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Class:THEA 1331 - Introduction To Theatre
Subject:(Theatre)
University:University of Houston
Term:Fall 2010
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Reflective quality. Fabric
Costume designers rarely meet the actors who will be wearing their costumes, leaving those responsibilities to the stage manager. False
Stethoscope Status and Personality
The most realistic makeup designs being used in the world of theatre are most often found in Japanese Kabuki Theatre presentations. False
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Only something that actually attaches or pins to a costume piece is considered an accessory. False
Roman togas and soldier's helmets. Historical Period
In addition to the costumes themselves, makeup and wigs are also part of the responsibilities of the costume designer. True
Laboratory coat. Status and Personality
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When costumes are taken from inventory or rented from a costume house, this is known as rendering a costume false
Although masks can help print a character effectively they are not likely to appear at all in a play that is completely realistic in style. true
Masks can be used to create stereotypes similar to stock characters. true
The show stopping number from Aida, My Strongest Suit, uses Bob Crowley's costume design to support Style and Historical Period
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Realistic prosthetic makeup is used for both fantastical creatures like flying monkeys or in creating believable historical characters. False
A First Hand, a Cutter/Draper, a Stitcher, and a Dresser are all essential costume shop personnel working on the building/construction process of a costume. False
While it is often necessary for actors and actresses to make quick costume changes, this is a concern for the stage manager, not the costume designer. False
Bustles or corsets affect this. Line, shape, and silhouette
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Undergarments are not a concern of the costume designer. False
Distinguishing major from minor characters. Relationships
Color can be used to indicate changes in character. True
The invention of Velcro and/or the use of Whopper Poppers have been a great help in quick backstage costume changes. True
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When a costume is created in the costume shop under the supervision of the designer, this is known as building a costume. True
While fabric affects the silhouette, texture, and bulk of a costume, it has little symbolic value. False
Because costumes must stand out from the scenery in order to be seen, costumes are rarely designed to be consistent with the scenic design for a production. FALSE
Walking sticks and parasols. Accessories
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While it is often necessary for actors and actresses to make quick costume changes, this is a concern for the stage manager, not the costume designer. False
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 Reflective quality.Fabric
 Costume designers rarely meet the actors who will be wearing their costumes, leaving those responsibilities to the stage manager. False
 StethoscopeStatus and Personality
 The most realistic makeup designs being used in the world of theatre are most often found in Japanese Kabuki Theatre presentations. False
 Only something that actually attaches or pins to a costume piece is considered an accessory. False
 Roman togas and soldier's helmets. Historical Period
 In addition to the costumes themselves, makeup and wigs are also part of the responsibilities of the costume designer. True
 Laboratory coat. Status and Personality
 When costumes are taken from inventory or rented from a costume house, this is known as rendering a costume false
 Although masks can help print a character effectively they are not likely to appear at all in a play that is completely realistic in style. true
 Masks can be used to create stereotypes similar to stock characters. true
 The show stopping number from Aida, My Strongest Suit, uses Bob Crowley's costume design to support Style and Historical Period
 Realistic prosthetic makeup is used for both fantastical creatures like flying monkeys or in creating believable historical characters. False
 A First Hand, a Cutter/Draper, a Stitcher, and a Dresser are all essential costume shop personnel working on the building/construction process of a costume. False
 While it is often necessary for actors and actresses to make quick costume changes, this is a concern for the stage manager, not the costume designer. False
 Bustles or corsets affect this. Line, shape, and silhouette
 Undergarments are not a concern of the costume designer. False
 Distinguishing major from minor characters. Relationships
 Color can be used to indicate changes in character. True
 The invention of Velcro and/or the use of Whopper Poppers have been a great help in quick backstage costume changes. True
 When a costume is created in the costume shop under the supervision of the designer, this is known as building a costume. True
 While fabric affects the silhouette, texture, and bulk of a costume, it has little symbolic value. False
 Because costumes must stand out from the scenery in order to be seen, costumes are rarely designed to be consistent with the scenic design for a production. FALSE
 Walking sticks and parasols. Accessories
 While it is often necessary for actors and actresses to make quick costume changes, this is a concern for the stage manager, not the costume designer. False
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