Reflect on the process of writing your monologue this week:
1) How did you begin? Did you brainstorm, get struck by a spark of imagination, or begin with by recounting a personal story, etc?
2) Has thinking about objective and tactics aided in your writing of an interesting story? Give an example of a tactic your character is using...
3) What theatrical genre would you call your monologue at this point and why?
i just thought of what came into my mind, and then i also wrote past experiences that has happened.
yes it helped cause know i could in a way write in more detail.
Reflect on your monologue performance. What it like in preparation and anticipation? What was your experience during the delivery of your monologue? What parts do you feel went really well. What parts so you know you'd want to improve upon? Also, what was it like being an audience for your peer's monologues?
I was pretty nervous about it, I really just wanted it get over it. I feel like I started off strong,but not so much the ending. I think i was going good, but then I didn't end so good. I wi🌮sh i went over the middle. i liked seeing everyone else.
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.?
at first i had no clue what i was gonna do, i just went with the flow, then on my college i saw the nightmare before Christmas and it reminded me of so many great memories so i did my set design on that. Its chruitmasy but dark just like the movie, it is my movie, i used to watch it so much with my boyfriend and it just reminds me of him
Reflect on the creative process of working from inspiration through to presenting your set design. What were the ah-ha moments of inspiration and the challenges you had to be creative to overcome? What's your overall impression of the growth of your creative muscle through the process of this project?
i thought it was pretty fun to do this project i wish i did more so people could see more. i love how it turned out tho
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?
I just went off my set design i wanted to do the little kids in the nightmare before Christmas, i had so much fun making the beds and painting I think that was the easiest part out of everything. 🐱👓🐱👤🐱🚀🦏🦈🦖🦕🐉🐍🐢🐊🦎🐿🐇🌈⭐🌟🗽🛴🏎
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.
i think my group and i did the best out of everyone, we was the funniest b*****s outttt periodt no tampon.
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
so me and Elizabeth always get bullied by Julian and liam everyday so we deiced for our performance to act like them we are gonna imitate how they act and do there sayings, we interviewed them and asked questions to do the best imitation we could
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.