The notion of theatrical picture it is used with reference to short parts in which you can divide a work .
The concept of theatrical picture usually refers to those scenes that pass without changing the scenery; its end is characterized because the table is empty for a moment, and because it indicates that the course of the action is interrupted, either temporarily or spatially.
The scenography modifications, generally, mark the beginning and the end of a theatrical picture. The end of these tables may also imply that the action it is interrupted spatially or temporarily, leaving the stage empty for a few moments. This means that, sometimes, it is not necessary that a change of scenery takes place for a theater picture to conclude.
The theater picture can be understood as a representation of a short-lived event . Currently, the picture is the structure which is most used, and its main feature is that it is a unit independent of the others; each one has its own approach, a development and an outcome, so that there can be more than one scene in it.
Given the characteristics of current life, which leads us frantically from one activity to another, with no time or space to make real decisions, since all have been taken by those who impose the fashions, it is easy to understand the attractiveness of the theatrical picture in place of one composition much more extensive and complex. We are in an era that seeks satisfaction and content in small portions, which can be consumed as we begin to get up and move to our next station.
It is important to note that it is possible to relate more than one picture from a thematic point of view without a linear progression. They are considered structures non-Aristotelian because they should not obey patterns of "unity", but it is possible to present them with order variables.
Precisely, the arithotelian units they are rules pertaining to the field of literature, which were specifically designed for use in dramaturgy, although their scope goes beyond and encompasses art in general in the form of theory and criterion aesthetic, with the aim of achieving a unitary character in the works.
During the Spanish Golden Age , a stage in which literature and art in general flourished considerable, the theatrical picture was often known as scene.
The paintings, in turn, constitute the acts , which are the main parts of a work. In the acts the narrative structure plays a fundamental role, according to which a problem arises, the characters are presented and then the conflictive situations that impede their objectives are developed, to finally lead to the outcome, in which they are not always resolved.
The plays, in short, are made up of acts , while the acts are made up of paintings or scenes. Viewers perceive the plot as a unity , as a whole, beyond these subdivisions.
It is known as customs box , on the other hand, to an article written in prose that offers a description of values , habits and behaviors that are common to a social class, a geographical region or a trade.
The Spanish Seraph Estébanez Calderón and Mariano José de Larra They are some of the most famous authors of customs cadres. Articles of this type are usually collected in anthologies that provide numerous data of interest to the sociology since they describe how one lived in a certain historical period.
As the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ), finally, the group of interpreters is also called a painting that, in a show, stays static in front of the spectators during certain moments.