1. Who is more important... the playwright or the cast and crew? Defend your assertion with your logic and some examples. 2. Also, how did your first performance in class go? What did it feel like before, during, and after?
cast because they have to act. It went good. I felt nervous but when I got over it, it felt good.
Consider your monologue... Give a synopsis of your story and the character you're going to portray. What are you doing to prepare yourself for the performance? How might you bring physicality to your character? My monologue is about me telling a story to a friend. I am reading it over and over. like I'm telling a story.
Consider your monologue... Give a synopsis of your story and the character you're going to portray. What are you doing to prepare yourself for the performance? How might you bring physicality to your character?
The story is about how I got my scare on my eyebrow. I just practice on my tone. By telling the story right.
Describe the beginning concept for your set design. What elements of your inspiration collage did you draw upon? What is the basic stage scene you're setting in your design? Is there a strong design concept yet it regard to style, form, texture, color, etc.?
My inspiration collage was the sky. The sky. There is a lot of blue.
Tell about the process of creating your puppet. Give two examples of how the character you were creating influenced design choices such as painting the facial features and costuming.
Also, reflect on your puppet play performance. What was challenging and what went well? How do you feel your voice performance went? How did you enjoy watching the other puppet shows?
Well it was harder then I thought it will be. Like the rounding of the face. The most of the performance was that I was nervous, but I did good.
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 predict that theatre is a big thing because if your not a good actor then your not an actor.
Reflect on your "A Midsummer's Night Dream" scene performance. Offer insight into what it was like taking direction, memorizing lines, and performing a famous Shakespearean work.
Practicing was easy but when you got up there and act, you get nervous and you will probably forget your lines. Although its good to learn how to speak like a Shakespearean.
This reflection should explain 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.
The thing i'm doing for the impress me show is i'm singing. To put it together I warm up my voice and just go over and over with the song. What influenced is that I want to be like one of those Mexican singers out there.
You will provide a Self-Evaluation Reflection on your blog following your performance basing your comments on the Evaluation Rubric’s criteria: Acting, Use of Space, Text, & Process.
Also, take a moment to reflect on the full semester. What's something you gained from this class that you feel you'll take with you?
To start off, my performance was me singing I must not be that good at it but I love to sing, I get a lot of critics about people of my sing but I'm trying to show a little about me. I did it by myself because I didn't really want a background I like every thing simple.
This class help me preform it front of other people there is not another place I would able to that. Since I want to become a singer some day this helps me to see how to preform in front of other people.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.