I feel like I have a new perspective on how I see art. My relations with others however did not change but my interaction with my self has changed just tad like how I write changed a little bit and how I brainstorm stories. my relations with school however have changed from a diverse unknown place to a canvas with different paint what I mean is a place didn't and now to place that I really know . I hope I can see more perspective and think in different ways.
Acting was fun although I did break character once but I recovered .Practicing many times helps you try or become the character before the play I thought it was fun portraying something else besides myself. Acting as another character makes you think differently walk differently it changes you for the amount of time you need.
Writing the monologue seemed so easy, but when performing the monologues it was very nerve racking However I learned from my mistakes the mistake I made was being to nervous and next time I perform I would make movements and voice change.This monologue proved to be a learning step in acting. Writing the monologue was quite fun. Watching others performed helped me in improving.
The creativity of the writing was outstanding, though you rushed through it, making it difficult to catch all the great details you work on. In regard to your physicality, these was little to none. As your character relives through his memories, can that be physicality? Additionally, who were you speaking to? Where are they in relation to you presently so you can focus on them as you recount your story.
The set design presentation was very nerve racking but in the overall feel it helped in confidence though my gobo looked like swastika i wanted to make it look ninja starry thingy but it turned into a hate symbol but It was one of a kind.
The theme I look for in my puppet is a traditional Chinese attire therefore the color red would be the primary color. Facial expression would be to the minimum and on the outside my character would be just a noddle vendor but inside him he has a secret dark side for the red represents passion and hate. His internal problem is his passion for noodles and hate of other noodle vendors. At the end his passion wins for love conquers all.
Very thoughtful connections between character and design. I'll look forward to seeing him come to life.
When I was creating my puppet a struggle I came across was the creation of the arms but I found a way a problem I also face was that I burned my hand it hurt but it didn't stop me from working.One the I like a about my puppets clothing is how the red cloth worked great for my puppet It was exactly what I was looking for.And the bare facial features were good I really liked the eyes and how the matched his face.
I liked the puppet performing it was very fun especially the voice, and the way the cloth swayed and the outfit I really adored it. manipulating the puppet was quite fun even though it took some time to get used to. Aldo's group had a funny plot twist it was unique in a way.
Happy Birthday Young Klayseph, you look like the kid from Up if he wasn't fat. <3 Stay saucy young salamander
Great work in the performance. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!! I'm glad I share the same birthday as you. Yay Scorpios! Thanks for not giving me poisoned noodles.
P.S. You did great during the performance :)
I would say that Shakespeare innovated Literature and that the world in literature is more advanced his work is greatly admired because he put a huge amount of time for plays and scripts . I am looking forward to play in Macbeth.
Describe the two costumes you're designing for "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Which characters are you designing for and how are you making their clothing an extension of their character? Consider describing the line, shape, silhouette, color, fabric, and accessories that are making your design interesting and thoughtful.I am designing Demetrius and Thisbe Demetrius has a classic tuxedo as where Thisbe is in peasant clothing mainly brown and worn out blue.Demetrius will have rich and well made clothes.
Good luck Andrew, I believe in you,bro ^^
You'll be great tomorrow. Stay sophisticated. So polished.
Take a moment to respond to at least two other classmates, offering a "Yes, and..." as they head toward their "Midsummer's Night Dream" scene performance. Offer encouragement and advice so to add to their confidence and support their growth in acting. I wasn't here for the real thing,though the training was a struggle I persevered and learned the lines I put effort into it before and after school mostly before.
What are you hoping the audience takes away from your performance? I suppose we hope laughter and ,Our play is a Action Comedy yet somewhat dramatic I suppose an "awe" in a good way we hope. It has some Drama like a small monologue,fighting scenes and dialogue but we focus on the action like Hollywood or in this case Hankswood!
I have hope in you,..,.,. Green Ranger
A collection of student reflections over the course of Introduction to Professional Theatre