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What is the Meaning & Definition of theatrical script

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In general terms, by script, it refers to that text in which are exposed, with all the necessary details, the contents of a play from a television or a film program, as appropriate. I.e., the script is written in which agree those instructions required to implement a particular staging.
The fundamental ideas of it are written neatly and in general terms, a script will notice the following parts: introduction, development and outcome. Development, in almost all of the scripts, whether they correspond to the cinema, the TV or theater, will be the largest part of them, the actual body and which also give tells parallel ideas in range which is strung and trigger others.
The theatrical script, which is that we deal here not only respects all the characteristics mentioned above, but it also turns out to be a complete guide to all the members of the team in question such as director, producer, actors, Illuminator, set designer, costume designer, musicians, responsible for dark and closing curtain, among others.
Elements boasts a theatrical script include the following... dialogue, it is the main element, since the majority of the plays have conversations between two or more characters, which will manifest themselves in the dialogue. Then, there is the event, which is every one of the parties in which a play is divided. On the other hand, the box, is the part of the Act in which appears the same decor. Meanwhile, a scene will be part of the Act which involved the same characters.
Another fundamental part of the theatrical script make up the stage directions, which are those indications which point issues as being the inputs and outputs of scene of a character, attitudes, gestures and expressions in general. Also in the stage directions, you will notice the change in decor, the place in which pass actions, the atmosphere and all the details that make the staging of the work.
And the last item are the characters, who are those individuals, usually actors by profession, who are responsible for giving life to the events of the play. The characters are classified into main, are the most important, without these the work wouldn't make any sense, secondary, are still important to the first and have the function of accompany them. And it is the environmental, also called circumstantial and incidental, which will appear according to the needs of the work in question.
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