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Unformatted text preview: CLASS What made her choose the game of love and chance? 1. Directorial choice a. The director speaks through the play. i. [But felt like she wanted to do a comedy] 2. The training of the actors a. How to work with the language of the play, etc. 3. Off book a. means you memorize your lines 4. first off book deadline: a. means you can call line i. the stage master gives the line when this is called 5. stage manager gives line 6. second off book deadline you cant call line a. meaning, the line will not be given to the actor What makes you caste Durante as a woman? Durante as a woman? With this comes up with the issue of assumptions about masculinity and femininity TORYS R US MENTALITY boys play with things that are blue Girls play with things that are pink Did you feel like you had enough time for the dress time for the woman? plenty of time The people backstage are actually called dressers who dress the women Costume costs??? other costs scenery strike taking the scenery down costumes: were supposed to be 1730 womens costumes were moved to 1760 mens costumes were moved to 1620 Can this play be re-set to a contemporary milieu?- no, because of the change of Audience : Director must find ways of speaking to you as an audience ----------------------------------------- POWERPOINT Actor Audience relationships: the theatre of Dionysus: Hecuba and chapter 9, and fig 5.1, 5.2 in chapter 5...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course THEA 100 taught by Professor Munnell during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.
- Spring '08