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2.23.07 - Finding your Center Making yourself as present as...

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2.23.07 Finding your Center Making yourself as present as possible Focus In the moment, right then and there, with your character Stage Directions Up stage right Up Center Up stage Left Stage Right Center Stage Stage Left Down Right Down Center Down Left House Left House Center House Right Audience The Director For a long time, the playwright was the driving force in theatre, now the director shares or has taken over that force in shaping a play The director as an artist collaborates with playwright, actors, designers, and technicians to create on stage a carefully selected vision of life- a special mirror The director is the controlling artist responsible for unifying the production elements, which often includes the use of text, music, sound, and visuals Early Responsibilities The director has 6 major responsibilities Agreeing to direct an offered script or selecting or creating a script Deciding on the text’s interpretation and the “look” and configuration of
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