^ In 1647 Even stricter rules were passed regarding stage plays and theatres.

At Epidaurus FIG. 2. From DOrpfeld and Reisch, Das griechische Theater. ab, double western wall. bc, single wall.
aa, gg, walls terminating wings of auditorium.
b, f, entrances.
c, the " katatome " (where the rock of the Acropolis was met by the walls).
d, e, diazoma.
fg, eastern boundary wall.
hh, front wall of Neronian stage.
i, fragment 5th-century orchestra..
klm, ancient masonry (? of supporting walls).
nn, oldest stage buildings.
oo, stone proscenium (1st or 2nd century B.C.).
p, foundations of Neronian side wings.
qr, fragments 5th-century orchestra.
s, 4th-century portico.
t, old Dionysus temple.
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a compromise was effected by prolonging the ends of the semicircle as segments of a curve with a longer radius. .The best seats were in the lowest row; at Athens this was formed by a series of marble thrones assigned to various priests or officials whose titles may be read on those (60 out of 67) which are now preserved.^ Front Row King shares the largest online inventory of Theater Tickets and Broadway Tickets at the BEST prices!...just check out our Broadway tickets selection.
  • Wicked Theater Tickets | Broadway Tickets | Theater Tickets | Wicked Tickets 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.frontrowking.com [Source type: General]

^ I think a movie that shows people of various races working together and surviving hundreds of years from now is not a bad message to put out right now,” he says.
  • Cele|bitchy » Blog Archive » William Shatner talks George Takei feud, new Star Trek film details 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.celebitchy.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ "I think a movie that shows people of various races working together and surviving hundreds of years from now is not a bad message to put out right now," he says.
  • SPACE.com -- J.J. Abrams Gives Glimpse of New 'Star Trek' Film 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.space.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

The priest of Dionysus occupied the central throne. .In some theatres benches with backs took the place of separate thrones.^ He meets a cute girl (Lubi Boutdy) on an LDS online dating website and takes her back to his place to smoke some pot.
  • LDS Film|Movies by Latter-day Saints|LDS Videos|Utah filmmakers 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC www.ldsfilm.com [Source type: General]

^ After the disaster that was Lucky , it took some time before I recovered enough to be able to venture into a theatre to watch a Hindi movie.
  • Sounds From The Dungeon 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC antrix.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I've been back to the area every couple of years or so, for a reunion or event of some kind, and I always drive by and wonder about this old theatre.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The right of sitting in reserved places was called 'zrpo€Spia. The orchestra, which was separated from the auditorium by a gutter and kerb and generally paved with slabs, contained an altar of Dionysus called the ou,LOvq, whence the choral or musical contests which took place in it were called I ycnres Oup.ea exot. At Athens this altar stood in the middle of a lozenge-shaped marble pavement.^ Joe Boyd's life in music includes a remarkable number of 'right place at the right time' moments.
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^ While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the database, The authors give no warranty as to the accuracy of the information contained in the database, and reserve the right to withdraw or delete information at any time.
  • Cath’s Film Forum » Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.cathsfilmforum.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ It stood between old Union Street, now (1959) called World Vets Place, and Hamilton Street in Paterson.
  • The Birth and Development of the Motion Picture - PCHS 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.lambertcastle.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.In a few theatres subterranean passages have been found, leading from the stage-buildings to the middle of the p S h?^ But Burbage found a clause in their former lease allowing them to dismantle the Theatre building.

^ As a dance performer, she had leading roles in Majestic Theatre stagings of Le Bourgeios Gentilhomme, The Merry Widow, Peer Gynt and Paint Your Wagon.
  • FireflyWiki.org | Firefly / Serenity Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.fireflywiki.org [Source type: General]

.9 FIG I. - Diagram showing the principle on which the Greek theatre was planned according to Vitruvius.^ FIG. 4 is a combined plan view and block diagram illustrating how a time code is read from a motion picture film in synchronism with the projection of the motion picture image; .
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.The stage buildings of the earliest Greek theatres have been destroyed save for the foundations and architectural fragments, and the interpretation of their remains presents a difficult problem.^ Kirk and crew of course manage to defeat Nero and save Earth (Nero’s next target, naturally), but the planet Vulcan remains destroyed.
  • Star Trek » Matt Legend Gemmell 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC mattgemmell.com [Source type: General]

^ Thought provoking, contemporary theatre presented by emerging talents is the foundation of the Appetite experience.
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

.Whether built on level ground or (as at Sicyon and elsewhere) excavated in rock or earth they consisted of a rectangular structure two stories high, usually with projecting side wings (irapavrcijvca). Between these wings was the 7rpovrc17vcov (stage), which at Athens and indeed in all early theatres was built of wood, but was afterwards reconstructed in stone, with a front formed by a row of columns from 10 to 13 ft.^ Choose between traditional rooms with high ceilings in the original building, or a new wing of suites with private infinity pools.
  • The Ritz, Paris - Video - Concierge.com 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.concierge.com [Source type: General]

^ This blog looks at films -- current and past, in the theatres and on DVD -- and analyzes how they measure up to the Four Questions and Four Archetypes; two components of Mariner Software's new story structure program CONTOUR .

^ The other features consist of a Starfleet Academy "training lecture" (discussing a specific story-related element) and two or three featurettes on each disc.
  • DVD Verdict Review - Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.dvdverdict.com [Source type: General]

high; its depth varied from 8 to toe ft. .It has been argued by Dorpfeld that the rporrrcipcov was not a stage, but a background, which could be characterized as a palace, temple, &c., by means of painted rrivarces set up in the intervals between the columns, and that throughout the history of the Greek drama actors as well as chorus performed in the orchestra.^ The real drama was offstage at Monday night’s rehearsal reading of “Much Ado About Nothing” at the Classic Stage Company, after a member of the audience rose and wandered in the direction of the actors’ dressing rooms while the performers were working on the piece.

^ Rich nobles could watch the play from a chair set on the side of the Globe stage itself.

^ White House aide, friend set up famous meeting between Elvis, Nixon Published 1/7/2010 at 11:31 a.m.
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.This theory has been supported by arguments drawn from passages of the classical dramatists, which seem to imply that actors and chorus were on the same level, and by a priori considerations regarding the unfitness of so high and narrow a platform, unconnected with the orchestra by stairs (except such temporary wooden steps as may have left no trace in extant remains), for a stage.^ If we have the same level of understanding about the universe we live in, in 250 odd years, then I’d suggest there’s no good cause for us to leave this rock.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ Nimoy seems to have forgotten how to play Spock, and NO, needlessly spouting every classic line don't cut it, chief.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ In "Liaisons", an alien male disguised as a female engages in a love affair with Picard, but no trace of emotion remains when he reassumes his male form.
  • Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.webpan.com [Source type: General]

.But these arguments are outweighed by the positive testimony of ancient writers and inscriptions that the actors in the Greek drama mounted on a platform (oicpi,Qas) which was also called the Xoyeiov (" speaking-place "), and the description of the Greek theatre by Vitruvius, who tells us that the Xoy€Zov (Lat.^ Top Telugu Actors of 2009 Here is a look at the actors who impressed us this year.
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^ That’s what online shows and movies have given us: a chance to discover these new avenues of story telling.
  • Star Trek Movies — Your guide to Star Trek movies and everything Trekkie 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC startrekmovies.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ There's this nifty website called imbd.com that will tell you who's playing which character.
  • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

pulpitum) was narrower than that of the .Roman theatre, and was from 10 to 12 ft.^ Cinetopia + Kiggins Theatre + Regal Cascade 16 + Regal Cinema 99 Stadium 11 + Regal City Center 12 + Regal Vancouver Plaza 10 Wilsonville .

high. .Moreover the background afforded by the Hellenistic irpovrcipna would have been diminutive in its proportions - it must be remembered that Greek actors stood some 6 ft.^ It turned out that some of the actors who had been cast live in Toronto and thought the "shoot" would be in that area.

6 in. high when wearing the cothurnus and tragic mask - and quite unlike a palace or temple. .They never have more than one doorway in the centre, though Vitruvius prescribes three, and in some theatres (where the stagebuildings were partly excavated) there are no rooms at the back of them, but either virgin rock or earth.^ Kurtzman: Whether the story prescribes there will be more than one.
  • Kurtzman and Orci on Star Trek 2 - ComingSoon.net 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.comingsoon.net [Source type: General]

^ No one is more surprised than me that I began to really enjoy them.
  • Big Hollywood » Blog Archive » ‘Star Trek’ Flicks — Worst to Best: Part 1 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC bighollywood.breitbart.com [Source type: General]

^ Maybe, but no more than Twitter.
  • The Real Video Twitter: 12seconds.tv (500 Alpha Invites) 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.techcrunch.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.We may therefore dismiss Derpfeld's theory: but it is more than probable that the wooden stage of the 5th century B.C. was much lower than that of Hellenistic times, when the chorus had either disappeared from dramatic performances or performed musical interludes unconnected with the action of the play.^ More action than Inglourious Basterds .

^ The percentage may initially be much lower.
  • Motion Picture Production and Distribution--United States Perspective by Paul D. Supnik 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.supnik.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ So much more than I said I would."
  • The Movie Quotes - Memorable Movie Quotes Famous Movie Quotes! 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.themoviequotes.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Horace, in fact, says of Aeschylus: " Aeschylus. .. modicis instravit pulpita tignis," and doubtless preserves a fragment of genuine tradition. .When chorus and actors came into contact, wooden steps could be used, and that such were employed even in the later drama is proved by the evidence of South Italian vase-paintings which represent the Phylakes or burlesques popular at Tarentum.^ This film was an effort to prove the naysayers of Twitter wrong,” Kelly said, “to show that it could be used as a tool to create a valuable piece of work.” .
  • Video | GeekDad | Wired.com 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.wired.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The movie is an epic-length revenge drama, with homages to earlier film genres, such as Hong Kong martial arts movies, Japanese Chanbara films, exploitation films and Italian spaghetti westerns; an extensive use of popular music and pop culture references; and aestheticization of violence.
  • Martial Arts Movies Released Between 2000 To Today 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.usadojo.com [Source type: General]

^ While an unsavory proposition for any actor, the ensemble does a marvelous job stepping into the iconic boots and tight polyester shirts of the original cast.
  • Star Trek (2009) (Blu-ray) : DVD Talk Review of the Blu-ray 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.dvdtalk.com [Source type: General]

.The facade of the v,cip' i furnished an architectural background, and this was supplemented by painted scenery, which, according to Aristotle, was introduced by Sophocles: Vitruvius, however, tells us that the first scene-painter, Agatharchus, worked for Aeschylus.^ Scenes like a man shaving, a shoemaker at this bench working, a horseshoer in action, girls dancing and the infamous Long Kiss were among the first peeps.
  • The Birth and Development of the Motion Picture - PCHS 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.lambertcastle.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Please tell us any other suggestions First Name (Optional) Last Name (Optional) Email (Optional)  I would like to join the EZTakes Mailing List Send Close X EZTakes .
  • Download Movies. Movie Downloads You Can Burn to DVDs 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.eztakes.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Establishing shot The first shot of a new scene, that introduces the audience to the space in which the forthcoming scene will take place.

In their days the ,CIF? ') was, of course, a mere booth. .Changes of scene were very rare - there are only two in the extant classical tragedies - and were brought about by the use of revolving prisms (rrepiairroc). Other appliances used in the Greek drama were the iKKind nµa, a low platform on rollers which was pushed forward in order to show an action supposed to take place in the interior of the o-Knvi (the scene in a Greek play was always laid in the open air), and the j inxavi 7, a crane by which an actor representing a god could be suspended in mid-air (hence the phrase deus ex machina). In the upper part of the vrcnv17 was a balcony called the Scrreyia (" second story "), and at the top a narrow platform called the O oXoye ov, upon which gods supposed to be stationary in heaven could appear.^ Other top stories .
  • Movie News - Read Reviews of Current Movies, Upcoming & Future Theatrical & Movie Releases - Enjoy our Movie Guide & Trailers- msnbc.com 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.msnbc.msn.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Think about where that harvest is taking place.
  • Star Trek // Current 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC current.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I can only imagine what it was like to be there for the opening.
  • TMP@30: The Merchandise of Star Trek The Motion Picture | TrekMovie.com 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC trekmovie.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Ghosts ascending from the underworld mounted the xapwvcoc rclµarcer, whose position is uncertain. The apovreiov was a machine for imitating thunder by means of stones rolled in metal jars. .It is far from certain whether a drop-scene was used in the classical period of the Greek drama; in later times and in the Roman theatre a curtain (au%ata, Lat.^ The site also offers an extensive chronology of theatre, dating back to Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquity, in addition to covering the French Renaissance.
  • French Theatre, Opera & Ballet - The Arts in France 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.discoverfrance.net [Source type: General]

^ A romp through Wikipedia shed some light on classic Greek dramas.
  • Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.thestranger.com [Source type: General]

^ Please arrive at the theatre prior to stated curtain times.
  • Theatre 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.clcmn.edu [Source type: General]

aulaea, siparium) was let down into a narrow slit in front of the stage before the play began and drawn up at the end.
.It has been mentioned above that in the later Hellenistic theatres the stage was made broader, lower and deeper, and in the Roman theatre, the principle of whose construction, as explained by Vitruvius, is illustrated by fig.^ In the 1940's the stage house was converted into a seperate theatre, known first as the Grove, later the Rainbow.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ In the 1940's, the stage house was converted into a seperate theatre, known first as the Grove Theatre, later the Rainbow Theatre, and had its own separate entrance and marquee at the rear of the Fox Theatre.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Old Globe Theater Structure - Construction, design theatre, stage, gallery, audience capacity and heavens .

3, the orchestra is reduced to a semicircle (acd). The line of is that of the background (scenae frons) and its limits are those of the cavea or auditorium.
.The Romans, by their use of the arch in construction and also of concrete for vaulting, were enabled to erect theatres on level ground, such as the Campus Martius at Rome, where an elaborate structure, usually in three stories of arcades,' took the place of 1 Vitruvius prescribes for the Roman theatre a portico running round the interior of the auditorium on the level of the topmost row of seats; remains of such a portico (or, as at Aspendus, of a series of arcades) can sometimes be traced.^ The makeup must be flawless to stand up under such scrutiny, but, since it need not be applied nightly for several months running, as in theatre, elaborate preparations are feasible.
  • motion picture :: Motion-picture design -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.britannica.com [Source type: General]

^ Now, I am very curious about your idea that this movie is unoriginal in its use of several plot constructions to advance the story, add drame, etc… .
  • Review: “Star Trek” | KyleSmithOnline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC kylesmithonline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The Port of San Diego has a great run-down of all the filming that took place on San Diego Bay, Coronado and at other waterfront locations.
  • Film | San Diego Travel Blog 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC blog.sandiego.org [Source type: General]

the natural hill-slope of Greek theatres. The Roman theatre thus became an organic whole; the auditorium and stagebuildings were structurally connected, and the orchestra was entered from the wings, not by open passages as in Greece, but by vaulted corridors. .The orchestra was no longer used for the performances (whether dramatic, musical or merely spectacular), but was reserved for senators and other persons of distinction.^ But our contest is to be the first person to hear Christmas music being played in a store and I don't think being subjected to anachronistic performers on a marketing train counts.
  • WFMU's Beware of the Blog: Film 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC blog.wfmu.org [Source type: General]

^ Let them no longer be used to plug gaps in shitty films, and instead get back to what special effects were supposed to be there for in the first place.
  • Star Trek: what it teaches film makers about special effects - Den of Geek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.denofgeek.com [Source type: General]

^ In the United States, a provision, which used to be known as an "ipso facto" clause is no longer effective.
  • Motion Picture Production and Distribution--United States Perspective by Paul D. Supnik 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.supnik.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Hence (as Vitruvius points out) arose the necessity for lowering and enlarging the stage. .It is hard to say when this change was made or at what date it was first introduced into Italy (if it did not originate in the west).^ Mario Queiroz, Google's vice president of product management, introduces the Nexus One, which is the company's first foray into direct-to-consumer product sales.
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^ He’s stated that all of the movies he’s made so far have been sequels to other properties and he very well might want to do something original first or instead of.
  • Star Trek Podcast | Trekcast 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.trekcast.com [Source type: General]

^ Unfortunately, neither did Star Trek: The Motion Picture , and it made the original cast look nearly embalmed.
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director's Edition (1979) 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.dvdmg.com [Source type: General]

.The larger of the two theatres at Pompeii dates from the Hellenistic period, but was thrice reconstructed, and it is not clear to what date we are to assign the low stage of Roman pattern; possibly it belongs to the earliest period of the Roman colony at Pompeii founded by Sulla (B.C. 80).^ The site also offers an extensive chronology of theatre, dating back to Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquity, in addition to covering the French Renaissance.
  • French Theatre, Opera & Ballet - The Arts in France 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.discoverfrance.net [Source type: General]

^ There were occasional references to the book over the next few years as a project that was still in the earliest stage of development (no author named or, possibly, chosen).
  • Complete Starfleet Library - Star Trek: The Lost Books 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.well.com [Source type: General]

.The theatre of Pompey (see below) is said by Plutarch to have been copied from that of Mytilene, which suggests that the Roman theatre was derived from a late Greek model; and this is made probable by the existence of transitional forms.^ See more Star Trek concept art, and enter to win a copy of Star Trek: The Art of the Film , below.
  • Star Trek Art Book Maps Evolution of J.J. Abrams’ Reboot | Underwire | Wired.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.wired.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Like I said, can’t see how this helps sell copies to anyone who wasn’t going to get it anyway.
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^ I read the review and decide that I will go to the theatre and pay money to see said movie.
  • Paramount's 'Star Trek' Wins the Award No Film Wanted – RopeofSilicon.com Movie News, Trailers, Reviews and More 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.ropeofsilicon.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

During the Republican period the erection of permanent theatres with seats for the spectators was thought to savour of Greek luxury and to be unworthy of the stern simplicity of the Roman citizens. Thus in 154 B.C. Scipio Nasica induced the senate to demolish the first stone theatre which had been begun by C. Cassius Longinus (" tanquam inutile et nociturum A Roman Fig. 3. - Diagram showing the principle on which the Roman theatre was planned according to Vitruvius.
publicis moribus," Liv. Epit. 48). .Even in 55 B.C., when Pompey began the theatre of which remains still exist in Rome, he thought it wise to place a shrine to Venus Victrix at the top of the cavea, as a sort of excuse for having stone seats below it - the seats theoretically serving as steps to reach the temple.^ This sort of thing innocently happens in old media — even daily newspapers have deadlines after which the info contained therein might as well be set in stone.
  • Film | Epicenter | Wired.com 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC www.wired.com [Source type: General]

^ While the user agent might still need network access to obtain parts of the media resource , the user agent must remain on this step.
  • 4.8.7 The video element — HTML5 (including next generation additions still in development) 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.whatwg.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I wouldn’t be surprised if it did better than the other top 10 films this weekend combined, even with Wolverine still in the mix and the fact that the “X-Men” film is in about 250 more theatres nationwide.
  • Star Trek | Film Misery 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.filmmisery.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

This theatre, which was completed in 52 B.C., is spoken of by Vitruvius as " the stone theatre " par excellence: it is said by Pliny to have held 40,000 people? .It was also used as an amphitheatre for the bloody shows in which the Romans took greater pleasure than in the purer intellectual enjoyment of the drama.^ Thus the D-21 viewfinder always shows an image area larger than the image being recorded, and it can be used even when the camera is not powered up.
  • CINEMATOGRAPHERS - DIGITAL MOTION PICTURE CAMERAS 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.cinematographers.nl [Source type: General]

^ Live Area A camera's viewfinder actually shows (and records on film stock) a greater area of the scene than will appear in the final product.

At its inauguration 500 lions and 20 elephants were killed by gladiators. .Near it two other theatres were erected, one begun by Julius Caesar and finished by Augustus in 13 B.C., under the name of his nephew Marcellus, 3 and another built about the same date by Cornelius Balbus (Suet.^ One will be rated R, while the other will be PG-13.

^ One after another, each collector disappears and a number of other strange occurrences happen during the night.
  • XxxHOLiC the Movie: A Midsummer Night's Dream - Anime News Network 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.animenewsnetwork.com [Source type: General]

^ One summer day, two days after school let out, we had one screen room with an ENTIRE ROW of rude noisemakers, disrupting others and daring the other moviegoers to do something about it.
  • HORROR THRILLER Movie Vault of Feo Amante 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.feoamante.com [Source type: General]

Aug. 29; Pliny, xxxvi. 59). .Scanty remains exist of this last theatre, but the ruins of the theatre of Marcellus are among the most imposing of the buildings of ancient Rome.^ An electronic essay which considers the influence Ancient Rome exerted over the Renaissance theatre.

^ Ancient Rome and English Renaissance Theatre .

A long account is given by Pliny xxxvi. .5 and 114) of a most magnificent temporary theatre built by the aedile M. Aemilius Scaurus in 58 B.C. It is said to have held the incredible number of 80,000 people, and was a work of the most costly splendour.^ The Globe Theater, Bankside in Southwark, London The Globe, built by carpenter Peter Smith and his workers, was the most magnificent theater that London had ever seen and built in 1597 -1598.

^ The most famous Elizabethan playhouse ( theater ) was the Globe Theatre (1599) built by the company in which Shakespeare had a stake - now often referred to as the Shakespearean Globe.

^ As you point yourself, most creative people that wants to eat has to deal with the hard realities and constraints of business people if they want to get paid for their work.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

Still less credible is the account which Pliny gives xxxvi. .116) of two wooden theatres built by C. Curio in 50 B.e., which were made to revolve on pivots, so that the two together could form an amphitheatre in the afternoon, after having been used as two separate theatres in the morning.^ He intends to stay a virgin until they are together again, but soon finds himself using sex to mitigate the pain of their separation, engaging in 622 affairs .

^ The amphitheatres were similar in design, so the picture of the Swan Theatre can be used a good guide to the structure of the old Globe.

^ I thought using Nimoy to tie the two together was a great idea, and the time travel theme is certainly consistent with past Star Trek episodes.
  • BLAST-OFF! ‘Star Trek’ Opens To $26.8M Friday, $27.4M Saturday, $21.2M Sunday = $79.3M Weekend (Incl $4M Thursday): Attracted Audience Well Beyond Trekkies – Deadline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.deadline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.All Roman provincial towns of any importance possessed at least one theatre; many of these are partly preserved.^ Beginning with the first one which was difficult, to say the least, because of all the technical problems we had.
  • Filmtracks: Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Jerry Goldsmith) 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.filmtracks.com [Source type: General]

^ Its special historic value as one of the few remaining examples of early French theatres was preserved by loving restoration in 1999.
  • French Theatre, Opera & Ballet - The Arts in France 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.discoverfrance.net [Source type: General]

^ I’m giving her all she’s got captain!” One of the many fine and very well done nods to the original .
  • Star Trek Art Book Maps Evolution of J.J. Abrams’ Reboot | Underwire | Wired.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.wired.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

On Huelsen has shown that this statement is exaggerated, and estimates the number of spectators at 9000 to 10,000.
3 According to Livy (xl. .51), the theatre of Marcellus was built on the site of an earlier one erected by Aemilius Lepidus.^ Voltaire's Little Theatre Built in 1735 by the playwright in the attic of his private residence, Voltaire's Little Theatre at the Château Cirey is one of the oldest stages in France.
  • French Theatre, Opera & Ballet - The Arts in France 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.discoverfrance.net [Source type: General]

^ The site of the old Globe theatre was rediscovered in the 20th century and a reconstruction of a New Globe Theatre has been built near the spot.

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.Photo A. M. Woodward. Aspendus, Interior Of The Upper Gallery Of The Theatre.^ Edward Albee Silo Theatre (click here for The Goat photo gallery--off-site) .

Photo, R. Elsey Smith. .Photo, A. M. Woodward. Athens, Principal Seats In The Theatre Of Dionysus.^ Vintage exterior view of the Fox (circa 1928) Photo courtesy of the public domain Opened as the West Coast Redlands Theatre in 1928, and had a seating capacity for 1,505.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Aspendus, The Stage Wall.
Interior Of Theatre, Orange. Photo, Mansell & Co. Pl. II. will be found reproductions of two of the most important - that of Aspendus in Pamphylia, which illustrates the Eastern type showing Hellenistic influence, and that of Arausio (Orange) in South Gaul. .Covered theatres were sometimes built, whether on account of climatic conditions (as at Aosta) or more commonly for musical performances.^ Chicago theater events schedule, theatre district show schedules, dates for performances, list of musicals, drama, comedy shows .
  • Chicago theater events schedule, theatre district show schedules, dates for performances, list of musicals, drama, comedy shows 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

^ The All-American Rejects - New Music - More Music Videos Check out this video of The All-American Rejects performing on MTV's It's On with Alexa Chung .
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These latter were generally called Odea (Gr. cv8eiov, a place for singing). The best preserved is the Odeum of Herodes Atticus, at the south-west angle of the Athenian Acropolis, which has a semicircular orchestra. .It was built in the reign of Hadrian by Herodes Atticus,' a very wealthy Greek, who spent enormous sums in beautifying the city of Athens, in honour of his wife Regilla.^ Boal, who speaks softly and with a hint of dryness, lives in Seattle with his wife, Kelly Cass, a former City Ballet dancer, and their three children.
  • Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.thestranger.com [Source type: General]

.Its cavea, which is excavated in the rock, held about 6000 people; it was connected with the great Dionysiac theatre by a long and lofty porticus or stoa, of which considerable remains still exist, probably a late restoration of the stoa built by Eumenes II. of Pergamum.^ People have been talking about BSG lately and its reboot because of this one.
  • Star Trek Review - Film Junk 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.filmjunk.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ On my way out of the theatre, and in the bathroom after the show, people were raving about the movie.
  • BLAST-OFF! ‘Star Trek’ Opens To $26.8M Friday, $27.4M Saturday, $21.2M Sunday = $79.3M Weekend (Incl $4M Thursday): Attracted Audience Well Beyond Trekkies – Deadline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.deadline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ A trumpet was sounded to announce to people that the play was about to begin at the Globe Theatre in order for people to take their final places.

.It was also a common practice to build a small covered theatre in the neighbourhood of an open one, where performances might take place in bad weather.^ I'm in Redlands today (8/10/02) attending the 30th anniversary of the Redlands Theatre Festival, and I stopped to actually take a walk around the building.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Fan based fiction based in the "Star Trek" universe is pretty common, but this is one small step above that.
  • Star Trek - Duane Dudek: Dudek on Film 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.jsonline.com [Source type: General]

^ Not bad when you consider many contests take on a "there can be only one" philosophy.
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We have an example of this at Pompeii. .The Romans used scenery and stage effects of more elaboration than was the custom in Greece.^ Hope to see further examples and interviews that give more specifics as to their contribution to Star Trek and what other tools were used (After effects, etc).
  • The Flash Blog » OOOii brings Flash and AIR to Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC theflashblog.com [Source type: General]

^ Score and effects came off stronger, Surrounds were utilized more often than anticipated and gave the action sequences some life.
  • Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy DVD Review 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.dvdizzy.com [Source type: General]

^ And the plot is driven not only by the characters but by the effect that the technology (or more accurately the use the technology is put to) has on them.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

Vitruvius (iii. .7) mentions three sorts of movable scenery: - (r) for the tragic drama, façades with columns representing public buildings; (2) for comic plays, private houses with practicable windows and balconies; 2 and (3) for the satyric drama; rustic scenes, with mountains, caverns and trees.^ The times I went up to the balcony, I always took in the awe of the beautifully painted half-columns framing the stage housing the screen.
  • Cinema Treasures | Fox Theatre 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC cinematreasures.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ While art museums must cajole the public to attend (often relying on public funds to stay in operation), the movie theaters play each weekend to packed houses.
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^ Scenes were played out from various families' experiences in Down n' Out Productions' comedy, The Dining Room , in Toronto's Campbell House Museum.
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Bibliography.-By far the fullest account of the Greek theatre is given in Dorpfeld and Reisch, Das griechische Theater (Athens, 1896). Its main thesis is, however, rejected by many archaeologists on the grounds stated above. .Puchstein, Die griechische Biihne, endeavours to prove that a stone theatre was built at Athens in the 5th century B.C., and that the proscenium usually supposed to be Hellenistic dates from the time of Lycurgus (above).^ The site of the old Globe theatre was rediscovered in the 20th century and a reconstruction of a New Globe Theatre has been built near the spot.

^ Old Globe Theater Timeline - Time line of original theatre built 1599 and re - built 1614 - key dates .

^ N.Y. Times "You can go into the Royale Theatre stone cold sober and come out a couple of hours later drunk from laughter."

.For English readers the best account of the Greek;theatre is to be found in A. E. Haigh's Attic Theatre (3rd ed., revised by A. W. Pickard-Cambridge, 1907), where a bibliography of the voluminous literature of recent times is given.^ It features the newest releases in theatres and shows you what times during the movie are the best to sneak out.
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^ The Best Dancers in the Movies A look at Bollywood actors playing reel-time dancers in recent times.
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^ Desstruxion - December 9, 2009 I recently found my original die cast metal Enterprise from the original movie era in a box in the attic.
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Albert Miiller's Lehrbuch der griechischen Buhnenaltertilmer (Freiburg, 1886) is indispensable to the student. For the Roman theatre reference may be made to Durm, Baukunst der Romer, ed. 2, pp. 645 ff.
.(J. H. M.; H. S. J.) THE Modern Theatre During the middle ages miracle plays with sacred scenes were the favourite kind of drama; no special buildings were erected for these, as they were represented either in churches or in temporary booths.^ The elderly and middle aged men were played by elderly and middle aged men.

^ To coincide with the V&A's Cold War Modern exhibition, a fascinating look at creative efforts either side of the Iron Curtain during the infamous global standoff, we've… .
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^ And since we don't see Lockheed-Boeing engineers wandering the decks during shake-down tests of Enterprise D, I suppose they're not capitalists, either.

.In the 16th century the revival of the secular drama, which, in the reign of Elizabeth, formed so important a part of the literature of England, was carried on in tents, wooden sheds, or courtyards of inns, mostly by strolling actors of a very low class.^ Elizabeth (1998): A chronicle of the early years of her reign, Elizabeth is a brilliant recreation of the 16th century.
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^ I told J.J. that John was a versatile actor, that I had seen him do comedy and very serious drama and I thought that he would be wonderful.
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^ Plays and Propaganda Strolling players of actors had been popular for centuries in England but as there were no initial regulations it was possible to use plays as a vehicle for propaganda.

It was not till towards the close of the century that a permanent building was constructed and licensed for dramatic representations, under the management of Shakespeare and Burbage.
.The first building specially erected in London for dramatic purposes was built in 1576-77 by the actor James Burbage.^ James Burbage had obtained a 21 year lease with permission to build the first playhouse, aptly named ' The Theatre '.

^ Shakespeare received approximately 10% of the profit although he had a 20% stake holding in the troupe as James Burbage owned the lease for the land that the Globe theater was built on.

^ The History of the Globe Theater History of Elizabethan London Theaters - including the Globe Theatre The first proper theater as we know it was called the Theatre, built at Shoreditch, London in 1576 and the owner was James Burbage.

.It was constructed of timber, and stood in Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, till 1598, when it was pulled down; it was known as " The Theatre " par excellence. Of almost equally early date was the " Curtain " theatre, also in Shoreditch; so called from the plot of ground, known as " The Curten," on which it stood.^ Equal Rights Washington will-call table at the Paramount Theatre (while supplies last).
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^ Call (727) 446-5898 to make reservations for the Early Bird Dinner Theatre .

^ The players decided to pull down The Theatre and transport the timber to a new Theater site on Bankside in Southwark.

It probably continued in use till the general closing of theatres by order of the parliament in 1642. The " Globe " theatre, famous for its association with Shakespeare, was built by James Burbage, who used the materials of " The Theatre," in the year 1J99. Its site was in Southwark, in the Bankside, near the " Bear Gardens." It was an octagonal structure of wood, with lath and plaster between the main framework. .It was burnt in 1613, rebuilt, and finally pulled down and its site built over This theatre was not begun when Pausanias wrote his book Attica, and was complete when he wrote the Achaica (see Paus.^ Bits: Amazon has pulled Macmillan titles from its site in a disagreement over e-book pricing.

^ The Usual Suspects " Once again, my comprehension began to slip, and finally I wrote down: "To the degree that I do understand, I don't care."
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^ Bits: Amazon Pulls Macmillan Books from Its Site .

vii. 20). It is illustrated in Mon. Inst. vi., plate 16.
2 These are shown on Graeco-Roman vases of the latest type, with paintings of burlesque parodies of mythological stories.
in 1644. Its name was derived from its sign of Atlas supporting the globe. .Near it were two less important theatres, " The Rose," opened in 1592 by Henslowe, and " The Swan " (see below), opened in 1598 and partly owned also by Henslowe; like the Globe, the latter was an octagonal wood-and-plaster building.^ Just like TNRC75, I USED to think that Redlands was in the middle of nowhere, but after seeing downtown Redlands today, with the new businesses and the younger families that are moving here, I'm convinced that people would come to that theatre if it were re-opened.
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^ We have managed to see every Star Trek film together as a couple on opening weekend since the film franchise lost with Star Trek: The Motion less Picture in 1979.
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^ In 1929, it was renamed Fox Theatre The theatre had a foty foot wide proscenium opening and a thirty two feet deep stage.
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The " Blackfriars " theatre, another of the Burbages' ventures, was built in 1596, near the old Dominican friary. .The " Fortune " theatre was built by Edward Alleyn, the actor, in 1 599, at a cost, including the site, of X1320. It stood between Whitecross Street and Golding Lane.^ Southern Theatres operates the Site on behalf of theatres under its management, specifically including the theatres referenced on the Site ("Theatres").

^ Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place Water Tower Place 175 East Chestnut Street Chicago, IL 60611 The newest addition to Chicagos world famous theatre scene, Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place!
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It stood as late as 1819, when a drawing of it was given by Wilkinson (Londina illustrata, 1819). The " Red Bull " theatre was probably originally the galleried court of an inn, which was adapted for dramatic purposes towards the close of Elizabeth's reign. Other early theatres were the " Hope " or " Paris Garden " theatre, the " Whitefriars " and " Salisbury Court " theatres, and the " Newington " theatre. .A curious panoramic view of London, engraved by Visscher in 1616, shows the Globe, the Hope and the Swan theatres.^ Artistic director Robin Lane will choreograph and direct Entusiasmo!: A Show About Hope at the Newmark Theatre.
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^ Richard Kurt in Biography (S. N. Behrman) directed by Noel Coward with Ina Claire at the Globe Theatre, London.

.The plan of the first English theatres appears to have had no connexion with those of classical times, as was the case in Italy: it was evidently produced in an almost accidental way by the early custom of erecting a temporary platform or stage in the middle of the open courtyard of an inn, in which the galleries all round the court formed boxes for the chief spectators, while the poorer part of the audience stood in the court on all sides of the central stage.^ It was in no way the original accident.
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^ Open AAKA: Opens, Opened, Opening The time at which a movie is first released in theatres.

^ Here, we pay tribute to those awkward teens with the gall to put it all on the line even as it becomes obvious they have no skills to speak of.
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.Something similar to this arrangement, unsuitable though it now seems, was reproduced even in buildings, such as the Globe, the Fortune and the Swan, which were specially designed for the drama.^ Wondering how such a thing could have occurred, Hiro explains that on The Next Generation , a transporter accident caused something similar to happen.
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^ In the hectic atmosphere of a horror movie or a thriller, a studio set may pass unnoticed, even though it would seem disconcertingly artificial in another film.
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^ The "aliens look like us and speak english" though, is partly about what is possible with special effects/makeup, partly about what the "viewer" will accept, and partly about how we make a drama.
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.In these and other early theatres there was a central platform for the stage, surrounded by seats except on one side, where there was a " green-room " or " tireynge-howse."^ There's about 15 seats on opposite sides, and a large, wooden table in the centre becomes the focal point of the hilarity that ensues....
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^ There’s a sense in this story that no other Star Trek story of the era (that being the early ’90s) ever really achieved; these characters had careers that stretched back decades, and they had history that lived and breathed as they did.
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^ There’s a significant pause, long enough for the scrambled transportees to arrive on the transporters pads and die pretty much instantly, then one imagines the people in the other transporter room still staring in horror as the dialogue takes place.
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.The upper galleries or boxes completely surrounded the stage, even the space over the green-room being occupied by boxes.^ Which by the way was created and made a punishable law before I (and I assume many people) even knew it was being discussed or completely understood its implications.
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^ There have been even fewer non-fiction space movies, with Apollo 13 being the first truely successful one.
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.This being the arrangement, it is easy to see why the octagonal plan was selected in most cases, though not in all - the Fortune theatre, for example, was square.^ I have plans to see the others though.
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^ Faces of all kinds are easy to see.
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^ One of the funnest things about this very fun film was getting to see Cam Gigandet, who stars as the villian, being all James-y.
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.An interesting specification and contract for the building of the Fortune theatre (see below) is printed by Halliwell-Phillipps (op.^ I had neither the money or the interest in seeing it when it was in theatres, so I promptly forgot the whole thing.
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^ TOURS- If you are interested in visiting some of Chicago's theatres and getting a backstage look, see our list of Chicago Theatre Tours .
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cit. infra,
p. 164). .In all its details the Fortune is specified to be like the Globe, except that it is to be square in plan, and with timbers of heavier scantling.^ Except, like in the first part, there's a twist to it all.
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^ Except where otherwise specified, the task source for all the tasks queued in this section and its subsections is the media element event task source .
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^ He loves all the little details and commits them to memory like a databasing comic book guy.
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The walls are to be of wood and plaster, the roof tiled, with lead gutters, the stage of oak, with a " shadow " or cover over it, and the " tireynge-howse " to have glazed windows. Two sorts of boxes are mentioned, viz., " gentlemen's roomes " and " twoopennie roomes." .A woodcut showing this arrangement of the interior is given in a collection of plays edited by Kirkman in 1672. The vexed question of the construction of these theatres has been much discussed in recent years.^ Rude Mechanicals-A Theatre Collective Austin, TX $12,000 To support the development, creation, and production of The Method Gun , a new play by Kirk Lynn.
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^ The Doane College Theatre Department had its most impressive showing in the college's history at the recent Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Overland Park, Kan.
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^ The reprint rights have been inactive for many years, but were recently exercised by IDW Publishing for a collection of all Star Trek: TOS film comic adaptations .
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In 1888 a drawing of the Swan theatre (fig. .4), apparently copied from a rough drawing in a London letter from the traveller Johannes de Witt, was discovered by Dr Karl Gaedertz in a manuscript volume in the Utrecht University library, consisting of the commonplace book of Arend van Buchell (1565-164,).^ The books mentioned on this page are available for public use in the Michigan State University Libraries .
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^ A London editor from Macmillan Publishing was visiting a friend at Viking and heard about Dr. Cussler manuscript.
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.While undoubtedly authentic, and probably broadly accurate, this copied sketch cannot be accepted, however, as giving the regular or typical plan of the contemporary theatre, as in some respects it does not fulfil the known conditions of the stage.^ However, to give the devil his due, Abrams really did capture the essence of the characters, and even expands on some of them.
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^ However, the velocity of light does impose some limits on communication even within a solar system.
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.What that typical plan was, if (as is probable) one actually existed, has led to much learned conjecture and great difference of opinion as regards the details required by the interpretation of contemporary stage directions on the necessities of the action in contemporary drama.^ The real drama was offstage at Monday night’s rehearsal reading of “Much Ado About Nothing” at the Classic Stage Company, after a member of the audience rose and wandered in the direction of the actors’ dressing rooms while the performers were working on the piece.

^ Uhura informs Kirk that she has been listening to further broadcasts from the planet and believes that they are actually followers of “the Son of God.” One could interpret this to mean that Christianity does not exist in the 23 rd century leading to their confusion.
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^ BOOKfan Wow, I really hope this one is better than the first, but they will probably have to change alot because they left out so many details in Twilight.
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The ingenious reconstruction (fig. .5), drawn by W. H. Godfrey in 1907, of the Fortune theatre, following the builder's specification, appears to approach very nearly to satisfying all the requirements.^ After taking a refresher course in English, he launched his first book that introduced Pitt and most all of his characters who appeared in the upcoming novels to follow afterwards.
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^ Peter was listening to all of this very quietly, and then he and I had the following conversation (I'm paraphrasing, because I don't have a vampire's perfect recall): .
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^ Transfer students must satisfy the same major requirements as students who take all of their course work in the School of Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts.
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.(See " The Elizabethan Stage," in the Quarterly Review (London), April 1908.) In the 16th and 17th centuries a favourite kind of theatrical representation was in the form of " masques," with processions of grotesquely attired actors and temporary scenic effects of great splendour and mechanical ingenuity.^ The program in motion picture, television, and recording arts is still in its formative stages, and as such is under constant review and subject to change.
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^ See All the Latest Reviews KENWOOD KRF-V6300d RECEIVER Reviewed by littledog this unit is great looking and has got all the dolby and dts surround effects .
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In the reigns of James I.
and .Charles I., Ben Jonson and the architect Inigo Jones worked together in the production of these " masques," Jonson writing the words and Inigo Jones devising the scenic effects, the latter being very costly and complicated, with gorgeous buildings, landscapes, and clouds or mountains, which opened to display mimic deities, thrown into relief by coloured lights.^ I t’s a demo of a very Minority Report-like computer interface that is being demonstrated for use in video post-production.
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^ The original release was so rushed that very little in terms of ambient sound and special effects audio elements were done on the sound mix amongst other production elements.
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^ And to get into any of these series works requires investing tens or hundreds of hours in them.
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.These masques were a form of opera, in which Ben Jonson's words were set to music.^ Performing Arts may include dance, music, theater, experimental music performance, experimental opera, spoken word, theater/performance art and interdisciplinary projects.
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.Ben Jonson received no more for his libretto than Inigo Jones did for his scenic devices, and was not unnaturally annoyed at the secondary place which he was made to occupy: he therefore revenged himself by writing severe satires on Inigo Jones and the system which placed the literary and mechanical parts of the opera on the same footing.^ The first entry in the revised Trek continuity did a more-than-respectable $257 million domestically, but those are Batman Begins numbers.
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^ That comment seems uncalled for and more of an attempt on your part to say something provocative and mean than anything else.
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^ In Star Wars, it is due to engine malfunction, which is really a LOT more common than what they did in the new Star Trek, with Sulu forgetting something, which is a lot more funny.
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.In an autograph MS. which still exists this satirical line occurs- " Painting and carpentry are the soul of masque " (see Cunningham, Life of Inigo Jones, London, 1848).^ My husband and I still watch reruns of TOS, but each time I see a rerun of TNG, my soul dies just a little bit.
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In Italy, during the 16th century, the drama occupied a more important position, and several theatres were erected, professedly on the model of the classic theatre of Vitruvius. .One of these, the Teatro Olimpico at Vicenza, still exists; it was designed by Palladio, but was not completed till 1584, four years after his death.^ The story is an intriguing one — focusing on a college professor (Firth) falling apart in the wake of the death of his lover of many years (played in flashback by Matthew Goode).
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^ Academy board members serve three-year terms, while officers serve one-year terms, with a maximum of four consecutive terms in any one office.
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^ The lioness was ten years old, one male was four and the other was a teenager at fifteen.
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.It has an architectural scena, with various orders of columns, rows of Statues in niches, and the three doors of the classic theatre; but the whole is painted with strong perspective effects which are very unclassical in spirit.^ Uhura orders a Klabnian Fire Tea , three Budweiser Classics , two Cardassian Sunrises , a Slusho , and a Jack Daniel's at the Shipyard Bar .
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Scamozzi, Palladio's pupil, who completed the Teatro Olimpico, FIG. 4. - Swan Theatre; from Sidney Lee's Life of William Shakespeare, by permission.
built another pseudo-classical theatre in .1588 at Sabbionetta for the duke Vespasiano Gonzaga, but this does not now exist.^ Now on the other hand, the old timeline does no longer exist insofar as that there will be no more original timeline stories told.
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.In France the miracle play developed into the secular drama rather earlier than in England.^ Rather than throw special effects at the experience, the crew is rendered unconscious and a surreal bit of Altered States effect transitions them into the past.
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^ It teaches us to be suspicious of institutions, miracles and deities, and rather to trust in the goodness of humankind and our potential to use science and secular philosophies to solve our problems.
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^ It would have been much more affective had Kirk played it straight, rather than being just a snot.
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In the reign of Louis XI., about 1467, the " Brothers of the Passion " had a theatre which was partly religious and partly satirical. .In the 16th century Catherine de' Medici is said to have spent incredible sums on the dresses and scenery for the representation of the Italian ballet; and in the middle of the 17th century the regular opera was introduced at Paris.^ Setting: 17th Century France. Role: Baron de Sigognac/Capitaine Fracasse.

^ Setting:17th Century France. Role: Christian de Neuvillette .

^ Elizabeth LeCompte will direct La Didonei , adapted from Francesco Cavalli's 16th-century opera.
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.At the end of the 18th century the theatres of San Carlo at Naples, La Scala at Milan, and La Fenice at Venice were the finest in Europe; all these were rebuilt in the 19th century, FIG. 5. - The Fortune Theatre; restoration of Walter H. Godfrey.^ After the apocalyptic ending to the human race all that is left in the world is the machines that were created by the humans and these nine little figures.
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^ We have theatre tickets to Las Vegas, Boston, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and much more.
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^ (It was so sad at the end) *sob* but i watched more of these and i loved them all especially The Go-Getter!
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but have been eclipsed by the later theatres of .London, Paris, St Petersburg and other great cities of Europe and America, both in size and architectural splendour.^ Sergei, a native of St. Petersburg, Russia, immigrated to America in 1991.

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- .Much valuable information about the early theatres of London is given by Wilkinson, Londina illustrate (1819), in which are engravings of some of them.^ The "intimate" scene was nothing, lasting a few nanoseconds, and it pretty much went over my kid´s head -- it seems that some parents are making much ado about nothing.

^ I didn't really care about any of the humans on display here, and I actively disliked Kirk, the only one who was given much attention.

^ If Republicans don't have any cannonballs they just stuff a wheel of parm in there and let fly, so let's not worry too much about handing over some spares.

See also Collier, Hist. of .Dramatic Poetry (1879); Halliwell-Phillipps, Life of Shakespeare (1883); R. Lowe, Life of T. Betterton; Malone, History of the Stage (1790), republished by Boswell in 1821; the publications of the New Shakspere Society; the Ninth Report of the Historical MSS. Commission; and a series of articles on early London theatres, by T. F. Ordish, in The Antiquary, vols.^ The prize "was conceived by the National Theatre Studio and the director Marianne Elliott as a response to the lack of opportunities currently available to directors at this early stage in their careers."
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^ Star Trek: Unity (fan film series) - Star Trek Expanded Universe - Fan fiction, RPG, fan films Wikia Entertainment Create a new wiki Log in Create an account Star Trek Expanded Universe Edit this page History Share this article Article Discussion .
  • Star Trek: Unity (fan film series) - Star Trek Expanded Universe - Fan fiction, RPG, fan films 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC stexpanded.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ More interesting Star Trek news is the story that they recently discovered an early pilot of the series that was believed to be lost.

xi., xii. and xiv. (1885-86). .On the problems connected with the construction of the Elizabethan theatre, see Dr Cecil Brodmeier, Die Shakespeare-Biihne nach den alten Biihneranweisungen (Weimar, 1904); Dr Paul Monkemeyer, Prolegomena einer Darstellung der Englischen Volksbiihne zur Elizabeth and Stuart Zeit (Leipzig, 1905); Dr Richard Wegener, Die Buhneneinrichtung des Shakespeareschen Theaters nach dem zeitgenossischen drama (Halle, 1907); George F. Reynolds, Some Principles of Elizabethan Staging (Chicago University, 1905); E. K. Chambers, " The Stage of the Globe," in vol.^ See our Chicago Theatre Center for other theater information.
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

^ Here are some pictures of what you will see on your way to the theatre.

^ After a "summer with the Bears" he went on to receive an MBA from The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and pursued a business career while writing stage and screenplays.

x. of the .Stratford Shakespeare (1904); Victor E. Albright, A Typical Shakesperian Stage (New York, 1908).^ The Texas native studied at Julliard before moving to New York to begin his professional career on stage.
  • FireflyWiki.org | Firefly / Serenity Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.fireflywiki.org [Source type: General]

^ It's an old and sour saw in Seattle theater: the shortest route from the fringe to the big stages is through New York .
  • Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.thestranger.com [Source type: General]

^ New York, NY $40,000 To support the production of a play and the tour of a Shakespeare play.
  • NEA: 2007 GRANT AWARDS: Access to Artistic Excellence - Theater 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.nea.gov [Source type: General]

.(J. H. M.; H. CH.) Modern Stage Mechanism A movement known as " Stage Reform " originated in Austria about 1880, with the primary object of encouraging the greatest possible imitation of nature in the presentation of opera and drama.^ Primary Stages presents this new work about a chance encounter in a hotel that threatens to upend a woman’s life.
  • Theater Listings - Jan. 29 — Feb. 4 - Schedule - NYTimes.com 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.nytimes.com [Source type: General]

^ Originally presented under the title Star Trek , it has in recent years become known as Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS) or as "Classic Trek" — retronyms that distinguish it from its sequels and the franchise as a whole.
  • Star Trek - un knol de Arnaldo Rosa 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC knol.google.com [Source type: General]

^ The story is a fictional presentation based upon a stage production, originally written and performed by BYU professor Barta Heiner.
  • LDS Film|Movies by Latter-day Saints|LDS Videos|Utah filmmakers 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC www.ldsfilm.com [Source type: General]

.The rudiments of art as understood by painters, sculptors, architects and the cultured public of the day were to be applied to the stage, and a true scenic art was to take the place of the nondescript mounting previously given.^ Background Artist AKA: Scenic Artist, Backgrounds A person responsible for designing or constructing the art placed at the rear of a set.

^ Abrams film doesn't contain something to do with the Kobayashi Maru given that it supposedly takes place right as Kirk leaves the Academy.
  • Star Trek I, II, III Reviews | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: General]

^ Learning that my beloved characters would be given a cinematic resurrection was a nerdy dream come true, and I was there opening day ready to be swept away.
  • Big Hollywood » Blog Archive » ‘Star Trek’ Flicks — Worst to Best: Part 1 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC bighollywood.breitbart.com [Source type: General]

.To facilitate the efforts of the scenic artist, the fullest application of modern science, notably of mechanics and hydraulics, and the introduction of up-to-date methods of lighting were considered essential.^ "It was so mechanical that we had science consultants who would just come up with the words for us and we'd just write 'tech' in the script.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ Later, Paramount was reportedly considering bumping up the film's release date one or two days or moving it to 19 December 2008.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

^ But, on a deeper, more critical level, modern science fiction in mass media (essentially, non-literary works), is primarily anti-science Luddism.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

The numerous fatal conflagrations which had originated on the stage caused the question of protection from fire to be closely associated with this movement, .??,I ?:? .;.
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and the enterprise made great headway, more particularly on account of the protective measures against fire proposed soon after the burning of the old Ring Theatre at Vienna. .The movement gradually developed throughout Austria and Germany and spread beyond the frontiers of these countries.^ Many hospitals all over the country have these chambers and can help stop the spreading of these types of infections from bites.

^ The Klingons, 13 a race of violent warriors and the foil for the Enterprise crew throughout the Original Series have their religion further developed in The Next Generation and beyond.
  • Any Gods Out There?
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.Concurrently, independent movements originated elsewhere, and from 1885 to 1895 a transitional period may be said to have existed for the stage, both in Europe and in the United States, but by the close of the 19th century the necessity for reform was recognized in every country.^ Obviously as a member of the human race who was raised in the United States, I've been exposed to the original television show and many of its different iterations.
  • Star Trek Review 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.buzzsugar.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Brian Says: May 19th, 2009 at 7:51 pm After The Final Battle, the Enterprise gets too close to the black hole!
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ The play presents the story of two women infected with HIV in two countries, the United States and Zimbabwe.
  • NEA: 2007 GRANT AWARDS: Access to Artistic Excellence - Theater 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.nea.gov [Source type: General]

.During the transitional time various unsatisfactory experiments were made, some of the boldest experiments proving costly failures, yet serving, because of such features as were valuable, as a basis for further developments.^ If you have just completed film school, it is to your advantage to take some time and build up work experience before applying to the program.
  • Michigan State University Libraries - Film Grants 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC staff.lib.msu.edu [Source type: General]

^ Every time I see any of the extended scenes that have been made available featuring Mr. Urban's spot on performance of McCoy, I am just filled with sadness because I see what could have been.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

^ Feature-film writers usually have many years of experience and work on a freelance basis.
  • Motion Picture and Video Industries 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.bls.gov [Source type: General]

.Great Britain and France were almost the last countries touched by this movement, although in England throughout the 'nineties there was considerable improvement in actual scenic art and stage-mounting, as far as this could be brought about without the aid of improved stage mechanism.^ (Although I could have done without the destruction of Vulcan) .
  • Star Trek Now Top Domestic Grossing Film of 2009 (& #4 Globally) | TrekMovie.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC trekmovie.com [Source type: General]

^ Without this aid, there will be no site.
  • Z Video Productions 17 January 2010 3:44 UTC www.zmag.org [Source type: General]

^ Then there's the planet/moon Spock prime was marooned on which was close enough to Vulcan that you could watch the world die without optical aids yet wasn't affected by the black hole being that close by.
  • Star Trek Movie Download in iPod Quality 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.moviepro.net [Source type: General]

.Among those primarily responsible for this new epoch in scenic art in Great Britain were Sir Henry Irving and Mr Beerbohm Tree, both actor-managers, Mr Hubert von Herkomer, R.A., Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A., and Mr Edwin O. Sachs, architect.^ Background Artist AKA: Scenic Artist, Backgrounds A person responsible for designing or constructing the art placed at the rear of a set.

^ Many classical composers have used themes of their predecessors in new ways to create fantasias on those themes that depart from the original in both style & intent.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

^ I've read some reviews that say fans and those new to the Star Trek will both like it, but as a fan of the original Star Trek (I even own a Tribble), Star Trek TNG,...
  • Star Trek - Cinema, Movie, Film Reviews - Review by Mike Sheridan | Entertainment.ie Ireland 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC entertainment.ie [Source type: General]

.Although almost last in the application of stage reform in its best sense, England really completed the experimental period with the modernization of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where, by the opening of the season of 1 9 oz, the directorate were provided with the latest improvements of mechanical skill for the almost complete re-equipment of stage scenery.^ And then the part where Giacchino’s music is pulsing and the Star Trek symbol rotates and you realize you’re in for the best Star Trek movie ever…unforgettable!
  • Star Trek Art Book Maps Evolution of J.J. Abrams’ Reboot | Underwire | Wired.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.wired.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Media Fund open call is seeking public television projects at the research & development, production or completion stage.
  • Michigan State University Libraries - Film Grants 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC staff.lib.msu.edu [Source type: General]

^ Or if you’re feeling really ambitious, you might turn out a full-blown production complete with mind-bending plot twists and a surprise ending.
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.This work of remodelling was carried out by the Grand Opera Syndicate, with Mr Edwin O. Sachs as technical adviser and architect.^ Regardless of what I think of his other work, I know enough of opera to know that he was talking out of this ass on that one.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Modern mechanism has also been applied at the Apollo Theatre, London, where, however, the stage equipment was bodily imported from the Continent and does not include any mechanically or electrically driven parts, manual labour alone being used.^ ET • Robert Moss, who led Syracuse Stage and Hangar Theatre, takes acting part 5:51 a.m.
  • Movies News Reviews Trailers Show Times for CNY - Syracuse.com 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.syracuse.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
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^ Ezra - May 7th, 2009 at 2:29 pm Um… the discussion of bad parts in V does not include God being a floating alien head with "Raiders of the Lost Ark" ghosts jumping all around it?
  • Big Hollywood » Blog Archive » ‘Star Trek’ Flicks — Worst to Best: Part 1 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC bighollywood.breitbart.com [Source type: General]

^ IF you can’t get that part right, then you’re screwed at the blueprint stage, let alone unveiling the building you construct on those blueprints.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

.The stage mechanism which was employed in the equipment of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, embodies the Sachs system of dividing the stagefloor into a few large sections and working them with the aid of electrical power, the Brandt system of counter-weighting for the suspension of all scenery from above, the application of light in four colours by electricity, and the designing of all scenery to accord as much as possible with nature, the whole mounting being built up on the basis of a flat stage as distinct from the sloping stage of old.^ I think it ends up being that much more powerful.
  • redblog: Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blog.redbox.com [Source type: General]

^ IMHO, the interview itself doesn’t actually shed much light on things at all– I would have liked to have seen some of there stuff a little closer up, but hey, what can you do.
  • The Flash Blog » OOOii brings Flash and AIR to Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC theflashblog.com [Source type: General]

^ Think about it: Janeway from the future (Endgame) said that Starfleet had pretty much abandoned the prime directive, so it would open up many possibilities for forces within Starfleet to get into trouble by messing with the natural progression of technology.
  • J.J. Abrams directs Star Trek movie - TV.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.tv.com [Source type: General]

.The classification of stages generally, both home and foreign, whether for the production of opera or plays, should be made as follows: wood stages, wood and iron stages, and iron Mechan- stages, with subdivisions according to the power chiefly employed in working the appliances.^ Rude Mechanicals-A Theatre Collective Austin, TX $12,000 To support the development, creation, and production of The Method Gun , a new play by Kirk Lynn.
  • NEA: 2007 GRANT AWARDS: Access to Artistic Excellence - Theater 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.nea.gov [Source type: General]

^ The ship's interior was made of six pieces that could be rearranged to create a different room, thus allowing the production to utilize a single stage for the set.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

^ Pig Iron Theatre Company Philadelphia, PA $15,000 To support the creation and production of a new work with the working title Chekhov Lizardbrain .
  • NEA: 2007 GRANT AWARDS: Access to Artistic Excellence - Theater 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.nea.gov [Source type: General]

These subsections are: manual labour, hydraulics and electricity. Owing to the almost entire absence of steam for motor power in connexion with stage machinery, a separate subdivision for appliances where steam is employed is not required. With the wood stage and the wood and iron stage manual labour alone is utilized. .But in the iron stage manual labour, hydraulic power and electric power are either used individually, or a combination of any two or three of these classes is applied.^ Fittingly, these films allow the respective musicians to use the cinematic medium as either reinforcement or subversion of their pop image.
  • SLAM ONLINE | » Motion Picture Seasons 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.slamonline.com [Source type: General]

^ Using Spock's information might allow the Federation to easily defeat several powerful enemies, avert several dangerous crises, and save many individual lives.

^ Class and labor issues combine and boil over into a powerful film.
  • Flak Film Archives 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC www.flakmag.com [Source type: General]

.The first series of stages built in accordance with the principles of Stage Reform was erected on what was termed the " asphaleia " system, in which, direct hydraulic power was utilized throughout.^ The first choice to direct the film was Juan Jose Campanella , who directed many of the series' best episodes, but he had a scheduling conflict and couldn't do it.
  • Strangers With Candy: The Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.jerriblank.com [Source type: General]

.The stagefloor is divided into innumerable small sections supported on rams (some working telescopically), whilst everything suspended from above is also worked mechanically by hydraulic power.^ And since planets are really, really small, Kirk gets chased into Spock by some CGI monsters.
  • Star Trek » Matt Legend Gemmell 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC mattgemmell.com [Source type: General]

.Notable examples are the Budapest Opera House and the Municipal Theatre at Halle.^ Winnetka Theatre Matz Hall at Winnetka Community House 620 Lincoln Ave.
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

.The next type is that of the stage of the Court Theatre, Vienna, which, although based to a considerable extent on the " asphaleia " system, showed somewhat larger sections.^ Although the serties is supposed to be based on the Sawyer novel, you only have to read the Wikipedia synopsis to see that the TV plot is already diverging considerably from the book.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ Star Trek: Voyager premiered on January 16 , 1995 to considerable initial excitement, although reactions to the show were mixed.
  • Star Trek - Fan History Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.fanhistory.com [Source type: General]

^ No need to sign up in advance, just show up in the theatre ready for your “stage-call” Thanks and good luck to all!
  • Star Trek Convention San Francisco, CA - Creation Entertainment 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC creationent.com [Source type: General]

These are suspended by cables and worked indirectly by small hydraulic rams placed at the side, whilst the whole of the top work is manipulated by manual labour with the partial assistance of counter-weights. .The next type is the Brandt type, where the number of divisions of the stage is further reduced to a few medium-sized sections, worked by means of a combination of a central hydraulic ram and suspended cables duly counter-weighted.^ Type of Work: Motion picture or filmstrip Registration Number / Date: RE0000259747 / 1985-10-03 LP0000009847 / 1957-10-09 Title: A Reasonable doubt; motion picture.
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^ Type of Work: Motion picture or filmstrip Registration Number / Date: RE0000211289 / 1984-07-02 LP0000007135 / 1956-01-22 Title: The Thread; motion picture.
  • A Technical charge of homicide; motion picture. By Lewman, Ltd. & Revue Productions, Inc - song, music - Copyright Info 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.faqs.org [Source type: Reference]

^ Type of Work: Motion picture or filmstrip Registration Number / Date: RE0000211291 / 1984-07-02 LP0000007149 / 1956-02-24 Title: Shoot the Moon; motion picture.
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The top work in this case is entirely counterweighted, and requires the least possible manual labour for manipulation. An example will be found at the Wiesbaden Court Theatre. .We next have the Sachs system, where electric power is substituted for hydraulic power, the number of stage divisions limited to several large sections, suspended on cables partly counter-weighted and partly worked by electric motors, while the whole of the top work is balanced on a system similar to that of the Brandt, with intermediate electric motors for the manipulation of particularly heavy loads.^ Edie Bennett liked the scene where a teacher has several odd and even numbers on the board and asks how many of them are divisible by 2.
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^ Since 1999 I've had constant trouble with print magazines and newspapers cut-and-pasting whole sections of that essay and publishing it as their original work.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ Along with their appearance on stage, Martok and Gowron have agreed to do a limited number of photo ops with human attendees of the convention on Saturday!
  • Star Trek Convention San Francisco, CA - Creation Entertainment 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC creationent.com [Source type: General]

.It is this last system that has been adopted at the Covent Garden Opera House, with the modification that the top work is entirely operated on the latest development of the Brandt system of manual labour and counter-weights.^ 'I had to put on weight for Do Knot Disturb' Sushmita Sen on her latest movie, working with Govinda and fighting with Lara Dutta.
  • Welcome to rediff.com : The Movies Slide Shows home page 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC in.rediff.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Hollywood Operating System (Hollywood OS) and Headquarters Casting (HQC) were the agencies working in conjunction to hire extras for the film.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

.Another example of the Sachs system, as far as individual stage sections are concerned, will be found in a portion of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.^ Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place Water Tower Place 175 East Chestnut Street Chicago, IL 60611 The newest addition to Chicagos world famous theatre scene, Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place!
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

^ The competition is a very smart marketing conceit so far as I am concerned to get people in the theatre to see works that they otherwise are un-likely to see or hear about.
  • Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.thestranger.com [Source type: General]

^ Drury Lane Oak Brook Theatre Oak Brook, IL Excellent dinner package plans, moderately priced and this venue seats a cozy 900+.
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

Regarding the question of expense and practicability, the hydraulic system has generally been found to be expensive and impracticable. The system of the Court Theatre, Vienna, though practicable, is costly both in capital and annual outlay. The Brandt method of equipping the upper stage mechanism has been found particularly suitable for medium-sized theatres, and not expensive. The Sachs system has been found practicable, of moderate initial cost and minimum annual outlay. The advantages of electricity over hydraulic power have been most marked both in capital and in annual expense. .There is of course a far greater initial outlay required to-day than with the wooden stage of old, but the saving in staff and wear and tear of the scenery, and the absence of expensive temporary makeshifts, repairs and reinstatements, compensate for this by a material reduction of annual charges.^ Of course there’s Liza Minnelli in Bob Fosse’s Cabaret , but with less contrived musical cinema around these days, what’s a musician to do?
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^ Most printing plants these days have a 35mm limitation on fully-machine-sewn bindings; anything over that requires going to a limited number of plants that charge more for binding because they can routinely handle more than 35mm of printed material.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ October 17, 2009 06:28 315: "There is a greater darkness than the one we fight.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

.It is known as a fact that upon an overhaul of the Covent Garden equipment being ordered after five years' running, the contractors could not find.^ The reminiscent admiral finds this ironic considering the larger-than-life public treatment he has received upon the conclusion of his five-year mission.
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Memory Beta, non-canon Star Trek Wiki 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC memory-beta.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Thinking in entirely abstract terms, you could accuse Shakespeare of being entirely derivative; but on closer inspection, you would find too much that is unique to support that accusation.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ In fact, the pre-five year mission years and the academy years are fertile unmined areas to set stories in.
  • Star Trek Review - Film Junk 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.filmjunk.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

anything to do in the way of repairs or reinstatements. .The stage carpenter has long reigned supreme in England and France, although in England there are already one or two notable exceptions of men who are advancing to the position of engineers rather than carpenters.^ Although, there were one or two good parts.
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^ The reason for the abandoning of AI is not given in the show, although I think there was a hint in one episode (CEREMONIES OF LIGHT AND DARK) that they were simply very annoying.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ However rather than express any common beliefs, we assume the crew is allowed to express themselves silently to themselves, while sharing the common bond of being human beings (with the exception of Spock of course).
  • Any Gods Out There?
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.In Germany and Austria the stage carpenter is already being replaced in most theatres by men of engineering or technical training, as the more complex arrangements of a modern stage demand intelligent and careful control.^ We have the friendliest staff you will find in a home theatre forum and lay claim to being the most respected Home Theater Forum on the net!
  • Home Theater Forum - Home Theater Systems - HomeTheaterShack 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.hometheatershack.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Sure, the Scotty-out-of-nowhere-becoming-chief-engineer thing kinda leapt out for being required more than organic, but it got the principal characters in play.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Cinematographers, camera operators, and sound engineers usually have either a college or technical school education, or they go through a formal training program.
  • Motion Picture and Video Industries 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.bls.gov [Source type: General]

It is merely a question of time for the engineer to obtain general control in these matters.
.Regarding the actual designing and painting of the scenery, the English scene-painter may now be considered in advance of his Continental and American colleagues, although - the productions of some notable ateliers at Vienna and Munich run the English scene-painter's work very closely.^ One day she hopes to work on sitcoms and one hour dramas to round out her resume, but for now she's very happy working with cartoons.

^ Authorship on Application: entire work excluding original musical score: American Cinema Productions, Inc., employer for hire.
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^ Although the United States release date was set for 8 May 2009 , advance screenings of the film began at 7pm on 7 May 2009 .
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

.In 1890 Vienna was in advance of England in scenepainting, but the English scene-painters have since then rapidly come to the front, and it is to be anticipated that it will never again be necessary to import scenery from Austria, as has been the case, both at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.^ In both cases you can give some of the credit to the actors -- Montalban's grand scenery chewing and Krige's always somewhat weird manner.
  • redblog: Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blog.redbox.com [Source type: General]

^ Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place Water Tower Place 175 East Chestnut Street Chicago, IL 60611 The newest addition to Chicagos world famous theatre scene, Drury Lane Theatre Water Tower Place!
  • Chicago theater guide, theatre directory, company, suburban, downtown venue list 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.chicagotraveler.com [Source type: General]

^ Since being awarded her MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory, Sarah has starred in two films, Whisper and The Celestine Prophecy, both due in theatres in 2006.

As a matter of fact, scenery from Covent Garden and Drury Lane is already exported to the United States. .The position of the scene-painter is particularly difficult, inasmuch as whilst artistic temperament and thorough knowledge of art are essential for the practice of his vocation, it is equally essential that he should be thoroughly practical and to a considerable extent a mechanic.^ Film Internship Our company is a new genesis and a company the believes in, and practices the art of filmmaking through positive, healthy collaboration.

He lacks recognition among artists and there is unfortunately a tendency to depreciate his work.
.During the period of interregnum in stage reform there appeared a number of faddist inventions which, while creating public interest, cannot be considered of lasting practical utility.^ It meticulously re-creates the era of Jesus during a tumultuous period that changed the course of history.
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^ Considered the first pure sci-fi "rocketship" movie during the Soviet Union period.
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^ None of the filmmakers could make any changes to the film's script during the strike period, meaning the common practice of revising the script during production was not possible.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

.Thus in the United States an at tempt was made to have a large platform constructed like a lift, bodily rising and falling, with three different tiers or stages on which scenery could be mounted at different levels and then raised or lowered into position.^ Obviously as a member of the human race who was raised in the United States, I've been exposed to the original television show and many of its different iterations.
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^ These prerequisites are lower-level courses that are required for preparation for the University major prior to a student receiving a baccalaureate degree from The Florida State University.
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^ It opened in selected cities in the United States on October 27 , 2006 , and went into full release on November 10 , 2006 .

.Again, at Munich, a scheme of turn-tables based on the Japanese revolving stage was put forward, but this can only be looked upon as an interesting experiment of little practical value.^ In one way, I felt a little bit like I was "put in my place", as I looked at the vastness of the ocean, and the immense creativity of His creation.
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^ But that's still only one and a half series into what is now a six-series, ten-film franchise that has often looked backward as well as forward.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

^ Happy Birthday Salman A look at the top shirtless roles Top Kannada actors, 2008 A look at top kannada actors of 2008 When stars put their body on the line A look at actors who experiment with their looks and body for a role.
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Numerous methods of illuminating the stage have similarly been attempted, with the aid of search-lights, and proscenium-. lights, or by the absence of foot-lights, and the like, but the general method of lighting the stage from the top with battens, from the side with wing-ladders, and from below with foot-lights, if carefully regulated and skilfully handled, produces excellent results. The lighting arrangements as practised at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in which building the lighting engineer is Mr Crawshaw and the consulting engineer for the lighting installation was Mr Bowles, leave nothing to be desired from an artist's point of view. The great difficulty of the light coming too strongly from below, 'i.e. from the foot-lights, can be overcome by the regulation and colouring of the lights.
.As examples of modern mechanism, two photographs have been reproduced showing views of the electrical stage " bridges " of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, respectively, both on the Sachs system (see Pl.^ On two screens for each showing, plenty of seats in both.
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^ J.G. Hertzler's two-volume Martok story, The Left Hand of Destiny , is the latest example of slipping publishing dates, but by April, 2003, both volumes were in stores.
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^ That show was blessed with several staff writers qualified to be working scientists, and the rest clearly loved and respected both real science and real science fiction.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

III.). A small general plan and section of the Covent Garden stage are also shown (see fig. 6), and another illustration (see Pl. IV.) presents the " gridiron " at Covent Garden on the Brandt system.
.The following is a detailed description of the Covent Garden installation.^ These and other features and advantages of the invention will be apparent to those skilled in the art, from the following detailed description of preferred embodiments, taken together with the accompanying drawings, in which: .
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.The stage may be described as consisting of a series of six horizontal sections running parallel with the curtain line from front to back, each section being 8 ft.^ Comment by Val — May 8, 2009 @ 9:08 pm Reply to this post Had watched the original series with my dad back in ‘66.
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^ Kirk recalls the Voyager series as being designed to collect data and transmit it back to Earth.
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

^ Zoe Saldana may have more lines as Uhura than Nichelle Nichols had during the entire run of the series.
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wide, and the whole being followed by a large back or rear stage. .The first section contains nothing but a plain " carpet cut," and openings to take the old-fashioned " grave " trap, " star " trap, or other similar contrivances.^ Now, what would it take to revitalize Star Wars in a similar fashion...?

^ Had me wondering at first….this ain’t the right Star Trek, nothing makes sense!
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^ But don’t take my word for it, there are plenty of others talking about Star Trek… .
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The second and third sections comprise large bridges, which can be raised 6 ft. above the stage or lowered 8 ft. below the stage, constructed in two levels, on the lower level of which appliances can be installed for the purpose of raising minor platforms above stage level or sinking traps and the like. .The fourth, fifth and sixth sections comprise large bridges running right across the stage front, which can be raised 9 ft.^ It is unfair to run up to the stage and block the view of others who have paid for reserved seats in front of you.
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above the stage or lowered 8 ft. below it. The back stage has no openings or mechanism beyond certain trap-doors to a scenery store, and the necessary electrical mechanism for raising and lowering scenery for storage purposes. .Between the various sections of the stage, long longitudinal flaps, 2 ft.^ Meet the Oscars, Chicago features a display of Oscars in various stages of completion, as they undergo their intricate, weeks-long manufacturing process.
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wide, have been formed, which can be easily opened to allow scenery to be passed through below for transformation scenes and the like. Each section is equipped with what is termed a pair of chariots, to hold " wing " lights placed on so-called wing ladders. .All the electrical bridges are worked from the " mezzanine " level and from ordinary switchboards, and can be raised and lowered at various speeds, and take loads up to 2 tons.^ If you have just completed film school, it is to your advantage to take some time and build up work experience before applying to the program.
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^ The exact speed of the warp drive varied so much during all the different movies and series that it has no meaning at all.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ I just hope they can raise it back up to the level that we are used to, and bring the legions of new fans along with it.
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.They can be moved without vibration or noise at a cost of about 4d.^ And the less said about how they got those "ancient" Vipers going again in the pilot without replacing all of the seals and testing all of the moving parts, the better.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ Before Kirk can leave, McCoy asks him quickly how do they know about any of them and Kirk leaves the lounge without replying.
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for power on a full rise when loaded.
Above the stage level each section has its series of lines to take cloths, borders, &c. Each section has a batten, from which the electric battens are suspended, and has also a large wooden lattice girder, from which heavy pieces of scenery can be hung. .There are, on the average, about ten lines for ordinary battens, a girder batten, and a light batten to each section; besides these lines, there are the equipments of flying apparatus and the like, whilst in front there are, of course, the necessary lines for tableaux curtains, act-drops and draperies.^ Of course, I’m not saying that how they plot the stories is not important; what I’m trying to say is that there are other things besides plotting that the writers wished to project.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ Sure, there are a few great shots -- like the Enterprise rising out of the rings of Saturn (cribbed, of course, from Khan).
  • redblog: Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blog.redbox.com [Source type: General]

^ Say what you will about not liking Voyager or Enterprise, TNG and DS9 took Trek to a new level and without them there would be no new Star Trek movie.
  • How will the writers of Star Trek approach the sequel film? | SCI FI Wire 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC scifiwire.com [Source type: General]

.Everything that is suspended from above can be worked at stage level or at either of the gallery levels, every scene being counter-weighted to a nicety, so that one man can easily handle it.^ The flyby around the refit Enterprise while still in spacedock was easily the best scene in the movie and one of the best in the franchise overall.
  • TMP@30: The Merchandise of Star Trek The Motion Picture | TrekMovie.com 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC trekmovie.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Well, let me say that the new one was disappointing on pretty much every level.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

^ You trust that knows how to handle every situation — whether it’s seemingly a no-one situation or not — or he at least will make the attempt to handle it, even if the odds aren’t in his favor.
  • Spoiler Talk: Explanations For 10 Gripes People Have About The New ‘Star Trek’ Film 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC geeksofdoom.com [Source type: General]

.No mechanical contrivance is required, and in practice quite a number of scenes can be rapidly changed in a very short time.^ They also manage to break canon in the couple of scenes before the time travel changes the time line – which is not easy, so kudos for them.
  • Star Trek » Matt Legend Gemmell 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC mattgemmell.com [Source type: General]

^ Kirk and Company do a lot in a very short time, but there are times when you feel the film is just piling it on in fear of leaving a single scene or moment un-goosed.
  • redblog: Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blog.redbox.com [Source type: General]

^ We learn very early in the film that the lunar satellite allowing real-time communication with earth is no longer functional.
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Throughout the structure and mechanism steel has been used, with iron pulleys and wire cable; and the inflammable materials have been absolutely reduced to the flooring of the gridiron and galleries and the hardwood flooring of the stage and mezzanine. .In other words, an absolute minimum of inflammable material replaces what was almost a maximum; and seeing that the electric light has been installed, the risk of an outbreak of fire or its spread has been materially reduced.^ Lighting Department The section of a production's crew responsible for lighting and other electrical matters during filming.

^ See also PG. Gaffer AKA: Chief Lighting Technician The head of the electrical department, responsible for the design and execution of the lighting plan for a production.

.No mention of stage mechanism would be complete unless mention were made of the necessity of providing a carefully made and easily worked fire-resisting curtain of substantial but light construction.^ Unless your griping with the unfalsifiable god that came from nowhere……wait….no…..it was mentioned in the miniseries, my bad…..
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ And, of course, no Twilight project would be complete without Muse.
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^ I am just annoyed that no mention was made at all to Lore.
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On the Continent metal curtains are favoured. In England the double asbestos curtain is more common. .The London County Council prefer a steel framing with asbestos wire-wove cloth on both faces, the intervening space being filled with slag wool, well rammed and packed.^ I vaguely recall Klingons and others being involved as well -- bit of a Bermuda Triangle In Space, I think.
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.Such curtains are somewhat heavy and require counter-weighting to a nicety, but if well made and fitted may be deemed satisfactory.^ Applicants who fit the age and ethnicity requirements for the role will have their photos taken and may be asked to read lines in front of the director.
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^ Each Promotion may have Additional Terms and/or Rules which will be posted or otherwise made available to you and, for purposes of each Promotion, will be deemed incorporated into and form a part of this Agreement.
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^ This is such a fun movie on top of being very well-made and I can't suggest it enough.
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.It is advisable to fit drenchers above fire-resisting curtains and to so arrange the working of the curtain that it can be lowered from four points, i.e. from both sides of the stage, from the prompt side flies and from the stage door.^ The project, directed by Shawn Sides, will be developed collaboratively using the ensemble's signature techniques for creating new work for the stage.
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According to the Lord Chamberlain's rules, fire-resisting curtains must be lowered once during a performance. This is a wise measure for testing the efficiency of the appliances.
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- Modern Opera Houses and Theatres, 3 vols. grand folio, by Edwin O. Sachs (1896-99); Stage Construction, 1 vol. grand folio, by .Edwin O. Sachs (1896); " Engineering ": Articles on Stage Mechanism, by Edwin O. Sachs (1895-97); Fires and Public Entertainments, i vol.^ To Bjorn Heden for the design and mechanical engineering of the silent, two-stage planetary friction drive Heden Lens Motors.
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Anglais, by Georges Bourdon (1902); Die Theater, Wien, 2 vols. quarto, by Josef Bayer (1894). .(E. O. S.) " Spectacle" The appeal to the eye has been the essential feature of dramatic production in its many stages of development from the earliest times of the miracle plays and " moralities," mummers and morris-dancers, down through the centuries, in the form of masques and ballets, to the luxuriance of scenic and costume display that is lavished on the latest forms of theatrical entertainment.^ The exhibition, which examines the important aspects of costume design for color films from the 1940s through the 1960s, is on display through May 2.
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^ The 21st century fashion for hyperkinetic, jerky camerawork has left me physically unable to watch many productions.
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^ Saw it many times in re-issues to the theater as a double feature with 1982’s Tron.
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.Considering the enormous advance that has been made in mechanical appliances, more especially in the increased powers of illumination supplied by gas and electricity as compared with oil and candles, we must acknowledge that the artistic achievement of spectacle has hardly kept pace with the times.^ He’s kept us alive more times than I can remember, and at times I’m speechless.
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^ For an achievement to be considered in the Original Score or Original Song category, the principal music writer(s) for a feature film must submit an official music submission form by 5 p.m.
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^ When he says that antimatter can create 100,000 times more power than rocket fuel, this is actually an understatement.
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.If we may credit the veracity of contemporary chroniclers, the most elaborate effects and illusions were successfully attempted in the various courtly entertainments that are recorded under the Tudor and Stuart dynasties, and found perhaps their most sumptuous expression in the courts of Louis XIV.^ Perhaps the most useful effect, on Eric Bana as the evil head Romulan, is the makeup that renders him unrecognizable.
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^ September 13th, 2008 at 11:24 am This video was one of the most disgusting things I have ever saw…yet,…I found it oddly entertaining!

and Louis XV. .It would be a difficult task for the most experienced of modern stage managers to rival the splendours of apparel and the ingenious devices that were exploited in increasing magnificence during successive periods, as described by Froissart, Holinshed, Cavendish, Stow, Pepys and other writers.^ Such a device would need a microphone that most players already have as well as a small speaker.
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^ This appears to be a reference because of the era-appropriate caricature of Woody Allen, who appears in more modern incarnations in other episodes, most recently in "The Blunder Years."
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^ JOHN WELLS (Producer) is one of the most prolific producers, directors and writers for the stage, television and film.
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.The sums expended on these entertainments were prodigious, and a perusal of the extraordinarily detailed descriptions of such lavishly appointed masques as those designed by Inigo Jones in particular renders credible the statement that a certain masque presented before Charles I. at the Inns of Court in 1633 cost f 21,000. Spectacle in its earlier phases appears to have existed chiefly in connexion with court and civic ceremonial: as evidenced in the wonderful pageantry of the Field of the Cloth of Gold; in such princely entertainment as the Revels at Kenilworth, when the Earl of Leicester welcomed Queen Elizabeth in a series of splendid fetes; and in the more accomplished imaginings of Ben Jonson, decorated by Inigo Jones, such as the Inns of Court masque, already cited.^ In the scheme of things, it really is just a LITTLE detail, but those little details can really get bothersome, especially when there are so many of us who are such fans of the books.
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^ Apparently that wasn't enough of a description for fans, so when Stallone visited Venice recently, an Italian newspaper asked him for a few more details.

^ All the more remarkable is the fact that Thalberg accomplished so much at such a young age.
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.The scenic effects and illusions which had evidently been brought to great perfection in these masques were not devoted to the service of the drama in the public theatres until Davenant introduced them at the period of the Restoration, although simple scenery, probably mere background " cloths," had been seen on the stage as early as 1605. The built-up stage pictures, familiar to us as " set-scenes," are said to owe their origin to Philip James de Loutherbourg, R.A., and to have been first used in 1777; but it is difficult to believe that some such elaborate constructions had not already enjoyed a term of popularity in view of the contemporary paintings and engravings of the epoch of Louis XIV., who was himself not averse from appearing (in 1653) as " Le Roi Soleil " in the midst of an entourage combining much that was artistic and fanciful with the most pompous and most absurd incongruities of character and costume.^ The new film benefits from most of us already knowing—directly or indirectly—who these characters are.
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^ Instead, it’s a simple scene set at a church that sets up the whole movie.

^ They said that some of us original Trekkies might not like it.
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.A greater measure of elegance and refinement distinguished the spectacles of the reign of Louis XV., inspired by the delicate 1 The Savoy Theatre, London, was first entirely lighted by electricity in 1882. The various methods of lighting used have been an important item in the production of striking effects.^ The effects of science and technology are cumulative, not single episode important, and yet the technology is used to make some plots work out and other technology just isn't explained.
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^ Lighting AKA: Lights Most productions use artificial lighting when filming for various technical and artistic reasons, both on location or on a set.

^ This was the official fake title chosen by Bad Robot, although various other fake titles were also used throughout the production.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

The old system of a row of " foot-lights, " with their unpleasant upward shadow, is now almost obsolete. Dip candles were used till 1720, when moulded candles were introduced into French theatres. The next improvement was the lamp of M. Argand, with its circular wick. .In 1822 gas was first used in a Parisian theatre, next came the oxyhydrogen lime-light, used for special effects, and then electric lighting.^ Also, the first season DVD of "Dollhouse" contains an un-aired episode that jumps to 2019 and shows the long-term effects of the use of the technology on society.
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^ Effects Stock Special film stock that is typically used by the second unit to generate computerized composites.

^ Herzog, who didn’t want to use special effects, hired local Indians to achieve the feat.

.The old way of producing lightning was to blow lycopodium or powdered resin with bellows through a flame, and this is still used in realistic effects of conflagrations.^ I suppose you can get around this by saying Vulcan is an old planet and has solidified all the way down to the core, but you still have the rock pressure problem.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America AKA: MPPDA Motion Picture Sound Editors AKA: MPSE Motion Picture Stills Photographers Association AKA: MPSPA Movematch The use of computer programs to combine and synthesize real footage with CGI effects.

^ I just cannot believe it has grown legs in this way…I am now, still, using this page as a good reference point for movies I should see!
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.More effective lightning is now made by flashing the electric light behind a scene painted with clouds, in which a zigzag aperture has been cut out and filled with a transparent substance.^ Larger apertures allow more light to enter a camera, hence darker scenes can be recorded.

^ Last Friday Sluggo and I finally got out to see Until the Light Takes Us, a documentary about the Norwegian black metal scene … sort of.
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^ Bounce Board A large white card made of foam or poster board used to reflect soft light and for the soft key and fill.

Thunder is made by shaking large sheets of iron. Wind is imitated by a machine with a cogged cylinder, which revolves against coarse cloth tightly stretched. The sound of rain is produced by shaking parched peas in a metal cylinder.
art of Watteau, Boucher and Lancret, and preserved for our delectation in their delightful canvases. .Under the French Revolution the spectacular ballet lost much of its prestige; and its decorative features were for a time principally associated with the fetes inaugurated by the Republic, and presented in the classic costume, which the severity of the new regime adopted as a reaction, or as a protest against the frivolities and furbelows of the obliterated monarchy.^ Joe Costumes - GI Joe Snake Eyes Classic Child Costume - It's time to take on your rival Storm Shadow with this sleek and stealthy Snake Eyes costume!
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^ Topc and Place pages collect information, links, and of course articles, current, featured, and classic, plus links to associated books, etc.
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^ In just a few seconds of screen time, the set decorator must convey something about the characters personality, past experience or present emotional state.
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.The Festival of the Supreme Being, decreed by the National Convention, designed by David and conducted by Robespierre, was perhaps the most impressive spectacle of the close of the 18th century.^ Karl Urban is perhaps the most impressive; he simply disappears into the role of Leonard McCoy to the point where he is unrecognizable.
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The 19th century saw spectacle devoted almost exclusively to theatrical entertainment. In London, melodrama, both of the romantic and domestic description, claimed its illustrative aid. .At Drury Lane Theatre (which, with Covent Garden, the Adeiphi and Astley's, was first illuminated by gas in 1817-18) the Cataract of the Ganges, with its cascade of real water and its prancing steeds, made a great sensation in 1823, and the same stage in 1842, under Macready's management, displayed the " moving wave " effect in the Sicilian views, painted by William Clarkson Stanfield for Acis and Galatea. The Lyceum Theatre from 1847 to 1855 introduced a long series of elegant extravaganzas from the pen of J. R. Planche, elaborately illustrated by the scenery of William.^ Their motivations were not what made the original series great.
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^ She made her first short film at the United World College of the Atlantic in Wales, Great Britain, and came to Dartmouth to major in Film Studies.

^ Well done to all a great homage to the spirit of the original and at the same time reinventing the series.
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Beverly. .The Golden Branch, the King of the Peacocks and the Island of Jewels (Christmas 1849) were the most remarkable of these productions, and were noteworthy as originating the fantastic fairy pictures that became known as " transformation scenes," and were copied and popularized in all directions.^ Cast, directing, production, all were spot on.
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^ Urban is just fantastic in all of his scenes.
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^ Congrats to all those who actually posted intelligent and productive remarks.
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Beverly's skilful brush was at a later date employed at Drury Lane to enhance the attractions of a succession of spectacular versions of Sir Walter Scott's novels, Amy Robsart (1870), Rob Roy (with a beautiful panorama of the Trossachs scenery), Rebecca, England in the Days of Charles II., and others. .Later still, under the regime of Sir Augustus Harris and his successors, spectacle at Drury Lane assumed even more costly proportions, and modern melodramas, representing well-known localities with extraordinary fidelity and all kinds of disasters from earthquakes to avalanches, have been alternated with sumptuously mounted pantomimes (so-called), in which the nominal fairy-tales were almost smothered by the paraphernalia of scenery and costume.^ It was called STAR T'REK and the nemesis was an intergalactic ship that T owed w RE c K s until it went mad and started towing all kinds of ships.
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^ Even if it was good, I don't see how it even belongs on this list as it is a very well known movie that tons have people have seen.
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^ It's a setting that gives you a lot of freedom (I'd say more than Fantasy even), but it's still just a setting.
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.It is remarkable that, for a " run " of ten weeks only, such a sum as 16,000 each can have been profitably expended on more than one of these productions.^ Even if there's only one more movie, or even TEN more...
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^ I had more than one!
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^ The film was one of only a few Hollywood productions, and also one of the last along with Disney's The Black Hole , that introduces the film with an overture – a practice commonly used for "epic" movies.
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.London playgoers will recall the processional glories of A Dream of Fair Women, designed by Alfred Thompson; The Land of Fairy Tales, by Percy Anderson; and The Silver Wedding (Puss in Boots), The Paradise of the Birds (Babes in the Wood), and The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus (Jack and the Beanstalk), for which Mr Wil.^ We're also introduced to the mysterious Fairy Godmother and a bar called the Poison Apple, where the villains of the fairy tale world hang out, including the great ogre-slayer, Puss-in-Boots.
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helm was responsible. The Armada, a historical drama (1888), also deserves to be remembered for the completeness and excellence of its spectacular features. .In addition to the names of Clarkson Stanfield and Beverly, already cited as masters of scenic art, it must not be forgotten that the skill of David Roberts was also devoted to the embellishment of the stage; and the names of Grieve, the Telbins (father and son), Hawes Craven, and J. Harker have in successive years carried on the best traditions of the art.^ The 16th Academy Awards (1943) was the last year to include a field of that size; Casablanca was named Best Picture.
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^ Beverly Hills, CA The 2003 Best Picture nominee Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World will screen on Monday, July 21, at 7:30 p.m.
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^ There were occasional references to the book over the next few years as a project that was still in the earliest stage of development (no author named or, possibly, chosen).
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Alfred Thompson was one of the first to revise the conventionalities of fanciful stage costume, and to impart a French lightness of touch and delicacy of colour. .A ballet, Yolande, which he dressed for the Alhambra in the 'sixties, was the first Japanese spectacle to grace the English stage; and he was also mainly responsible for the attractions of Babil and Bijou, which cost upwards of £11,000 at Covent Garden Theatre in 1872, and was at the time considered to have surpassed all former spectacular accomplishments.^ This is the first time since their marriage that, Max, Audrey, and all of their children have been together in one place.
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^ Like him or not, the first time you see Shatner it's clear that there's nothing else quite like him out there (gut, eyeliner, overacting, and all).

^ Open AAKA: Opens, Opened, Opening The time at which a movie is first released in theatres.

.It achieved, however, merely a succes d'estime, and has bequeathed to a later generation only the recollections of its " Spring " choir of boys, and of the brilliant danseuse, Henriette d'Or, who revived memories of the great days of the ballet, when Taglioni, Cerito, Elssler, Duvernay and other " Deesses de la.^ I was thinking not only about that, but also about the banal dark grey general visual, compared to the great 80's color palette from the first movies.
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^ (Only real difference is that, unlike J.J. Abrahms, the man behind the DOCTOR WHO revival- QUEER AS FOLK creator Russell Davies- is a lifetime fan of the series…) .
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Danse," appeared under Lumley's management at the old Her Majesty's Theatre in the Haymarket. Since the memorable tenancy of Sadler's Wells Theatre by Phelps (1844-62), Shakespeare and spectacle have been honourably associated. Charles Kean's revivals at the Princess's Theatre (1850-59) deservedly attracted considerable attention for the splendour and accuracy of their archaeology. .Byron's Sardanapalus was also a triumph for the same management in 1853; and the same theatre three decades later witnessed the production (December 1883) by Wilson Barrett of Claudian, a romantic poetic drama of classic days, mounted so exquisitely as to gain Ruskin's enthusiastic praise.^ Three days later and it still sucks!
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^ Later, Paramount was reportedly considering bumping up the film's release date one or two days or moving it to 19 December 2008.
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But undoubtedly the earliest noteworthy alliance of spectacle with Shakespeare was made by Sir Henry Irving at the Lyceum. The art of Royal Academicians was happily enlisted to add lustre and distinction to his productions. Ravenswood and the sumptuously presented Henry VIII. (1892) owed much to the co-operation of Mr Seymour Lucas. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema supervised Cymbeline and Coriolanus (1901), whilst Sir Edward Burne-Jones inspired the decoration of King Arthur (1895). .In Tennyson's Cup (produced in January 1881) and in the beautiful revival of Romeo and Juliet it was felt that perfection of stage illusion could scarcely go farther, but the next production, Much Ado about Nothing, with its superb church scene by Telbin, was admittedly Irving's crowning success, alike from the artistic, the dramatic, the spectacular and the financial standpoints.^ Much Ado About Nothing (1993) .
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^ Divided we fall Death – much ado about nothing?
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^ This has its disadvantages, yet it also can allow Chinese factories to switch from product to product much faster than a more "modern" facility could.

.Great praise was equally won by the version of Faust, which was frankly spectacular, and by the more recent Robespierre by Sardou.^ It's kind of scary to see Star Trek so highly praised when it's a dumbed down, louder, and more obnoxious version of the original series.

.Shakespeare and the poetic drama were also finely illustrated by Mr Beerbohm Tree, who secured Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema's interest for Hypatia at the Haymarket, and Julius Caesar at the new His Majesty's; whilst for his later productions, King John, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Herod (by Stephen Phillips), Twelfth Night (1901), and such later plays as his revival of Antony and Cleopatra (1907), he was assisted by the designs of Percy Anderson, an artist who made his mark in the costumes for a series of the operas at the Savoy Theatre, notably the 15th-century dresses for the Beauty Stone.^ Costume Designer A person who designs the costumes for a movie.

^ The Chevrolet Theatre’s innovative design has garnered raves from artists and audiences alike, making it the premier year-round property in Connecticut.
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^ Don't miss the hotties who made it to People magazine's 10 best-dressed women of 2009.
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.Spectacular features of exceptional refinement distinguished the pantomime of Cinderella, presented by Mr Oscar Barrett at the Lyceum Theatre in Christmas 1893, and designed by Mr Wilhelm.^ Brett Favre's Christmas Spectacular: The Immaculate Interception Brave New Workshop Theatre .
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^ Oscars 2009: Best Moments The 81st Annual Academy Awards: Best Moments Spectacular Oscar Moments Looking at the highlights of the 81st Annual Academy Awards Oscars 2009: Worst Dressed The 81st Annual Academy Awards: Worst Dressed Oscars 2009: Presenters The 81st Annual Academy Awards: Presenters Oscars 2009: On the Red Carpet The 81st Annual Academy Awards: Red Carpet Oscars 2009: On the Red Carpet The 81st Annual Academy Awards: Red Carpet .
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.This production also enjoyed a prosperous season in New York.^ I’m at the annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) this week in New York and had the opportunity to chat a bit with Jonathan Kaplan (Cisco SVP/GM, Cisco Consumer Products).
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.The system of international exchange seems to hold good in stage spectacle as in other cases, and in return for English successes that have been welcomed in America, Augustin Daly's Shakespearean productions were greatly admired in London.^ But i've seen her in other movies and she's really good i don't understand why in this saga her acting seems to be really bad.
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^ It seemed to be good enough and allowed us to sign an agreement of understanding even though my Spanish was rudimentary at best and their English was nonexistent.
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^ It was a little piece of fluff where it at least seemed like all of the actors were having a good time with each other.
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.Other entertainments of a more absolutely spectacular order found acceptance in London.^ As they return back to the others and tell of what they found 9 reaffirms that 1 knows much more.
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^ Stephenie Meyer stated, "I don't think any other author has had a more positive experience with the makers of her movie adaptation than I have had with Summit Entertainment.
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^ These and other interesting insights can be found in the … Read more.
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.In connexion with Barnum and Bailey's Hippodrome, Imre Kiralfy's show, Nero, constituted a " mammoth combination," and attracted crowds to " Olympia " in 1890. The success of this latter spectacle of colour and movement, which was also designed by Mr Wilhelm, induced Mr Kiralfy to produce a still more ambitious entertainment the following season, Venice, designed by the same artist.^ Just two weeks prior to the event, Prestige Entertainment – the company producing the event – sent an email to Melis Productions (Mr.

^ Yussef El Guindi, one of Seattle's more successful playwrights, rarely has his plays produced in Seattle.
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^ I'm leaning more towards the latter, but I still enjoyed it.

.A spectacle on these lines may be regarded as the outcome of such ballets as have long been popular on the continent of Europe - especially in Italy, where grace of movement and spontaneity of gesture are natural to the people, and greatly facilitate such an enterprise as the famous Excelsior ballet of Manzotti, which lasted a whole evening, in several acts, and required the services of hundreds of figurantes.^ And to get into any of these series works requires investing tens or hundreds of hours in them.
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^ Applicants who fit the age and ethnicity requirements for the role will have their photos taken and may be asked to read lines in front of the director.
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^ Additional Information may be requested for specific Promotions, such as a user's preferences regarding goods or services, choices of music or artists, or other similar survey information.
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.Excelsior was originally produced at La Scala, Milan, in January 1881, and was subsequently given with great success at the Eden Theatre, Paris, in 1883. The revived popularity of the modern ballet, as at the Empire Theatre, London, has also been associated with some memorable triumphs of spectacle with which the name of Mr Wilhelm was closely identified as designer.^ Thank you to all the commenter's so far who have given me some great film ideas!
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^ Jay Haas holds the early lead with some big names close behind in the opening round from Oak Hill Country Club.
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^ Watch these DVDs before you see London Dreams Vipul Shah has made some great must-watch movies.
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.(C. WI.) LAW Relating To THEATRES_ It was not until comparatively late in Roman history that acting became a distinct calling.^ Up until late Beethoven, there was only so much flexibility to what one could call a sonata and get away with.
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^ There on the planet a mysterious structure called The Guardian acts as a portal to human history.
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The troops of public actors (ministeria publica) were generally slaves, and their earnings enriched their masters more than themselves.
The regulation of the theatre by legislation (except as to structure) belongs chiefly to the time of the lower empire, in which it depended almost wholly upon constitutions of Theodosius and Valentinian, incorporated in the Theodosian Code (Tit. xv. 5, 6, 7), and a century later to a large extent adopted by Justinian. .In the whole of this law there is an evident attempt at a compromise between the doctrines of Christianity and the old Roman love of public spectacles of all kinds.^ Wife has loved all of them old and new.
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^ Hell, no one would care if all the film was a remake of an old show that didn’t spawn anything between now and then.
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^ Is there some holy law that says all science fiction must be about technology?
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It deals less with theatrical representations proper than with gladiatorial contests and chariot races.' The Theodosian Code provided that the sacraments were not to be administered to actors save where death was imminent, and only on condition that the calling should be renounced in case of recovery. .Daughters of actors were not to be forced to go on the stage, provided that they lived an honest life.^ The interweaving of the two narratives, the richly imagined life of the actor and the sadly lived life of the professor, is skillful in a way that makes me jealous as a writer.
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^ I hope these actors realize they are now locked into something that is going to go the distance!
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^ From a rag-picker to an actor of such fine caliber, Puri has lived a full life.
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An actress was to be allowed to quit the stage in order to become a nun. There were also numerous sumptuary regulations as to the dress of actors. None of the law which has been mentioned so far was adopted by Justinian, but what follows was incorporated in Cod. xi. 40 (De Spectaculis et Scenicis), which consists entirely of extracts from the Theodosian Code of a very miscellaneous nature. .Provision was made for the exhibition of public games and theatrical spectacles ' The word ludi seems sometimes to include, sometimes to exclude, dramatic performances.^ Feature films that receive their first public exhibition or distribution in any manner other than as a theatrical motion picture release are not eligible for Academy Awards in any category.
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^ Musical A movie whose dramatic story structure includes unrealistic episodes of musical performance and/or dancing.

Its meaning in a particular instance depends on the context.
by magistrates, practically confining them to exhibiting in their own cities. Statues of actors were not to be placed in the public streets, but .only in the proscenium of a theatre. .A governor of a province was entitled to take the money raised for public games for the purpose of repairing the city walls, provided that he gave security for afterwards celebrating the games as usual.^ A book signing celebrating the publication will take place prior the screening on March 20.
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Municipalities were encouraged to build theatres (Dig. I, 10, 3). By Novel cxvii., it was ground for divorce if a wife went to the theatre without her husband's knowledge. In Cod. iii. 12, 11 (De Feriis) is a constitution of Leo and Anthemius forbidding dramatic representations on Sunday. The Digest (iii. .2) classed all who acted for hire (omnes propter pecuniam in scenam prodeuntes) as infamous persons, and as such debarred them from filling public offices.^ The kind of person who cheats on a test is probably not the sort of person who is inclined to obey all the rules, are they?
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^ Tickets to Sleeping Beauty are $5 for the general public and may be purchased online at www.oscars.org , in person at the Academy box office or by mail.
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^ The internship positions to be filled will be as production assistants working in all departments as well as one intern will act as a producer's assistant.

A mere contract to perform not fulfilled did not, however, carry infamy with it. By Novel li. actresses could retire from the stage without incurring a penalty even if they had given sureties or taken an oath. .There was probably a censorship at certain periods,2 as well as provisions for safety of the building and the audience (Tacitus, Ann., iv.^ I take it there would be no Briefing Room scenes in future movies as it would probably lose the MTV Generation but TOS had them as well.
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^ And, in a refreshing change of pace (probably because of the film's long gestation period), there's not a single reference to the collapse of the newspaper industry.
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63; Leonine Constitutions, cxiii.). The seats were allocated by the state, and the care of the building committed to certain magistrates (Novel cxlix. 2).

England

In England, as in other countries of western Europe, theatrical legislation was of comparatively recent introduction. .Such legislation was unnecessary as long as the theatre was under the control of the Church and actors under its protection, the Church having turned to its own uses what it was powerless to prevent.^ Following the Supreme Court's Miracle decision in the 1950s, films were recognized as protected under the First Amendment, and as such the Hays Office's demands were not legally enforceable.

^ "Lying in the pool of mud, Picard finally confronts the humiliation and powerlessness he felt while under the Borg's control."
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^ The Jem-Hadar are ruthless soldiers kept under control through the use of drugs (‘Ketracel White’) that they are addicted to from birth.
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.The earliest regulations were therefore, as might be expected, made by the Church rather than by the state.^ Now I can just give my friends the link to this page, rather than cudgel my brain for some elusive adjective that might communicate what I want them to understand.

^ What it says to me more is that they prefer their stories on a simplistic level rather than engage on a higher level that made many of the original episodes inspiring to so many.
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^ This one was widely touted and long-awaited, although the close-in publicity blitz was rather lighter than I might have expected.
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.The ecclesiastical ordinances were directed chiefly against the desecration of churches, though they sometimes extended to forbidding attendance of the faithful as spectators at plays even of a harmless kind.^ I still like Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson (even though they are outdated), because art is universal if one lets it be.
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^ But friends in Arkansas (even in Little Rock), rural Massachusetts, and rural Wisconsin were unable to see it, even though they wanted to (largely through my urging).
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^ For me, the films both represent & color the source, even though they depart from them in ways I'd rather they not.
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.3 Sacraments and Christian burial were denied by the canon law to actors, whose gains, said St Thomas, were acquired ex turpi causa, 4 and who, if they exceeded what was proper, might be in mortal sin.^ Indeed, the same people who are complaining about “How dare they change the canon!” are the same ones who are complaining about the aspects of canon they didn’t change.
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^ You can, perhaps, but I know quite a number of very hard core ST fans who would have gone positevly apoplectic had they gone this way, Paul!
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^ A final thought, from the Italian poet, Petrarch: "Many have not become what they might have because they believed they were what people mistakenly said they were."
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.It was a doubtful point as to whether spectators might not be in similar case.^ The point is whether or not the writer's felt like they couldn't create an original story because it might contradict something that's already established in the future.
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.The same law forbade plays to be acted by the clergy, even under the plea of custom, as in Christmas week, and followed the code of Justinian in enjoining the clergy not to consort with actors or be present at plays (see Decretals, iii.^ Co-founder of At Play Productions, a NY-based theater company comprising 40 actors, directors, writers and producers under the age of thirty.

^ You were clearly biased against the movie before you even saw it just because you don’t think a TV director should be directing movies or that TV actors can act in movies.
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^ I think it works better cinematically for the audience to share Picard’s shock at seeing a mirror image of himself (which would have been even better had Stewart also played the role).
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12 and 15, De Vita et Honestate Clericorum). As late as 1603, canon lxxxviii. of the canons of the Church of England enacted that churchwardens were not to suffer plays in churches, chapels or churchyards. The latest occurrence of such a play seems to have been at Oxford in 1592.
The Reformation marks the period of transition from the ecclesiastical to the non-ecclesiastical authority over the drama. .Precautions began to be taken by the crown and the legislature against the acting of unauthorized plays, by unauthorized persons, and in unauthorized places, and the acting of plays objectionable to the government on political or other grounds.^ Video: Salman, Ranbir play football Salman Khan and other celebrities play football on I Day 'The person behind the camera is the most kamina' Vishal Bhardwaj on directing Kaminey.
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The protection of the Church being withdrawn, persons not enrolled in a fixed company or in possession of a licence from the crown or justices were liable to severe penalties as vagrants. The history of the legislation on this subject is very curious. An act of the year 1572 enacted that " all fencers, bearwards, common players of interludes, and minstrels (not belonging to any baron of this realm, or to any other honourable person of greater degree)," wandering abroad without the licence of two justices at the least, were subject " to be grievously whipped and burned through the gristle of the right ear with a hot iron of the compass of an inch about." This statute was superseded by 39 Eliz. c. .4, under which the punishment of the strolling player is less severe, and there is no mention of justices.^ There is no way that Spock Prime can help the crew, because as new Spock mentioned that an entire new chain of events have and will continue to occur because of Nero's interaction with the past.

^ "And the perils, rewards, punishments, and fulfilments of an adventure must be real, or the adventure is only a shifting and heartless nightmare.If I bet I must be made to pay, or there is no poetry in betting.
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^ PM Name : Garon Perceval Rating : Comment : There was no mention of Dr. Spock's controversial parenting techniques.
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The jurisdiction of justices over the theatre disappears from legislation 2 If one may judge from Horace's line (Sat., i. 10, 38): Quae neque in aede sonent certantia judice Tarpa. A large number of such ordinances will be found cited in Prynne, Histriomastix; Bossuet, Maximes et riflexions sur la comedic; Mariana, De Spectaculis. They followed the almost unanimous condemnation by the Christian fathers. See, for example, Chrysostom, Contra Ludos et Theatra; Tertullian, De Spectaculis; Augustine, De Civ. Dei, i. 31, Confessions, iii. 2; Dill, Roman Society, pp. 47, 1 17.
.4 For this reason it appears to have been the custom in France for actors to be married under the name of musicians.^ I don't know the registry number, but the actor who starred in Forbidden Planet and also did a guest stint on TOS was Warren Stevens, who appeared in "By Any Other Name."
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^ Canadian Society of Cinematographers AKA: CSC Use of the abbreviation after a name indicates that the person is a member of the CSC. Cast A collective term for the actors appearing in a particular movie.

See Hist. parlementaire de la Revolution francaise, vi. 381. The difficulties attending the funeral of Moliere are well known.
from that time until 1788. In 39 Eliz. c. .4 there is a remarkable exception in favour of persons licensed by Dutton of Dutton in Cheshire, in accordance with his claim to liberty and jurisdiction in Cheshire and Chester, established in favour of his ancestor by proceedings in quo warranto in 1499.1 The stricter wording of this act as to the licence seems to show that the licence had been abused, perhaps that in some cases privileges had been assumed without authority.^ He didn't seem to show it (I wish there had been more conflict about this actually once he realized it), but maybe all he was thinking was "this is my father's killer".

^ All of the above doesn't mean that Babylon 5 is without its flaws, and perhaps this is a case of nitpicking.
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^ I believe the only remark I made is that some (perhaps many) of the ticket-buyers were "credulous."
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In 14 Eliz. c. 5 the privileges of a player attached by service of a noble or licence from justices, in the later act only by service of a noble, and this was to be attested under his hand and arms. .The spirit of the acts of Elizabeth frequently appears in later legislation, and the unauthorized player was a vagabond as late as the Vagrancy Act of 1744, which was law till 1824. He is not named in the Vagrancy Act of 1824. The Theatre Act of 1737 narrowed the definition of a player of interludes, for the purposes of punishment as a vagabond, to mean a person acting interludes, 2 &c., in a place where he had no legal settlement.^ This review is a week later than it might have been, because I recently obtained a Blu-Ray High Definition DVD player, and was determined to watch the film in that format.
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^ True, it led to a few chuckles later, but there was no developement, no reason for the first kiss to take place.
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^ Chyron Text graphics which appear at the bottom of a screen used to describe time, place, or name of person on screen; can also describe the technology used to add the text to the bottom of the screen.

Before the Restoration there were privileged places as well as privileged persons, e.g. the court, the universities, and the inns of court. .With the Restoration privilege became practically confined to the theatres in the possession of those companies (or their representatives) established by the letters patent of Charles II. in 1662. In spite of the patents other and unprivileged theatres gradually arose.^ The Jedi represent those who use spiritual gifts for the benefit of mankind, while the Sith show the abuse of those same gifts to oppress others.
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3 In 1735 Sir John Barnard introduced a bill " to restrain the number of playhouses for playing of interludes, and for the better regulation of common players." On Walpole's wishing to add a clause giving parliamentary sanction to the jurisdiction of the lord chamberlain, the mover withdrew the bill. .In 1737 Walpole introduced a bill of his own for the same purpose, there being then six theatres in London.^ It has to have purpose, a reason for being there, and most of it could have been cut.
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^ I don't find much fault with it, and at the same time there's its main purpose is to make people laugh.
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The immediate cause of the bill is said to have been the production of a political extravaganza of Fielding's, The Golden Rump. The bill passed, and the act of ro Geo. II. c. 28 regulated the theatre for more than a century. .Its effect was to make it impossible to establish any theatre except in the city of Westminster and in places where the king should in person reside, and during such residence only.^ ADR can also be used to insert new lines of dialogue which are conceived during editing, although such lines can only be placed against picture in which the face of the actor speaking is not visible.

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^ Makeup AKA: Make up, Make-up, Makeup Artist, Makeup Supervisor The decorations placed directly on the skin or hair of an actor for cosmetic or artistic effect.

The act did not confine the prerogative within„ al:. city of .Westminster, but as a matter of policy it was not exercised in favour of the non-privileged theatres, except those where the " legitimate drama " was not performed.^ This dark drama, with its vivid lead performance, pleases classic drama fans, those seeking baseball movie without the usual cliches.

^ Not as appealing to sports movie fans as those those who like sensitive, emotionally provocative drama, strong performances.

The legitimate drama was thus confined to Covent Garden, Drury Lane and the Haymarket from 1737 to 1843. In the provinces patent theatres were established at Bath by 8 Geo. III. c. 10, at Liverpool by II Geo. III. c. 16, and at Bristol by 18 Geo. III. c. 8, the act of 1737 being in each case repealed pro tanto. The acting of plays at the universities was forbidden by ro Geo. II. c. .19. It is not a little remarkable that the universities, once possessing unusual dramatic privileges, should not only have lost those privileges, but have in addition become subject to special disabilities.^ And there's part of me today that still wants to feel those little joys again -- to get lost in the "Christmas feeling" of my childhood.
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^ Of those species, the Hisa only present one culture.
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^ Those who accept the invitation will be the only additions in 2009 to the Academys roster of voting members.
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.The restrictions upon the drama were found very inconvenient in the large towns, especially in those which did not possess patent theatres.^ So I was very surprised, upon second viewing, that I found it far funnier than I remembered.
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^ Shortly after that we found two unopened 6″ Kirk and Spock TMP figures, we got both of them for about 7 bucks each, now those I did take care of and saved them unopened.
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.In one direction the difficulty was met by the lord chamberlain granting annual licences for performances of operas, pantomimes and other spectacles not regarded as legitimate drama.^ Regardless of what I think of his other work, I know enough of opera to know that he was talking out of this ass on that one.
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^ It will be interesting to see the direction the next film - if indeed there is one, I hope so - takes in this regard.

^ Nimoy directed two solid and respectable films; one being an acceptable action and Wrath of Kahn -followup, the other being a comedy that doesn't insult its series.
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In another direction relief was given by the act of 1788 (28 Geo. III. c. .30), under which licences for occasional performances might be granted in general or quarter sessions for a period of not more than sixty days.^ That’s right, 1 billion per day or more than 30 billion per month.
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^ Our Members generate more than $4...

^ Each year more than 500 college and university film students from all over the country compete for Student Academy Awards and the accompanying cash grants.
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The rights of patent theatres were preserved by the prohibition to grant such a licence to any theatre within eight miles of a patent theatre. .During this period (1737-1843) there were several decisions of the courts which confirmed the 1 The " advowry," as it was called, over the Cheshire minstrels lasted until 1756, when the latest minstrel court was held at Chester.^ Several scenes establish that Nero and his crew were taken to Rura Penthe and had been held there for several years.
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^ Kirk had, just moments before, showed evidence of his own decisive nature, rapidly correlating several sources of information to make a prediction that was immediately confirmed.

2 Interludes were acted in the open air at Berriew in Montgomeryshire as lately as 1819, when the players were indicted before the Great Sessions of Wales. They had been prohibited in the Declaration of Sports (1633) and in the Propositions of Uxbridge (1644).
See W. Nicholson, The Struggle for a free Stage in London (1907).
operation of the act of 1737 as creating a monopoly. The exclusive rights of the patent theatres were also recognized in the Disorderly Houses Act, 1751, and in private acts dealing with Covent Garden and Drury Lane, and regulating the rights of parties, the application of charitable funds, &c. (see 16 Geo. III. cc. 13, 31; 50 Geo. III. c. ccxiv.; 52 Geo. III. c. xix.; 1 Geo. IV. c. lx.). The results of theatrical monopoly were beneficial neither to the public nor to the monopolists themselves. In 1832 a select committee of the House of Commons recommended the legal recognition of " stage-right " and the abolition of theatrical monopoly. The recommendations of the report as to stage-right were carried out immediately by Bulwer Lytton's Act, 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 15 (see Copyright). But it was not till eleven years later that the Theatres Act, 1843, was passed, a previous bill on the same lines haying been rejected by the House of Lords. .The act of 1843 inaugurated a more liberal policy, and there is now complete " free trade " in theatres, subject to the conditions imposed by the act.^ Now on the other hand, the old timeline does no longer exist insofar as that there will be no more original timeline stories told.
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^ Now there's Gold Latinum crap to trade and sell.
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^ There are now more than a thousand shark pictures and sections on shark evolution, biology, and conservation.

The growth of theatres since that time has ,been enormous. Nor does the extension seem to have been attended with the social dangers anticipated by some of the witnesses before the committee of 1832.
The suppression of objectionable plays was the ground of many early statutes and proclamations. .While the religious drama was dying out, the theatre was used as a vehicle for enforcing religious and political views not always as orthodox as those of a miracle play.^ Another religious concept, the idea of a paradise, or heaven, has played out countless times in the shows and films.
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Thus the act of 34 & 35 Hen. VIII. c. I made it criminal to play in an interlude contrary to the orthodox faith declared, or to be declared, by that monarch. Profanity in theatres seems to have been a crying evil of the time. Stephen Gosson attacked it as early as 1579 in his School of Abuse. The first business of the government of Edward VI. was to pass an act reciting that the most holy and blessed .sacrament was named in plays by such vile and unseemly words as Christian ears did abhor to hear rehearsed, and inflicting fine and imprisonment upon any person advisedly contemning, despising or reviling the said most blessed sacrament (1 Edw.^ Ignore most what I said above, the second part of this was going to compliment the person who wrote that piece (i.e.
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VI. c. A proclamation of the same king in 1549 forbade the acting of interludes in English on account of their dealing with sacred subjects. In 1556 the council called attention to certain lewd persons in the livery of Sir F. Leke representing plays and interludes reflecting upon the queen and her consort and the formalities of the mass. The same queen forbade the recurrence of such a representation as the mask given by Sir Thomas Pope in honour of the Princess Elizabeth at Hatfield, for she " misliked these follies." By the Act of Uniformity, I Eliz. c. 2, it was made an offence punishable by a fine of a hundred marks to speak anything in the derogation, depraving or despising of the Book of Common Prayer in any interludes or plays. .In 1605 " An Act to restrain the Abuses of Players " made it an offence punishable by a fine of 10 to jestingly or profanely speak or use certain sacred names in any stage play, interlude, show, may-game or pageant (3 Jac.^ In the rec room, as Kirk and McCoy observe in Kirk's quarters, Decker shows "Ilia" the pictures of five previous ships named Enterprise and then shows her one of the games.
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^ Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff on 10 Ka Dum this week The stars join Salman Khan on his cool game show.
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^ Using the professional name "Mark Musashi," Masaru worked as both stuntman and actor on several Japanese films and television shows as well as numerous internationally recognized video games.

I. c. 21). In consequence of the appearance of players in the characters of the king of Spain and (Gondomar, an ordinance of James I. forbade the representation on the stage of any living Christian king. The first act of the reign of Charles I. forbade acting on Sunday. .Puritan opposition to the theatre culminated in the ordinance of 1648, making it a crime even to be present as a spectator at a play.^ I didn’t even know they planned on making a Sider-Man 4, but apparently they are and they are looking at Rachel McAdams to play one of the villains.

.4 After the Restoration there are few royal proclamations or ordinances, the necessary jurisdiction being exercised almost entirely by parliament and the lord chamberlain.^ A nice history with at least half of it being Nimoy narrating/being interviewed (there was a blatant absence of someone here but you will notice that through this entire set).
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^ There are quite a few of the old Star Trek gang that I am still in touch with after almost 20 years.
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.Among the few post-Restoration royal proclamations is that of the 25th of February 1664-65, restraining any but the company of the Duke of York's theatre from entering at the attiring house of the theatre, and that of the 27th of February 1698-99 against immorality in plays.^ Tara Dairman's plays have been produced and read professionally by the Fishamble Theatre Company in Dublin, Ireland, and La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in New York City.

Preventive censorship of the drama by an officer of state dates from the reign of Elizabeth. The master of the revels (see Revels) appears to have been the dramatic censor from 1545 to 4 For the anti-theatrical Puritan literature see Courthope, History of English Poetry, ii. 381.
1624, when he was superseded by his official superior, the lord chamberlain.' .In some cases the supervision was put into commission.^ Some estimates put the final cost at $60 million, making it one of the most expensive movies ever made if translated into today’s dollars.

Thus with Tilney, the master of the revels in 1581, were associated by order of the privy council a divine and a statesman. .In other cases it was delegated, as to Daniel the poet by warrant in 1603. The proposal to give statutory authority to the jurisdiction of the lord chamberlain led, as has been already stated, to the withdrawal of Sir John Barnard's bill in 1735, and to considerable debate before the bill of 1737 became law.^ What I’m suggesting is that because Pike is already injured in this case, the way the other accident happened, with him repairing a plasma conduit or something (refresh my memory?
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Lord Chesterfield's objection to the bill in the House of Lords was not unreasonable. " If the players," said he, " are to be punished, let it be by the laws of their country, and not by the will of an irresponsible despot." A stage play must now be duly licensed before performance. § .12 of the act of 1843 prescribes that a copy of every new play and of every addition to an old play, and of every new prologue or epilogue or addition thereto (such copy to be signed by the master or manager), shall be sent to the lord chamberlain, and, if the lord chamberlain does not forbid it within seven days, it may be represented.^ Additionally, filmmakers must send a DVD of their film and a hard copy of their signed application to the appropriate regional coordinator.
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^ The directors, actors, and crew had all day Friday to mount these new plays.
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^ LadyDi71 So does anyone KNOW "For Sure" who is playing Jacob Black....since Steven is in justa bout every trailer!!!
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§ .13 empowers the lord chamberlain to fix a scale of fees for examination; the fee is now two guineas for a play of three or more acts, one guinea for a play of less than three acts.^ As for it’s mass, I got the feeing it acted as more of a catalyst.
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^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
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^ I pay less than $120.00 a month and my paper phone bill has never been more than 5 sheets of paper.
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.All plays represented previously to the act are held to be licensed.^ Characters that are developed begin to act contrary to any and all previously established traits.
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.A play once licensed is licensed once for all unless the licence be revoked under § 14. The examination is the duty of a special officer of the lord chamberlain's department, the examiner of stage plays.^ I once took a crack at playing with the Rock Monster from the TrekV Special edition DVD, and with the right music/quick cuts was kind of fun to toy with.
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^ Quinto plays the character as well as you could imagine and the real special thing in this movie is that finally (FINALLY) the half human side of Spock is heavily examined.
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.In spite of occasional lapses of judgment, a belief in the wisdom generally shown in the exercise of the censorship has been confirmed by the report of the select committee of the House of Commons in 1866, and also by the report of the joint committee of both Houses in 1909. The censorship has been consistently supported in recent years by theatrical managers, but violently opposed by an advanced section of dramatic authors.^ Interestingly, both directors composed an almost identical shot, including the placement: reporter, policeman, managing editor.
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^ For the past year things have conspired against me getting in a consistent workout routine: • We were recently blessed with a daughter and a large % of … Read more.
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^ Shatner even reported several times his belief that Abrams was planning for both he and Leonard Nimoy to appear in the film, although they would have to be meaningful roles.
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.There have been instances, no doubt, where perhaps both the lord chamberlain and his subordinate officer, the examiner of stage plays, have been somewhat nice in their objections.^ I think his reasoning was that he was interested in helping Kirk with his career and perhaps he had no 2nd commanding officer.
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^ Perhaps the Romulans and Vulcans will join now that they both have no homeworld… .
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^ Star Trek is a great way to usher in the start of the Summer 2009 movie season, and there is no doubt that Star Trek is going to be the biggest movie of the summer, if not the biggest of the year.
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Thus, during the illness of George III., King Lear was inhibited. George Colman, when examiner, showed an extraordinary antipathy to such words as " heaven " or " angel." The lord chamberlain's powers are still occasionally exerted against scriptural dramas, less frequently for political reasons. Later instances are Oscar Wilde's Salome (1892), Joseph of Canaan (1896), Maeterlinck's Monna Vanna (1902); Housman's Bethlehem (1902),(1902), Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado (temporarily in 1907), and a play by Laurence Housman dealing with George IV. (1910). .Before 1866 the lord chamberlain appears to have taken into consideration the wants of the neighbourhood before granting a licence, but since that year such a course has been abandoned.^ In addition to the feature film, other elements from each year, such as short subjects, behind-the-scenes footage, trailers and music, will be incorporated into each evenings program.
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^ All who want to buy into it are of course free to do so.
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^ Obviously since photons are massless, and the explosion appeared to be roughly spherically symmetric, this energy can be directly translated into momentum.
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.The joint committee in 1909 recommended that it should be optional for an author to submit a play for licence, and legal to perform an unlicensed play whether submitted or not, the risk of police intervention being taken.^ But that's the risk taken by all who attempt to create drama based on an existing mythology, whether historical or fictional.
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.They also recommended that the reasons for which a licence should be refused should be: indecency, offensive personalities, the representation in an invidious manner of a living person or a person recently dead, violation of the sentiments of religious reverence, the presence of anything likely to conduce to crime or vice, or to cause a breach with a friendly power, or a breach of the peace.^ They seem to be like time warm holes more than anything.
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^ They use the tech to deal with issues like religion, racial prejudice and personal identity - what sci-fi should be doing IMHO .
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^ It doesn’t look like you’re hurting for money, which is really astonishing because you don’t seem to do anything for a living.
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.A theatre may be defined with sufficient accuracy for the present purpose as a building in which a stage play is performed for hire.^ The story is a fictional presentation based upon a stage production, originally written and performed by BYU professor Barta Heiner.
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.It will be seen from the following sketch of the law that there are a considerable number of different persons.^ And I could count on the fingers of one hand the number of films I have seen that show a person on a chair, a PWD. The indignities of such a life are limned with precision.
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^ I mean that to me Batman has no depth precisely because I can't follow 15 different Batman incarnations (or however many there are; I was using hyperbole).
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^ Honestly, there are going to be differences, the movie lines cannot follow the books exactly because there isn't enough time to do so.
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corporate and unincorporate, with jurisdiction over theatres. A consolidation of the law and the placing of jurisdiction in the hands of a central authority for the United Kingdom would probably be convenient. .The committee of 1866 recommended the transfer to the lord chamberlain of the regulation of all places of amusement, and an appeal from him to the home secretary in certain cases, as also the extension of his authority to preventive censorship in all public entertainments; but no legislation resulted.^ The Awards Rules Committee then reviews all proposed changes before presenting its recommendations to the Academys Board of Governors for approval.
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^ No villain death event or even any fight scene action takes place too quickly for the characters to say all that they want to say about it, even if it’s only “No!
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

^ Where did that scene come from w Spock after he’s just lost his home planet and she’s going all mega-seductive & lustful now on him?
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The committee of 1909 1 It was probably through his influence that the expletives in Shakespeare were edited. The quarto of 1622 contains more than the folio of 1623.
recommended the abolition of any distinction between theatres and music-halls. Several bills for the amendment of the law have been introduced, but without success in the face of more burning political questions.' Building. - .A theatre (at any rate to make it such a building as can be licensed) must be a permanent building, not a mere tent or booth, unless when licensed by justices at a lawful fair by § 23 of the act of 1843. It must, if in the metropolis, conform to the regulations as to structure contained in the Metropolis Management Act 1878, and the Local Government Act 1888. These acts make a certificate of structural fitness from the county council necessary as a condition precedent for licence in the case of all theatres of a superficial area of not less than 500 sq.^ Hearing all of these people say that it's like Event Horizon just makes me want to watch that movie as well.
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^ Each year more than 500 college and university film students from all over the country compete for Student Academy Awards and the accompanying cash grants.
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^ In all these areas, the film excelled and finally, for a Trek film, even the action was good.
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ft. licensed after the passing of the act, give power to the council in certain cases to call upon proprietors of existing theatres to remedy structural defects, and enable it to make regulations for protection from fire. The existing regulations were issued on the 30th of July 1901 and 25th of March 1902. As to theatres in provincial towns, the Towns Improvement Act 1847, and the Public Health Act 1875, confer certain limited powers over the building on municipal corporations and urban sanitary authorities. .In many towns, however, the structural qualifications of buildings used as theatres depend upon local acts and the by-laws made under the powers of such acts.^ Any unauthorized or prohibited use of any Material may subject you to civil liability, criminal prosecution, or both, under applicable federal, state and local laws.
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^ Will this powerful new technology save the world, or will it be used to create the most deadly weapon ever made?
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^ I mean that to me Batman has no depth precisely because I can't follow 15 different Batman incarnations (or however many there are; I was using hyperbole).
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Performance

.To constitute a building where a performance takes place a theatre, the performance must be (a) of a stage-play, and (b) for hire.^ For weekend performances taking place in the morning and afternoon, the box office will open two hours prior to show time.
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^ His essay "Theatre Takes Place: Why Locally Grown Plays Matter" is long, passionate, and gutsy.
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^ For weekend performances taking place in the evening, the box office will open at 2pm.
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.(a) By § 23 of the act of 1843 the word " stageplay " includes tragedy, comedy, farce, opera, burletta, interlude, melodrama, pantomime or other entertainment of the stage, or any part thereof.^ Consequently, the partners at the company behind the production, Odd Lot Entertainment, parted ways after 23 years together.

^ Since TV shows (and movies) are visual media, part of their "worldbuilding" is going to be visual, and that's not something that can be conveyed by word count, or lack thereof.
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^ I'm going to divide this review into two parts: about the movie qua journalism movie, then a few words about the movie as an entertainment.
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.The two tests of a stage-play appear to be the excitement of emotion and the representation of action.^ Overcranking The process of speeding the frame rate of a camera up, so that when the captured pictures are played at the normal frame rate the action appears to be in slow motion.

.The question whether a performance is a stage-play or not seems to be one of degree, and one rather of fact than of law.^ To say sunshine is one of the best sci-fi's of the decade begs the question of whether or not this guy was born this year.
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^ To get around one of these places in any reasonable timescale requires you to be going rather a lot quicker than, say, a jet plane.
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^ Ernest Films - Among the Broadway signs Marge and the kids see before they go into a performance of Kickin It is one for a play entitled Ernest Goes To Broadway .
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.A ballet d'action would usually be a stage-play, but it would be otherwise with a.^ A director is usually (but not always) the driving artistic source behind the filming process, and communicates to actors the way that he/she would like a particular scene played.

ballet divertissement. § .14 empowers the lord chamberlain to forbid the acting of any stage-play in Great Britain whenever he may be of opinion that it is fitting for the preservation of good manners, decorum, or the public peace to do so.^ The effects are great, the acting good.
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^ As a film watcher, I thought this was a good action film with good acting and great effects.
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^ The fact that they espouse that life is the greatest good yet cannot defend or preserve their own lives indicates a great problem in their philosophy.
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§ .15 imposes a penalty of £50 on any one acting or presenting a play or part of a play after such inhibition, and avoids the licence of the theatre where it appears.^ The theatre played host to numerous known acts, including Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Beach Boys, Tom Jones, Diana Ross, and John Sebastian.
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^ Cameo A bit part played by a famous actor who would ordinarily not take such a small part.

^ He has also written several one-act plays that have been produced in Los Angeles and New York.

Regulations of police respecting the performance are contained in 2 & 3 Vict. c. 47, and in many local acts. .A performance may also be proceeded against as a nuisance at common law, if, for instance, it be contra bonos mores or draw together a great concourse of vehicles, or if so much noise be heard in the neighbourhood as to interfere with the ordinary occupations of life.^ Why it's Great: The opening scene alone with the fireflies is enough to suggest this, but it's much more than that.
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^ There are great differences, but in the end most people have more in common than they think.
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Very curious instances of proceedings at common law are recorded. In Sir Anthony Ashley's case (2 Rolle's Rep. 109), 1615, players were indicted for riot and unlawful assembly. In 1700 the grand jury of Middlesex presented the two play-houses. and also the bear-garden on Bankside (the " Paris garden " of Henry VIII. act v. sc. 3) as riotous and disorderly nuisances. .Performances on Sunday, Good Friday, and Christmas day are illegal.^ They will spend Friday, January 29, through Sunday, January 31, viewing three films each day and then casting their ballots.
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^ The Academy will be closed during the Memorial Day holiday weekend Saturday, May 24, through Monday, May 26, as well as for the Independence Day holiday weekend Friday, July 4, through Sunday, July 6.
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.Regulations as to the sale of intoxicating liquors during the performance are made by the licensing acts and other public general acts, as well as by local acts and rules made by county councils.^ The family deals with the husband's flagrant sexual relationship with the other man, as well as their lesbian neighbors, along with a heavy doses of profanity and general perversion.
  • Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper 2 February 2010 17:34 UTC www.thestranger.com [Source type: General]

^ A well made film, with the usual enjoyable performances by the cast.
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^ Historically, studios (and the entertainment industry in general) do very well during economic crises.
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It is frequently a condition of the licence granted to provincial. theatres that no excisable liquors shall be sold or consumed on the premises. The excise duty where such liquors are sold varies. according to the annual value of the theatre up to a maximum of X20. The Dangerous Performances Acts, 1879 and 1897, forbid: under a penalty of Do any public exhibition or performancewhereby the life or limbs of a child under the age of sixteen if a boy, eighteen if a girl, shall be endangered. .It also makes the employer of any such child indictable for assault where an accident causing actual bodily harm has happened to the child, and enables the court on conviction of the employer to order him to pay the child compensation not exceeding £20. The Prevention of Cruelty to Children Act 1904 forbids a child to appear in any public entertainment without a licence from a petty sessional court.^ He orders his wife to leave on the shuttle without him.
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^ Otherwise, if the media element does not have a src attribute but has a source element child, then let mode be children and let candidate be the first such source element child in tree order .
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^ That doesn't make me start going all Chicken Little on society, or excuse me for acting like a petulant child.
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(b) The performance must be for hire. § .16 of the act of 1843 makes a building one in which acting for hire takes place, not only where money is taken directly or indirectly, but also where the purchase of any article is a condition of admission, and where a play is performed in a place in which excisable liquor is sold.^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
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^ One approach, used on Stuart Little (1999), is to sync a laser to the camera so that it is on only when the shutter is closed, and makes a dot where the creature's eyes would be.

^ No villain death event or even any fight scene action takes place too quickly for the characters to say all that they want to say about it, even if it’s only “No!
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In the case of Shelley v. .Bethell, 1883 (Law Reports, 12 Q.B.D. II), it was held that the proprietor of a private theatre was liable to penalties, under the act, though he lent the theatre gratuitously, because tickets of admission were sold in aid of a charity.^ Any unauthorized or prohibited use of any Material may subject you to civil liability, criminal prosecution, or both, under applicable federal, state and local laws.
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Licensing of Building

.By § 2 of the act of 1843 all theatres (other than patent theatres) must be licensed.^ All right, so you can't put the Borg onscreen, or the Romulans, or the Ferengi, but how many other races must there be out there?
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^ Submitted features must fulfill the theatrical release requirements and meet all of the categorys other qualifying rules before they can advance in the voting process.
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^ I don’t see many at all, other than very superficial ones.
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By § 7 no licence I Dryden's words in the " Essay on Satire " (addressed to the' earl of Dorset, lord chamberlain) still describe the duties of the office. ." As lord chamberlain I know you are absolute by your, office in all that belongs to the decency and good manners of the stage.^ In reality what happens in your life irrevocably changes you, and good, deep storytelling should reflect that.
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^ At least now we all know in what they use all that “FEES and TAXES” at the end of my monthly bill … Good job!!!.lol.
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^ Says: May 10th, 2009 at 1:05 pm you know absolutely nothing about film making and shouldn’t be allowed to publish reviews.
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.You can banish from thence scurrility and profaneness, and restrain the licentious insolence of poets and their actors in all.^ We’ve all heard stories of drama happening on a movie set, like ghosts or actors showing up late (I’m looking at you Lindsay Lohan ).

^ I hope you put WoK as number one in your final list, because I really think that was the best of the best that all of the actors were to bring to the series.
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things that shock the public quiet or the reputation of private persons under the notion of humour." is to be granted except to the actual and responsible manager, who is to be bound by himself and two sureties for due observance of rules and for securing payment of any penalties incurred. The metropolitan theatres other than the patent theatres (as far at least as they are included in the boroughs named in the act of 1843) are licensed by the lord chamberlain. By § 4 his fee on grant of a
licence is not to exceed 10s. for each month for which the theatre is licensed. .The lord chamberlain appears to have no power to make suitable rules for enforcing order and decency.^ October 18, 2009 00:24 334: Low gravity MUST make it an order of magnitude easier to mine No.
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He ,can, however, by § 8, suspend or revoke a licence or close a patent theatre where any riot or misbehaviour has taken place. He has issued a code of regulations.
Provincial theatres fall under three different licensing authorities. .The lord chamberlain licenses theatres in Windsor and Brighton, and theatres situated in the places where the king occasionally resides, but only during the time of such occasional residence (§ 3).^ Pix: Stars, fans flock MJ's This is It premiere Thousands of MJ fans and Hollywood stars flock to theatres to catch the King of Pop in action for one last time.
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^ This week in entertainment history A look at the events that took place in the past during this time of the year .
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Theatres at Oxford and Cambridge, or within 14 m. thereof, are licensed by the justices having jurisdiction therein, but before any such licence can come into force the consent of the chancellor or vice-chancellor must be given. .The rules made by the justices for the management of the theatre are subject to the approval of the chancellor or vice-chancellor, who may also impose such conditions upon the licence as he thinks fit.^ Each Promotion may have Additional Terms and/or Rules which will be posted or otherwise made available to you and, for purposes of each Promotion, will be deemed incorporated into and form a part of this Agreement.
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^ I can live with that, and I think most Star Trek fans can, though obviously there's also a large group who would be up in arms over such things.
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^ Now that a new year is upon us, you may be thinking about that resolution you set to create more videos.
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In case of any breach of the rules or conditions, he may annul the licence (§ io). All other provincial theatres are licensed by the county councils or county borough councils 1 under s. .7 of the act of 1888, except in case of a special and temporary performance, where justices still grant the licence as they did in all cases before that act came into operation.^ B-films were cheaper for studios because they did not involve the most highly paid actors or costly sets, and were popular with theater owners because they were less expensive to bring into their theaters while still able to draw revenue.

^ According to Wise, the special effects came in so late, they didn't have time to preview the film to an audience and get some feedback and so they were stuck with just throwing the expensive effects into the film and basically having to rely on them.
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^ I just wanted to reach out to J.J. and just hug him and say “It’s all right, dear, you still did good.” Pat him on the head and smile that smile that parents do when they realize their kid has turned out to be a bit of a dullard.
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

.The regulations of the London County Council are dated the 27th of July 1897. Penalties are imposed by the act for keeping or acting in an unlicensed theatre, and for producing or acting in an unlicensed play.^ The theatre played host to numerous known acts, including Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Beach Boys, Tom Jones, Diana Ross, and John Sebastian.
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^ He has also written several one-act plays that have been produced in Los Angeles and New York.

A contract to perform in an unlicensed theatre is unenforceable.

Music Halls

Music was at no time the object of restrictions as severe as those imposed upon the drama. .The present English act governing music halls, the Disorderly Houses Act 1751, was passed probably in consequence of the publication in 1750 of Fielding's Inquiry into the Causes of the late Increase of Robbers. It is remarkable that two works of the same writer should from opposite causes have led to both theatre and music-hall legislation of lasting importance.^ The theatre played host to numerous known acts, including Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Beach Boys, Tom Jones, Diana Ross, and John Sebastian.
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^ This remarkably pretentious film about British casinos and a hard-working would-be writer tells where it should have shown.
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^ Both presentations will feature live musical accompaniment by Michael Mortilla.
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.The act was originally passed for a term of three years, but was made perpetual by 28 Geo.^ All will serve three-year terms.
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^ Star Trek TOS cover three years, so much of there story was not written or made.
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^ Academy board members serve three-year terms, while officers serve one-year terms, with a maximum of four consecutive terms in any one office.
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II. c. 19. It applies only to music halls within 20 m. of London and Westminster. .Every such music hall must be licensed at the Michaelmas quarter sessions, the licence to be signified under the hands and seals of four or more justices.^ In a recent working session on market trends, we debated the issue of what impact internet video would have on the pay TV market such as cable or IPTV. This is an interesting one, as on the one hand, we … Read more.
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The licence may be granted for music or dancing or both. Public notice of the licence is to be given by affixing over the door the inscription " Licensed in pursuance of act of parliament for," with the addition of words showing the purpose. The penalty for keeping an unlicensed music hall is £loo. This act is amended as to Middlesex by the Music and Dancing Licences (Middlesex) Act 1894, putting the licensing into the hands of the county council. Regulations were made by the council under this act on the 31st of July 1900 and the 27th of June 1901. Music halls beyond the radius of 20 m. from London and Westminster are mainly governed by the Public Health Act 1890, the licensing authority being the licensing justices. .There is no censorship of music-hall performance, the only remedy for anything objectionable is for the licensing authority to withdraw the licence or refuse to renew it.^ The answer that you would get is a resounding NO! There were no parallels to the real world that we learned anything scientifically, philosophically or morally about.
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^ There may no longer be room in the Star Trek universe for anything more thoughtful than a happy ending.
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^ "And the perils, rewards, punishments, and fulfilments of an adventure must be real, or the adventure is only a shifting and heartless nightmare.If I bet I must be made to pay, or there is no poetry in betting.
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See generally W. N. M. Geary, Law of Theatres and Music Halls (1885); C. Hamlyn, Manual of Theatrical Law (1891); A. A. Strong, Dramatic and Musical Law (1898); J. B. Williamson, Law of Licensing (1902).

Scotland

.In Scotland the theatre has always exercised a smaller amount of influence than in England, and there has been little exclusively Scottish legislation on the subject.^ And were finding that there are more causes to the problem than simply the notion that Americans are eating more and exercising less.
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1555, c. .40, dis- ,countenanced certain amusements of a semi-theatrical kind by enacting that no one was to be chosen Robert Hude (sic), Little John, abbot of unreason, or queen of May.^ Comment by oldtimer — May 9, 2009 @ 6:14 am Reply to this post I hated it so bad that I hope no one will see that crap.
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^ No one was dressed in a Starfleet uniform and I counted less than ten out about 350 that appeared to be over 40.
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^ KellansOnlyWife tiffanyd666 is the queen of trailers lol XD smvgrey yeah hers are good, but it would be no fun with just one trailer to choose from.
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.A proclamation of James VI. in 1574, and 1579, C. 12, followed the lines of English legislation by making persons using unlawful plays, such as jugglery or fast and loose, punishable as vagabonds.^ Costume Supervisor The person in charge of costumes, usually preparing them for use and making sure they are accurate and faithful to the designs.

^ Abrams and whoever else comes to play in the new Trek sandbox make good use of the tragedy, then good.
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^ Whedon also has the knack for playing the English language like a fine fiddle which makes the dialog far richer than should be expected for any TV show.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

In 1574 the General Assembly claimed to license plays, and forbade representations on Sunday. As in England, the licensing power seems then to have passed from the church to the crown, for in 1599 James VI. licensed a theatre at Edinburgh. 1672, c. 21, exempted comedians while upon the stage from the sumptuary provisions of the act respecting apparel. .The chamberlain of Scotland, while such an office existed, appears to have exercised a certain police jurisdiction over theatres.^ I am reasonably certain that such a focal point paradox exists in the new movie, as well.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

The Theatres Act 1843 extends to Scotland, as did also the previous act of 1737, and further provisions are made by the Burgh Police Act 1892.

Ireland

Theatrical legislation, as far as it went, was based upon English models. Thus ridicule of the liturgy was forbidden by 2 Eliz. c. 2 (Ir.); common players of interludes and wandering 1 The councils may delegate their authority to justices, a district council, or a committee of their own body, such as the Theatre .and Music Hall Committee of the London County Council.
minstrels were deemed vagabonds, io & 11 Car. I. c. 4 (Ir.). In 1786 an act was passed to enable the crown to grant letters patent for one or more theatres in Dublin city and county, 26 Geo. III. c. 57 (Ir.). .The preamble alleges that the establishing of a wellregulated theatre at the seat of government will be productive of public advantage and tend to improve the morals of the people.^ He is also actively involved in public service, including "Do Something," a non-profit organization dedicated to motivating young people to improve society.

.Exceptions from the restrictions of the act were made in favour of entertainments for the benefit of the Dublin lying-in hospital and exhibitions of horsemanship or puppet-shows.^ Young Spock asks if he was making a gambit; older Spock states that he made "an act of faith" to his old friend, which he hopes that he will show again in the future.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

The existing theatre and music-hall acts do not apply to Ireland, except the Public Health Act 1890, s. 51.

British Colonies

There is a large amount of legislation. An example is the Victoria Act, No 1430 (1897), giving the chief secretary power to cancel or suspend the licence of any theatre if used on Sunday without special permit.

United States

.Public entertainments, dramatic or other, are usually under the control of the municipal authorities, and there is no act of Congress on the subject, except one of 1898 imposing a temporary war tax on the theatres.^ I rate them exactly like any other episode of Star Trek, except usually with a bigger screenshot, a higher rating most of the time, and a lot more commentary.
  • Kethinov - Star Trek Reviews 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.kethinov.com [Source type: General]

^ Does no one work the engineering section except Scotty?
  • Star Trek Review - Film Junk 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.filmjunk.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ We’ve seen malfunctioning hyperdriv…I mean warp drives many times (and this time there was no danger to it, other then to berate a beloved charactor’s abilities.
  • Review: “Star Trek” | KyleSmithOnline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC kylesmithonline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.In most states there is state legislation, requiring places of public entertainment to be licensed by the proper authority.^ Little states they have taken creative license here and there, but it's a true story.
  • LDS Film|Movies by Latter-day Saints|LDS Videos|Utah filmmakers 27 January 2010 23:53 UTC www.ldsfilm.com [Source type: General]

^ P.S. Public libraries are a great place to look for hard to find movies and generally there are no rental fees (some libraries) .
  • The Best 19 Movies You Didn't See in 2007 « FirstShowing.net 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC www.firstshowing.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ There will most likely be opportunities for networking within the entertainment industry during the internshi...

In many states it is a condition of the licence that intoxicating liquors shall not be sold in such places. .Other conditions, more or less usual, are that there shall be no Sunday or dangerous performances, that acrobats shall be properly protected, and that female waiters shall not be employed.^ I rate them exactly like any other episode of Star Trek, except usually with a bigger screenshot, a higher rating most of the time, and a lot more commentary.
  • Kethinov - Star Trek Reviews 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.kethinov.com [Source type: General]

^ More > > Portfolio Coffeehouse 2300 Fourth St., Long Beach Though there’s no alcohol served—wait!
  • Orange County Column - Theater 3 February 2010 18:46 UTC www.ocweekly.com [Source type: General]

^ It doesn't mean I think less of Welles' effort, just that I think more of some others.
  • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

.Structural qualifications are in some cases made necessary.^ The structural issues you see with much of TV - which in some cases are quite real - do not apply here.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ In some cases, a film classification board exhibits censorship by demanding changes be made to a movie in order to receive a certain rating.

.Thus in 1885 the New York legislature passed an act containing many minute provisions for ensuring the safety of theatres against fire, A characteristic piece of legislation is the New York Act of 1873, c.^ New York Minute (2004) .
  • Watch Full Movies Online with blinkx Remote 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC tv.blinkx.com [Source type: General]

^ He has also written several one-act plays that have been produced in Los Angeles and New York.

^ Pulitzer's sons acted a lot like the daughters in the film and the New York Telegram , which bought the World, looks a lot like the paper that takes over The Day in the movie.
  • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

186, enacting that no citizen is to be excluded from a theatre by reason of race, colour or previous condition of servitude. This act of course merely carries out the important principle affirmed in art. xiv. of the amendments to the constitution of the United States. .There are two curious and conflicting decisions of other states on the matter.^ There are at least fifty changes from the first version to the revised version, some as short as a single word, others as long as a paragraph or two.
  • Complete Starfleet Library - Star Trek: The Lost Books 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.well.com [Source type: General]

^ There are other , more complicated delivery and fissioning systems: two stage, three-stage (fission-fusion-fission) and others.
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

^ You keep saying there is, but only two other people besides me even addressed you directly.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Missouri held that a manager could discriminate against a person of colour, Michigan that he could not (see Green's Digest, vol.^ Figuring out who that could be, Kirk chuckles and says he'll see to it that person beams up and heads for the transporter room.
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

^ Blacklisting AKA: Blacklist A list of filmmakers or actors who have either been formally or informally discriminated against, due to their personal, political, social, or religious beliefs.

i. 642). Continental Europe. - .The principal points in which the continental theatre differs from the English are that Sunday is the most important day, and that the theatre is often owned or subsidized by the state or a municipality.^ Lead Role AKA: Lead, Female Lead, Male Lead The most important character in a movie, often distinguished by gender.

^ Of course, like all journalism films, it concentrates on the most exciting, important days in a journalist's life, because tedium isn't very entertaining.
  • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

^ A movie is always about the most important day in a person's life.
  • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

.In France there has been much legislation since the days of the Revolution, the principal law being one of 1864. A feature is the tax known as le droit des pauvres, which has been the subject of much discussion.^ One of the nice things about this new film is that there are great moments that pay direct homage to earlier films and the show without being hokey.
  • BLAST-OFF! ‘Star Trek’ Opens To $26.8M Friday, $27.4M Saturday, $21.2M Sunday = $79.3M Weekend (Incl $4M Thursday): Attracted Audience Well Beyond Trekkies – Deadline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.deadline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ There is in fact one TV show now being broadcast that does all that.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ Since that time there has been so much self-contradiction in produced "canon" and technobabble that it is pointless to discuss it anymore.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

The censure prealble was abolished in 1906. The object is attained by police penalties. Most of the authorities will be found in Dalloz, Supplement, vol. xvii., and, for the older law, .Lacan, La Legislation et la jurisprudence des theft' tres (1853), and Maugras, Les Comediens hors de la loi (1887), may be consulted.^ LA RUE SANS LOI Louis de Funès (2000) .
  • Watch Full Movies Online with blinkx Remote 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC tv.blinkx.com [Source type: General]

^ Says: May 17th, 2009 at 9:26 am Revisando la ciencia de Star Trek (2009) [SPOILERS] .
  • BA Review: Star Trek | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC blogs.discovermagazine.com [Source type: General]

.Italy has produced at least two modern works on the subject, Rivalta, Storia e Sistema del Diritto dei Teatri (1886), and Tabanelli, Codice del Teatro (1901).^ Two Hands (Directed by Nathaniel Kahn; produced by Susan Rose Behr, Kahn) Academy Award nominee: Documentary Short Subject .
  • The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences what going on 6 February 2010 12:34 UTC www.montebubbles.net [Source type: General]

.What strikes one is how little special legislation there is on the subject.^ On the one hand, there's this overreaching arc relating to multiple universes and how different groups (in both universes) react to their discovery and to communication/travel between them.
  • Charlie's Diary: Why I hate Star Trek 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.antipope.org [Source type: General]

^ One of the depressing things about newspapering is how little changes going from a fifth-rate rag in a one-horse town to the New York Times.
  • P.S. A Column On Things: Journalism Movies 16 January 2010 12:012 UTC psacot.typepad.com [Source type: General]

^ How can you say there's something wrong with telling a story about one of those alternate worlds?
  • JIMMY AKIN.ORG: Decent Films doings: Digging Star Trek, Fact-checking Angels & Demons 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.jimmyakin.org [Source type: General]

The penal code meets most cases. .Spain retained the autos sacramentales much longer than other countries retained the religious drama.^ Jayasurya-Roma romance in Uthara Swayamvaram Other than the much hyped Kerala Cafe, the other Malayalam film releasing on this week is Uttara Swayamvaram.
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^ Posted by Maopheus on May 10th, 2009 I agree that this is an excellent movie, but other than that I pretty much disagree with most of your review, Sean.
  • Star Trek Review - Film Junk 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.filmjunk.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

Legislation begins very early. .The Siete Partidas enacts that the clergy are not to take part as actors or spectators in scurrilous plays (juegos por escarnio). Cervantes in the first part of Don Quixote makes the canon of Toledo regret that the government had not appointed a censor to prevent the acting of plays not only injurious to morals but also offending against the classical rules of the drama.^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
  • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Someone should tell this guy that big name actors don’t necessarily make a movie good.
  • Review: “Star Trek” | KyleSmithOnline.com 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC kylesmithonline.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Cameo A bit part played by a famous actor who would ordinarily not take such a small part.

There is a considerable amount of law in the Ottoman empire; details will be found in G. Young, Corps de droit ottoman, vol. ii. 320 (1904). (J. W.)


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only mentioned in Acts 19:29, 31. The ruins of this theatre at Ephesus still exist, and they show that it was a magnificent structure, capable of accommodating some 56,700 persons.
^ I agree they shouldn't change actors now, but Charlie and Alice are the only ones who have acting talent.
  • New Moon Trailer — New Moon Movie 2 February 2010 16:23 UTC www.newmoonmovie.org [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I think, since the timelines diverge at Kirk's birth, Picard could still show up and prevent the Borg from fucking up the existing first contact history.
  • Star Trek Review | Pajiba - Scathing Reviews for Bitchy People 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC www.pajiba.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Pike pleads that Romulus still exists, but Nero only knows that his world – the Romulus of the future – was destroyed, and he intends to destroy every world of the Federation, so that others will know his pain.
  • Star Trek (film) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki 3 February 2010 16:42 UTC memory-alpha.org [Source type: General]

It was the largest structure of the kind that ever existed. Theatres, as places of amusement, were unknown to the Jews.
This entry includes text from Easton's Bible Dictionary, 1897.
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Simple English

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Panoramic view of the Hellenic theatre at Epidaurus.
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A young cast of "Princess Turandot"

Theatre (British English and also American English), or Theater (American English only), has several meanings.

The word comes originally from the Greek Theatron, meaning roughly, 'a place to behold'. In American English, the word 'theater' can mean either a place where films are shown (this is also called a cinema) or a place where live stage plays are performed. In British English, 'theatre' means a place where live plays are performed.

'Theatre' or 'Theater' can also mean the business of putting on plays. An actor might say "I am in the theatre business", or a writer might say "I write for the theatre", meaning that they write plays, rather than writing for movies or television shows.

Contents

History

Ancient Greece

Main article: Theatre of Ancient Greece

The first people we know created plays were the Ancient Greeks, about the year 500 A.D. They divided plays into two kinds: tragedy and comedy. This division is still used today. The best known Ancient Greek writers of plays are Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes. Some of their plays survived, and are still performed today.

These ancient Greek plays were performed outdoors in large amphitheatres, so that many people could see them. There were contests among the playwrights (people who write plays are called playwrights) and the winner would get a prize.

The Greeks were full of brilliant ideas. They used mechanical devices like trap doors and the machina: a crane for winching gods on and off the stage (hence 'Deus ex machina'). They had a Greek chorus that offered information to help the audience follow the performance. The chorus comments on themes, and shows how an audience might react to the drama. The players wore masks. Illustrations on vases show helmet-like masks, covering the entire face and head, with holes for the eyes and a small aperture for the mouth, plus a wig. The mask was to ‘melt’ into the face and allow the actor to vanish into the role. Therefore, onlookers did not think about the actor, but thought about the character.

Middle Ages

In the Middle Ages, the Christian church began to use theatre as a way of telling the stories from the Bible to people who did not know how to read. They wrote Mystery Plays, where each part of the Bible story would be a play put on by a different group of people. They also wrote Miracle Plays which were plays about the lives of the saints. There were also Morality plays which taught the audiences how to live a good Christian life.

Commedia dell' arte plays

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Harlequine and Columbine

In the 1500s, groups of actors who would tour around Italy performing comic plays to entertain townspeople. These plays were called Commedia dell'arte, and different stories would be created around the same group of characters. Often the spoken lines would be made up by the actors for each performance.

Other kinds of plays called Neoclassical Dramas and Neoclassical Comedies were also popular in Italy and in France at this time. These plays were written to copy the style of the plays from Ancient Greece and Rome.

Elizabethan theatre

At the end of the sixteenth century (the 1500s), the traveling actors began to perform in fixed theatre buildings. This was the period when William Shakespeare wrote. He lived from 1564 to 1616. At that time, in England, women were not allowed to perform, so male actors would play female characters.

His theatre was in London, England. It was called The Globe. It was an outdoor theatre and plays were performed in the daytime for large audiences. His plays were very popular and are many are still performed today. Many scholars and theatre people believe Shakespeare was one of the best playwrights (a writer of plays).

He wrote many kinds of plays: tragedies, comedies, romances and also history plays. All of his plays are written in beautiful, poetic language. Shakespeare often wrote plays set in Italy or in exotic, far-away places that would be interesting to London audiences. His plays are still popular today for many reasons. His characters (the people in his plays) are interesting and talk about interesting ideas.

The stories he tells in his plays are often exciting, very funny (in the comedies), or very sad (in the tragedies) and make you want to know what happens to his characters. He also talks in his plays about things we still think about today, like love, sadness, hope, pride, hatred, jealousy, and foolishness.

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Famous actors of the 1700s, David Garrick and Susannah Cibber in Venice Preserved.

Plays from the 1900s

After World War II, playwrights in Europe and the United States began doing plays in a new style called "Theatre of the Absurd." After seeing the horrors of war, these playwrights felt that all their old values had been destroyed. Playwrights such as Samuel Beckett, Eugène Ionesco, Harold Pinter, and Jean Genet wrote plays that are considered to be "Theatre of the Absurd."

The "Theatre of the Absurd" plays have some of the same ideas that are found in the philosophy (a way of thinking) called existentialism. Existentialism is very different from many other philosophies. Most religions and philosopies say that human life has a meaning (or a purpose). The philosophy of existentialism is that human life does not have a meaning (or a purpose). When something has no meaning, it is "absurd". (absurd means means silly and meaningless.)

The plays written in this style make people think about questions like "what is it like to be a person in the world?" and "what does it mean for a person to be free?" They are often filled with sad emotions, such as worry, fear, and thoughts about death.

Plays from the 2000s

There are many other types of plays performed in the theatre today.

Theatre breaks

Theatre breaks are a form of short holiday, based around viewing a theatrical show. Theatre breaks tend to include a nights hotel accommodation included in the price. Some theatre breaks websites have been trading for over 20 years. [1]

References

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