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Group 2: Performance (a) What does Dr. Casper mean when he says that performance is a “visual-aural representation of the script? - Performance is a visual-aural representation of the script, because performance is an interpretation of the script and content through actor’s dialogue, body, character and persona. Also, it becomes a signals to the audience how to understand the film text. Performance encourages audience to get various interpretations to the written script (sarcasm, irony and subtext). Lastly, performance gives pleasure and enjoyment from displays of actor’s physicality such as action, dance and singing. (b) What are the five ways that dialogues is expressed through the voice of the character? Explain in detail each of these five elements. - Dialogues are expressed through the voice of character. First, writers write the words for the players. Secondly, intonation and beats create the meaning, and each of the actors has different tones. Thirdly, through pause and pace, actors control the dialogue. Fourthly, volume of the plays can reveal totally different meaning. Fifthly, silence and reaction to the other players are important. When the actors are silence, they only create the facial expression. (c) What are the five ways that action is expressed through the body of the player?
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2010 for the course CALC 1110 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '10 term at Cornell.

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