MAKATI HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM SY 2012 -2013 Name : Christina R. Sahagon Yr. Sec.

: Ohsp IV-A Date : 12-13-12


1. What is the relevance of dance performance in the life of humans? dance is ALWAYS relevent... it is life it's self 2. What aspects of dance performance tell about the culture and people of a community? 3. How does ballet relate a story? 4. What makes a ballet a very artistic performance? B. Define the following terminologies related to dance: a. Choreography=The sequence of steps and movements in dance or figure skating, esp. in a ballet or other staged dance. b.rythm=A strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound. The systematic arrangement of musical sounds, principally according to duration and periodic stress. c. Ballet=An artistic dance form performed to music using precise and highly formalized set steps and gestures. Classical ballet is characterized... A creative work of this form or the music written for it. II. PHOTOGRAPHY: 1. Define Photography.=The art or process of producing images of objects on photosensitive surfaces. The art, practice, or occupation of taking and printing photographs. A body of photographs. 2. How is Photography & Painting are alike?=Both painting and photography exist in various aesthetic forms. In painting, "illusionist" refers to a style that seeks to replicate reality and look as realistic as a photograph. "Expressionist"

Why cinema is the most popular of all art forms today? =Everything in cinema begins with that moment. Define Theater . What are the elements of Cinema? What particular element of cinemais used to produce suspense? Explain briefly. however. instead using the artist's imagination as a source of material. as the train seemed to move toward them. In photography. These plays rarely have a happy ending b. MOVIE III. =A building or outdoor area in which plays and other dramatic performances are given. The activity or profession of acting in. The intent of a comedic play is to make the audience laugh. directing. just as the public cried out with excitement. II. it was from a weekly visit to the cinema that you learned (or tried to learn) how to walk. People took movies into themselves. Movies gave you tips about how to be attractive.paintings take creative liberties with reality. 4. the venue where films are shown – the ‘cinema theatre’. In ancient times. there are many different . to fight. when the train pulled into the station. Experimental photography deals with abstraction through manipulating the camera or film to produce an expressionistic style. producing. Tragedy usually involves serious subject matter and the death of one or more main characters. its meaning has changed since the earliest days of staged plays. In modern theater. to smoke. The ramifications for the use of Cinema as a locative noun position and frame other uses of the word into particular contexts both technical and cultural. Describe the different theater forms: a. 3. the definition is a bit looser. By defining Cinema specifically as a place where films are shown then any broader application of the word is potentially consigned also to that specific location. photojournalism is among the most objective and realistic forms. Define Cinema. to grieve. Tragedy=is one of the oldest forms of drama. Comedy=When we talk about comedy. a tragedy was often an historical dramas featuring the downfall of a great man. to kiss. Cinema : 1. 2. 100 years ago.=It is arguable that the word ‘cinema’ is most commonly used to refer to a physical place and location. THEATER 1. actually ducked. we usually refer to plays that are light in tone. Until the advent of television emptied the movie theaters. and that typically have happy endings. In modern theater. or writing plays: 2. Differentiate : CINEMA vs.

extravagant.styles of comedy. d. Most involve a large cast and lavish sets and costumes. and a fast-paced plot whose speed usually increases. which are organized in the palaces and houses of Pioneers and school-children. Musicals are often comedic. i. to outrageous slapstick humor. and broadly stylized performances. the story is told not only through dialogue and acting but through music and dance.A small figure of a person or animal. Melodrama=is another type of exaggerated drama. the use of deliberate absurdity or nonsense. A toy representing a human figure. Farce=is a comedy that aims at entertaining the audience by means of unlikely. having a cloth body and hollow head. 4. In the Soviet period the children’s theater represents one aspect of children’s amateur artistic activities. usually verse composition in which a speaker reveals his or her character. a doll. in a monologue addressed to the reader or to a presumed listener. One whose behavior is determined by the will of others: a . and a hero who must rescue the heroine from the villain. although many do involve serious subject matter. where the humor is derived from real-life situations. A figure having jointed parts animated from above by strings or wires. Childrens Theater=Plays performed by children. which may include word play. ranging from realistic stories. in schools. a marionette. The formulaic storyline of the classic melodrama typically involves a villain a heroine. Dramatic Monologue=A literary. 3. h. disguise and mistaken identity. verbal humor of varying degrees of sophistication. 2. culminating in an ending which often involves an elaborate chase scene. often in relation to a critical situation or event. Musical=In musical theater. Brechtias= g. designed to be fitted over and manipulated by the hand. and improbable situations. Farces have been written for the stage and film. As in farce. and in clubs. Farce is also characterized by physical humor. but viewers are encouraged not to try to follow the plot in order to avoid becoming confused and overwhelmed. The history of the children’s theater goes back to the so-called school theater that arose in Russia in the 17th century. c. Farces are often highly incomprehensible plotwise (due to the large number of plot twists and random events that often occur). the characters tend to be simplified and one-dimensional. Puppet Theater=1. f. e.

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