What is a theater orchestra?
A theater orchestra is an orchestra that plays for all the musicals that go on at that theater.
The Colosseum did not have an orchestra. An orchestra was a part of a theater, not an amphitheater. If a play or pageant of some type were staged in the Colosseum, the orchestra area would have to be erected, as it was not a standard part of the arena. The Colosseum did not have an orchestra. An orchestra was a part of a theater, not an amphitheater. If a play or pageant of some type… Read More
The orchestra puts the drama in the Greek Theatre.
Orchestra was the circular part at the bottom of the theatre where the actors where performing.
An orchestra provides music for the production. In most cases, a live orchestra is present in the theater and features a conductor.
in the orchestra
The stage was the Orchestra.
a theater has 850 seats 60 % of which are in the orchestra how many seats are not in the orchestra A.340 B.300 C.400 D.50 E.100 850*60% = 510 subtract 510 from the original 850 gives u 340
An orchestra can play in a variety of places: * an auditorium * on stage in a theater * on stage at a music hall * outdoors * in a church
No, as the Romans did not use the chorus in their plays. Remember the difference between the ancient meaning of the word "orchestra" and today's meaning. Today we say orchestra, and mean a group of musical instruments. In our theatres the orchestra is located in a lowered area (the pit) before a stage. In ancient times and orchestra was an area in front of the stage where the chorus stood and danced, sang or recited… Read More
Stalls are otherwise knows as Orchestra Stalls or Orchestra Seats. They are the lowest seating section of the theatre and closest to the stage.
the scene, orchestra, and the parodos
the orchestra, the skene, and the audience.
The orchestra played "Hail to the Chief."
Key features of a musical theater are the cast, the band or orchestra, and a storyline that interests an audience. Musical theater is a play acted out by the cast singing most of their lines.
orchestra |ˈôrkistrə; -ˌkestrə| noun 1 a group of instrumentalists, esp. one combining string, woodwind, brass, and percussion sections and playing classical music. 2 (also orchestra pit) the part of a theater where the orchestra plays, typically in front of the stage and on a lower level than the audience. • the seats on the ground floor in a theater. 3 the semicircular space in front of an ancient Greek theater stage where the chorus danced… Read More
What are the release dates for Crescendo - 2003 Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra - Masters of the Theater 9-16?
Crescendo - 2003 Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra - Masters of the Theater 9-16 was released on: USA: 23 June 2011
Latin : Orchestra : area in an ancient theater Greek : Orkhestra : semicircular space where the chorus of dancers performed In ancient Rome, it referred to the place in the theater reserved for senators and other dignitaries. Meaning "group of musicians performing at a concert, opera, etc." first recorded 1720; "part of theater in front of the stage" is from 1768.
Allen Roth has: Played Himself - Orchestra Leader in "Texaco Star Theater" in 1948. Played Himself - Bandleader in "Texaco Star Theater" in 1948. Played Bandleader in "Texaco Star Theater" in 1948. Played Guest Orchestra Leader in "Four Star Revue" in 1950. Played Themselves in "Four Star Revue" in 1950. Played Himself - Orchestra Leader in "The Milton Berle Show" in 1966.
Seats vary immensely from theater to theater, but generally, the order of best to worst seats goes as such: the first half of the orchestra, the first few rows of first mezzanine (I like F or above), the rest of orchestra, the rest of first mezzanine, second mezzanine.
uisually the pit in a theatre is where the orchestra is, traditionally it's at the bottom of the stage nearest the audience.
i haven't heard this term before, there are three type of seating in theater First: Balcony Second: Mezzanine Third: Orchestra and the zone and seat number in theater
A place for performers is a stage. It could also be a field, the Olympics, an orchestra pit, a theatre/theater, etc.
round in structural form had an orchestra and a skene performed during the day
The steps lead up from the Orchestra (dancing floor) to the highest levels of the auditorium at the top of the hill.
There were several altars to Dionysus throughout Greece. I assume you mean the altar at the Theater of Dionysus in Athens. It was in the center of the Orchestra Circle to begin with and then was moved to the downstage edge of the Orchestra during the Hellenistic Period.
Sitzprobe (German) is a term used in opera and musical theatre to describe a seated rehearsal where the singers sing with the orchestra, focusing attention on integrating the two groups.
This is Chasing the Dream. The movie features one of these songs for viewers to enjoy in the theater.
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Musical theater in the 1920's to the 1940's was accomplished through the use of an orchestra. When the actors and actresses were performing live, they sang most of their parts or sang some of their parts and talked the rest of the time. Films were first silent and the words for the actors and actress were printed on the screen while an orchestra played live in the theater. Later, they found a way to make… Read More
850 10 percent is 85 85*6=510 answer is 510 (to figure out 10% move decimal point one 2 the left) 1).340 2).300 3).250 4).200
One example is "Variations On A Well Known Sea Chantey" composed by Robert Stephan. This piece was composed to be peformed by an orchestra or a Chamber Ensemble.
Opera is a form of theater where actors scripts (libretto) is attached to a music score. Opera is performed at concert venues where there is a stage for the actors and scenery and an orchestra pit directly in front of the stage. The conductor of the orchestra also directs the singing performers and/or choruses on stage.
NYADA IS NOT A REAL SCHOOL OMG. Glee created it for their show. There are lots of other prestigious musical theater schools in NYC, though. But, alas, this one is not real.
Examples of parados are found in nearly every kind of play based on the Greek theater model. They only involve the actors and the chorus making their entrances on the sides of the orchestra.
John Myung has: Played himself in "Dream Theater: Metropolis 2000 - Scenes from New York" in 2001. Played himself in "Dream Theater: Live at Budokan" in 2004. Played Himself - Bass in "Dream Theater: A Walk Beside the Band" in 2005. Played himself in "Dream Theater: Score - 20th Anniversary World Tour Live with the Octavarium Orchestra" in 2006. Played himself in "Gigantour" in 2006. Played Himself - Bass in "Dream Theater: Romavarium" in 2006… Read More
An example of a Chamber Piece would be "Variations On A Well Known Sea Chantey" composed by Robert Stephan. This piece was composed to be performed by an orchestra or a Chamber Ensemble.
An example of a Chamber Piece would be "Variations On A Well Known Sea Chantey" composed by Robert Stephan. This piece was composed to be peformed by an orchestra or a Chamber Ensemble.
How do I find out information about a orchestra director of the Capitol Theater in St. Paul Minnesota from 1921-1930?
I would go to Google since everythings on Google. Or you could go to Yahoo or something.
Todya, the audience is raked. They also created the first covering over the house. The pit area for the groundlings is now known for the orchestra pit.
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John Petrucci has: Played himself in "Dream Theater: Metropolis 2000 - Scenes from New York" in 2001. Played himself in "Dream Theater: Live at Budokan" in 2004. Played himself in "G3 Live in Tokyo" in 2005. Played Himself - Guitar in "Dream Theater: A Walk Beside the Band" in 2005. Played himself in "Dream Theater: Score - 20th Anniversary World Tour Live with the Octavarium Orchestra" in 2006. Played himself in "Gigantour" in 2006. Played… Read More
It depends on the orchestra. Symphony orchestra- no. Ethnic orchestra- might be.
Vincent Lopez has: Played himself in "Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 10" in 1924. Played Himself - Orchestra Leader in "The Home Girl" in 1928. Played Orchestra Leader in "The Big Broadcast" in 1932. Played himself in "Those Blues" in 1932. Played himself in "Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra" in 1934. Played Vincent Lopez in "Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra" in 1936. Played Vincent Lopez in "Queens of the Air" in 1938. Played Vincnt Lopez… Read More
1. ECJammers orchestra 2. Don podring and his orchestra 3. Caranto orchestra 4. Toots girzu and his orchestra 5. Iggy de guzman and his orchestra 6. Anastacio mamaril and his orchestra 7. Willy & larry matias and orchestra 8. Lady valerie and orchestra 9. Godofredo orchestra 10. Snab orchestra 11. Juanitez orchestra
There was not a band or orchestra playing in Ford's theater, the night President Lincoln was shot; there was a Play in progress, when he was shot. The name of the play was Our American Cousin.
Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra was created in 1986.
The biggest orchestra is the syphony
A Chamber Orchestra is a very small orchestra, that only has strings. An Symphony Orchestra is a larger orchestra, and has wind players, and strings, but the majority are strings.
London Symphony Orchestra Philharmonia Orchestra Royal Philharmonic Orchestra The Halle Orchestra and maybe many others
A movement led by Desert Opera Theater and Palmdale repertory Theater grew to convert the old Maryott Auditorium into a full performing arts center. Construction crews broke ground in April 1993, and by September 1994, the award-winning 348-seat design was built, including office space, concessions, an orchestra pit, and a workshop.