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NATURALISMRealism; attempting to depict life and society as it is. Usually used to describe a play in its entirety, but also the individual work of a director or actor. Thus, a naturalistic performance. 
NEON1) A type of discharge lighting generated by a high voltage across two electrodes at opposite ends of a long, thin glass tube filled with neon gas. Different colors can be obtained by mixing other gases, or by using fluorescent coatings. Mostly used for advertising signs - the glass tube is bent to form letters. 2) A small mains voltage indicator lamp. 
NEUTRAL DENSITY FILTERLighting filter that reduces the brightness of a light source without changing its color. 
NOISES OFFOffstage sound effects, such as thunder, breaking glass, a crash. 
NON DIMSChannels, usually controlled from the lighting desk which are switched, rather than dimmed. This enables motors, slide projectors, smoke machines etc to be controlled from the lighting desk 
NONPROFESSIONAL or NON-PROFESSIONALSaid of a theatre or production, as opposed to professional, to avoid the derogatory connotation sometimes understood by the term "amateur." In recent decades, however, "nonprofessional" has taken on the same derogatory connotation, sometimes used to mean "not of high quality." 
NUMBERA song or dance in a musical production, so called because each musical selection is numbered for the convenience of the orchestra. 
NUTThe actual or estimated cost of producing a show, often figured on a weekly basis. 

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