The Learning Situation “Sound and Vison: Theatrical Elements in a Play” is best used as the 1st learning situation for this 25-hour course. Focusing on the sounds and visuals of a play or the theatrical elements, will enable students to identify, appreciate and discuss the importance and impact of theatrical elements. This focus also reinforces the aesthetic and visual appeal of plays. They are meant to be watched (preferably experienced) and not read. Visuals and sound effects are powerful. They can convey mood, create tension and orient the audience to a different time and place. The Frankenstein preview makes extensive use of the most powerful and impactful theatrical elements. The examination of these audio visual elements are a foray into appreciating the art of theatre and the importance of set design. The following is a suggested step-by-step guide on how to stage and sequence the Sound and Vision. Theatrical Elements in Plays Learning Situation.


Entre 3 h et 9 h