Sept.-27-CMST

Sept.-27-CMST - CMST 1061 Sept. 27 Lecture Performers are...

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CMST 1061 Sept. 27 Lecture Performers are interpreters to represent the words of others in a manner that respects the other’s voice. They should carefully embody the text written or spoken by someone else. Great care and respect should be used in telling someone else’s story. It creates a more authentic experience for the audience by being true to the story or words. Types of Narrators: (p. 26-35 past the blue pages in the back of the book) Narration includes the telling by the narrator something that happens to that person or to someone else. - 1 st person narrator (the person telling the story, speaking directly to the audience, they are the I or the eye of the story, they are the center of the story, they decide what we see or hear) -Central Participant (this is their story, they tend to be more credible since it is their story) -Observer (sees what happens and tells us what they saw) - 2 nd Person narrator (this person has a strong view, tells the story using “you”, very flexible time periods)
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