Difference between writing for stage and for screen

Discussion in 'Writing for Stage and Screen' started by babburana, Feb 10, 2020.


Theatrical art is the learning stage

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  1. babburana

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    From the ancient times till date theaters are alive with their performances although use of most theatrical art is now being in different way but still there are many countries in the world arena which have protected their ancient culture through this theatrical art.
    In earlier times stories based on the facts were written or verbally told and shown to the society through the performing art. Now a days art is being performed on the small stages sometimes to create awareness and sometimes for entertainment.
    Now a days writing for screens is comparatively very easy as far as stages are concerned because for stages we need to be careful enough about the scenes or character being played. For stages writer needs to think the feasibility of performance whereas for screens technology comes for aid.
    Writing for stages many things needed to considered whereas for screens many things are solved with the help of technology

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