I feel like i can open up to others a little more now and be ready to take on theatre at first i thought it would be boring but now i'm ready to give it a try and see where it takes me. I think this would be a great experience for me to let emotion out and act out plays.
pass this class learn something that can help me out and i think costume design, props, acting might help me grow into being more interactive with others instead of staying outside
i'm preparing myself by reading my monologue and rewriting it to improve it i'm hoping for positive or negative feedback so then ic an improve
when i preformed i thought i did great a job at speaking even though i did have stage fright and i'm glad i was able to get through it and get it over with i will also continue writing my story and see where it takes me.
I appreciated the script you've been working on. You are very connected to the content, so it was likely easy for you to bring such nice vocal expression through tone and inflection to the piece. The question is, how can you ensure you can bring that same depth of emotional connectedness to other works that may not be as connected to your or your interests?
for my design process at first i didn't know how i wanted to design it or what i wanted to do but as i started thinking i wanted it be off of something i was familiar with so i decided to do legend of zelda breath of the wild as for my presentation i felt great about going up there telling people how i express my creativity and showing my model off so they can see it.
the puppet i'm working on is still in development but i'l do my best to catch up on that and to bring meaning to my puppet and try to get down a italian plumber accent my puppet will have a mustache and a hat of some sort
i'am happy that i finished my puppet i decided that my puppet would be based on something i loved and is part of my childhood which is mario i struggled with clothing and staying on task part of staying on task was i was sick but i did my best to power through it and try my best to get what i could done now clothing was hard because there were so many options to go about it but i found something i liked and worked with it.
i think i did well with voice projection, costume design but i felt that i din't get down the manipulation of the puppet and movement and i liked the play with brian and stewie it was really funny and awesome.
You have likely studied Shakespeare prior to this class, or at the least were introduced to him and his work this week. Reflect on why you believe one person's work could be so highly acclaimed and how you feel taking on one of his famous scenes for your next project. i think one's work that really grabs the audience's attention that could be so acclaimed is to dig deep and work and re-work and re-write the story until the author thinks like he/she has found it the one story like they're ready but i don't know how i would feel about taking on a famous role yet.
i'm trying to design a fantasy like costume for moonshine but i haven't started on the other one and i don't know what i'l do with that one but i have some ideas for that one.
good work matthew
i felt that i did good during the performance
Submit a Creative Process Reflection for your Final Scene explaining what your performance piece is about, how you’re putting it together, and what some of your thoughts and influences are as you’re constructing the performance. What are you hoping the audience takes away from your performance? BE DETAILED AND THOROUGH WITH YOUR RESPONSE. well i don't know what i'l be doing for my final scene but i think i decided i might read some of my own work that i have personally working on or might read/create a poem.
A collection of student reflections over the course of Introduction to Professional Theatre