I do not have energy to update Part 4 !
"The strange power of art is sometimes it can show that what people have in common is more urgent than what differentiates them. It seems to me it's something that theatre can do, but it's rare; it's very rare." -- John Berger
Textbook : from part 3 (Images) AND 4 (World of the Play) to 5 (Storytelling)
Test 2 ?
Method: Yoga & Freud
SummaryAre you read for show? (Public)
... to read the whole play in class?
rotate the roles of Julie, Jean and Kristin among the students.
Chorus (group acting)
- and this is the transition to the World of the Play (part 4. textbook) -- and even part 5. Storytelling?
Image Builging > World of the Play > Narrative Analysis ...[ subjects bar -- major acting issues ]
part 3, 4, 5 textbook
... comparing the approaches!
First -- the easiest. Last -- most difficult. (How to indicate it in the textbook?)
From required (definitions) to recommended (end of each part in the textbook).
Notes and comments: script analysis comparative reference chart (XXX) : basic unit * illustration of character * dramatic action * key question * unifying image * relative theory * suitable playwrights * audience
for example (unifying image) -- 4 vs. 5 : Frame vs. Film Camera Angels
MASKS in The Bear:
Meyerhold, The Director
@2003 - 2007
[ web companion to THR331 Fundamentals of Direction Theatre UAF course ]
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin