I really do not know. I am still kinda shy to act in front of the class but this class in fun to be in.
you're so cute (laughing emoji)
You did really good. Its our first experience so its all good. We will keep doing it and everytime we do it, we will gay a hundred times better. Great job. (:
When me and my group got together , we did not know what to act at first . So we started to come up with stuff and we did pretty good it was kinda hard because we were all different characters . Like there was Dora , Hulk or as Alexis says she was "Herk" and than there was a fly and I was a lion . Rarrr ...but at the end of the period we all came up with something .
Rawr... anyways we did goooooood so ddddoraaa
what I am going to do to prepare myself for the performances is read my paper over and over again so i do not mess up and then I am going to practice how I am going to practice my facial expressions when i read it. I am going to try to express my mood. I would like to know how I did and what I should of added or subtracted .
Well when I performed on Monday I was kinda shy and embarrassed but I went up there and read it to my audience . I felt like my monologue was kinda boring but I wrote about something that actually happened in my past . So my grades , Jordans , and school was the first thing that came in my mind , so I decided to write about that . I hope i got a good grade on it too because i tried hard .
I'm thinking that more preparation could have aided your confidence in your performance. You mumbled and rushed through your script. You must remember that this is the first time your character is thinking or saying these things. We usually don't react to life so quickly. Plus its the first time your audience is hearing and experience this, and we need time to experience it with you.
My puppet is going to be about the dog Brian in Family Guy . Hes a white furry dog , has a red dog chain . The dog is funny and grumpy . I am doing this character because my group decided to do Family Guy theme so I am going to be the retarded dog that likes drinking. I am going to use clay and foam to make my dog .
My puppet came out okay , when i made my dog head with clay it came out a little weird so i decided just to have my dog that has down syndrome i messed up alot on it but my partners help me fix it like i glue hair on the dog and it look ugly so i have to rip it off it was kinda hard but i did it . The best thing about my puppet is the head probably now that i said it has down syndrome.
When we preformed i was kind of shy but doing it all together as a group made it better like it was kind of fun. Ours was funny, I did and some other people in the group messed up a little but at least we got threw it and it was like two separate plays like there was a part 1 and a part 2. So all together there was 5 pages. Others when they preformed they did good they were all funny some of them messed up but The murder in Malibu was good they all were on point and didnt mess up. It was a fun experience.
The two characters i am doing are the queen and the king . For the queen she is going to have a dress with two colors on it and the the king is going to have a suit with weird colors on it. This is going to be from 2017 and 1984 .
Good luck in our performance and i'm sure you'll do good.
Yes you are really good at performing and good luck performing :)
Okkkkkkkkkkkkkkk...... i know you so dont try to laugh while reading your line and if you forget it just keep going on and on. Just dont make it worse for you when you mess up lol but i know you wont. GOOD LUCK
Yes your going to do good just practice and don't worry about anything else.
YOU WILL DO GREAT
you will do great at your performance. Good Luck :)
For my performance I did alright I mesmerized my lines .I just got confused on my last 2 .I was kinda nervous and then I didn't like what i had to wear because it was very uncomfortable and it kept itching me .So the whole time I kept moving and messing with it. I hope I got a good grade tho.
A collection of student reflections over the course of Introduction to Professional Theatre