this week I learn that theater is apart of history. that it can be scary to do something that you don't do with other people normally. you have to get used to be put on the stop to do something with that person. it can be fun but it ca also get hard when people have other ideas that they want to do to. the first thing that i would do is to get over the pact that you are scared to do something with a person you don't know . just go along with it and try to have fun
trying to come up with a skit is hard. other people have good ideas but you can only pick one to do. putting it together can be a challenge to . to give people there spot and what to do. watching it all come together is pretty cool as well. you always do better than you think
Regarding your Group Mimed Performance: I'm curious if your fish character could have had more things to engage with or use to hid, if that would have brought your character to life a bit more? Did you have a vision of the tank and what was inside?
my character in my monologue is a girl asking her dad for a dog. i will do this character by acting like a little girl that really wants something and that will do anything to get it. i will practice at school and at home. i want good and bad but not really bad feedback.
when i first heard my name to go up there i was just fine then when i say down it was dark and the bright light was on me i froze everything was quiet which made it worse.i started out ok but then i started to forget because i was on the spot. so i did it off of memory from when it really happened. i feel like i could have done a better job at it but it was mt first time and i don't do good with crowds . but it wasn't that bad like i thought it was going to be
i believe you did pretty well and i did enjoy your story and found it interesting
Regarding you Monologue Performance: You were very natural in your movements which matched the great details in your storytelling. You also had nice tonality and excellent modulations in your voice. Work on projection of your voice without loosing the emotion.
the story that i got from collage is about a girl that keeps having nightmares and tries to find a away to stop it. i will try to keep and dark and creepy design but wen needed a light and happy. the mood will be scary at first but the some light will come in. the colors will be darker colors.
i think the san fransico collage looks like it would be cool .it looks like a great program but its not for me. what i want to go to collage for is to be a vet . i love animals and caring for them
i would have liked to preform in Greece because i there way of doing things. i would have done comedy because drama would be to much for me. i like reading them but i couldnt act in it. i like to make people laugh not cty
i think our puppet play went well. the design for my puppet was hard to come up with and making come to life was harder. it got easier when things came together. i think it went smoothly and it was fun
Regarding your puppet play performance: I was hoping to hear a changed vocal tone or even an accent. Perhaps more preparation would have helped because it seemed you were more focused on the text than manipulation of your puppet's action. Being fully comfortable with the text so you can focus on the moment should be your area of focus.
Shakespeare had a big effect on play writes and theater. he knew ways that would make people cry. he was a great writer . he had emotion with his writing and that made people like him
He had a way to get to people and that's why people still do his plays
preforming our play was fun. it was to learn and remember our lines . i forgot a few lines because once i got up there i forgot everything i was supposed to say
I thought you did a good job with your lines :) At least you put in real effort
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
For my final scene ill be doing a monologue. The person whom i am speaking to will be sitting on a chair. while she is sitting ill be talking about how much she ruined our friendship by being selfish the whole time that im yelling at her i will reveal why im yelling at her that the surprise at the end. its a point less reason really show how upset i am or how crazy i am
Regarding you final scene "Anger": You have a very natural ease on stage. Your facial expressions read well in the space and further the text you are delivering. The challenge for you is to remember that you're on stage while simultaneously getting carried away in the scene. Remember to keep open to the audience so that everyone can appreciate your hard work preparing and excellent job acting. The story you developed was in need of a great conclusion, and you brought it! The audience reaction to the reveal was great. You really had everyone going. Excellent work. Congratulations!
my end of the year final went pretty well. i did a dialogue about a girl being mad at her friend for not bring her food. The point was to not tell the audience what i was mad about until the end and the reaction i got was what i planned on it went really well and im happy that i did so well
A conversation about discovery in theatre.