Analysis of Plays at Center for Dramatic Arts and Roudaki Foundation, 2003, Iran
Shirin BozorgMehr and Nasser Velaei
Reprinted from: Honar Nameh, University of Art, Tehran, No. 25, Winter 2005 (A brief of the article)

Background and aim
Given the significance of performing plays and the lack of information about their quality, this research took place about the audience and artists of the plays at the Center for Dramatic Arts and The Roudaki Foundation in 2003.

Materials and Methods
The study has a cross-sectional design for studying all the plays performed, with the following variables: richness of subject and structural innovation, care and beauty of the actors’ movement on the stage, skill and ability of actors in role performance, beauty and attractiveness of the staging, beauty of lighting and special effects, beauty of music and voice, skill and ability of director, coordination and agreement from the viewpoint of the audience and artists.

The respondents’ variables included sex, age, education, position in the play and expertise. Also considered were the following variables: name of the play, performance hall, date and time of performance, facilities and equipment before and during the performance.

The data were classified and analyzed by means of descriptive and analytical statistics. Finding: 48 plays, 10 halls, 2416 viewers (%74.4) and artists (%22.5), researchers and others. The age of sample was 27.1 with a range of 9 years, %43.6 women and %56.4 men. %3.31 were educated in art and %67.7 in other courses.

Results %8.11: weak quality of plays %50.7: medium quality of plays %37.6: good quality of plays

%42.8: bad clothes %40.6: bad lighting and special effects %38.08: bad staging

%80: good care and beauty of the actors’ movement on the stage %74.4: good music and voice

Most of the people believed that the texts of scenarios were the main reason of bad plays.

فروش اینترنتی آثار هنری، صنایع دستی‌ و کتاب