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'''Edits''' are how performers indicate transitions between scenes, both to the audience and each other.
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'''Edits''' are how performers indicate transitions between scenes, both as a way to communicate with the audience and to each other that one scene has ended or changed.
  
 
Most edits end the scene completely, though some, like [[Swinging Door]], are for brief interruptions that quickly return to the previous scene.
 
Most edits end the scene completely, though some, like [[Swinging Door]], are for brief interruptions that quickly return to the previous scene.
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[[Category:Concepts]]
 
[[Category:Concepts]]
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[[Category:Editing Techniques]]
 
[[Category:Editing Techniques]]

Latest revision as of 08:49, 12 March 2020

Edits are how performers indicate transitions between scenes, both as a way to communicate with the audience and to each other that one scene has ended or changed.

Most edits end the scene completely, though some, like Swinging Door, are for brief interruptions that quickly return to the previous scene.

Some edits include:


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