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What are some of the major questions directors normally ask themselves when first considering the script for a theatrical production? There are several questions that directors ask themselves when first considering a script, but unfortunately, these aren’t always the deciding factors. Directors ask themselves if the play will say something important to an audience, and the directors ask themselves if the script will reveal some absolute truth that would improve the world. Ultimately however, the director doesn’t directly select the play. The director either accepts or declines the position of director for a certain play, based on whether or not he needs a job at the time. What is the director’s responsibility to the playwright’s script? The director is responsible for conveying the overall ideas of a playwright’s script. The director is responsible for: making sure the actors do the parts justice, making sure the scene on the stage allows the actors to perform their roles accordingly, and to adhere
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2008 for the course THE 103 taught by Professor Steele during the Fall '06 term at Mt. Wachusett.

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