Feb. 13

Posted: February 17, 2012 in Pages

Feb. 13

Have you ever been to see a play live (other than at Northview last week)? What did you see? Where did you see it? What are the positives and negatives of seeing a live performance in comparison with a film?

If you have never seen a live play, what do you think the major difference in atmosphere might be between a film and a play?

I have seen many plays, but have not remembered the names of them. So, I believe that the major difference in the atmosphere between a film and a play, is that in a film the atmosphere is more lively (background display wise), realistic, and also exaggerated (because of the cameras, editing…), while the atmosphere of a play, is more realistic (because there is not movie editing involved). Another big difference is that the atmosphere of a film is more emotional, while the atmosphere of a play, is less emotional.

  1. Raj T. says:

    I feel the same way when you compare plays to films. A play feels much more realistic than a film.

  2. 2zenan says:

    I agree with you Neil because a film has a lot more meaning to it, but a play is more realistic. A play is basically natural because it doesn’t have much lighting and cameras.

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