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Chapter 3 - Jeanne St Romain Theatre 1020 Study Guide...

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Jeanne St. Romain Theatre 1020 Study Guide Chapter 8 – The Art of Directing 1. The last time that I was in a leadership role was last January when my friends and I decided to go on Spring Break. I stepped up to the plate and decided to plan the whole trip. I felt very comfortable in this role because I like to be in charge and have everything go my way. I had a lot of fun planning the trip because we got to stay where I wanted to stay. It got a little stressful towards the end when I had to find everyone to pay, but other than that, I had a blast. 2. An important thing to know about the history of the director is that the role of the director is a relatively new development in theatre. The playwrights were usually the “directors,” or the main actor would boss around the other actors in order for him to be in the best light of an otherwise unlit stage. Another important fact is that the first modern director did not exist until the mid-1800s. George II was a wealthy monarch, so he was able to
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course THTR 1020 taught by Professor Bray during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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