Drama 116 Lecture 14

Drama 116 Lecture 14 - The director as an artist The...

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The director as an artist The director collaborates with playwright, actors, designers, and technicians to create on stage a carefully selected vision of life- a special mirrors The director is the controlling artist responsible for unifying the production elements, which often include the use of: text Music Sound Visuals Early responsibilities: THE DIRECTOR HAS 6 MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Agreeing to direct an offered script or selecting/creating a script 2. Deciding on the text’s interpretation and the “look: and configuration of the stage space 2.i. “spine” of the play 2.ii. works WITH set designer to design the stage 3. casting actors in various parts 4. working with other theatre artists to plan and execute the production 5. rehearsing the actors 6. coordinating all elements into the final stage performance Directing Styles Preplanned movement: “making pictures” Collaborative approach: actor and director working together Improvisation is used to free the imagination Director helps the actor find the characters inner life and project this life vocally and
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course DRAM 116 taught by Professor Strong during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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