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INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE MAKEUP *STRAIGHT MAKEUP *OLD AGE MAKEUP *ANIMAL/FANTASY MAKEUP
Make note of these questions and use them to help you plan your own ppt and test 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Why wear makeup on stage? Define stage makeup What does a makeup crew do? List the five things that stage makeup includes What is a makeup plot? Define basic stage makeup Define character makeup List the four types of makeup we will apply in class
WHY WEAR MAKEUP ON STAGE? *to enhance the actor’s features and coloring and make him more visible and distinctive, in other words, so the audience can SEE you! *helps create a visual character
Definition of Stage Makeup Any cosmetic effect, including hair, that enhances or changes an actor’s appearance.
Makeup Crew The professional crew in charge of designing and applying makeup for each professional actor. Student actors generally apply their own makeup.
STAGE MAKEUP INCLUDES… 1. COSMETICS 2. Facial Hair: BEARDS, GOATEES, & MUSTACHES 3. WIGS, HAIRSTYLES, & HAIR COLOR 4. SCARS, WARTS, BRUISES AND FALSE NOSES 5. TONES ON ANY SKIN VISIBLE TO THE AUDIENCE
Makeup Plot A chart listing the makeup needs for each character in a play.
BASIC MAKEUP Cosmetics applied to the face or body using the actor’s natural features.
CHARACTER MAKEUP: used to change an actor’s natural features
The Four Types of Stage Makeup We Will Apply: Basic Stage: Old Age: Fantasy: Animal:
OLD AGE MAKEUP