Whether it’s the artistry of the director, the actors, the designers or the musicians, a stage production’s effect is largely a matter of where the ‘spotlight’ has been focused. The same is true for all works of art; we respond to how the artist accentuates elements like language, colour, humour, rhythm, pathos, imagery, shape and dissonance. Countless tools work together to create a story or to convey a non-narrative experience and no art form is as collaborative as theatre.
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