this week I learned more about theatre and i met more people
for the play, I think we did pretty good. i probably should have done a better job dying though
Regarding your Group Mimed Performance: You went in & out of character... was this due to nerves? To grow in your acting, work on maintaining your character in each moment.
My character is a normal kid who lives in a bad area and he tries to protect himself from getting beat up. i am going to read over my monologue to prepare myself for next week, and i would want to know if I am being to loud or to quiet or what i need to do to be more direct to the audience.
Regarding you Monologue Performance: You were a bit too quite to hear easily. Your low voice requires an effort in regard to projection. Work on enunciating each word to reduce mumbling. You did not connect much to the audience as you were wearing a hat... and you kept your head down on your script. Next step to to know the script well enough that we can experience the script whale we see your face.
For my monologue i knew it was bad bc it was to short an i was being quiet.
From my collage i came up with a story about a guy who loves food.it is coming to life in my set design because it is realistic and every thing that happens in the story would happen in real life and the mood is happy and funny. my set design will capture that mood because there will be funny moments.
Hey Cyrus I'm going to respond to your thing.Your doing good but if you feel like your going to quit think about why you started.Alright im going to go now someone is after me oh wait he's right here he's going to kjshfdnjsdndjjhfjeeeeeeennnnnnsl;jZLOd
In regard to your final scene "Hunting Season": Cyrus- how am I supposed to grade 'voice' when you're dead the whole scene (less the --spoiler--)!?! Excellent work on this one. Your group worked very well together as you developed the story and the creativity paid off. Being the dead guy is no easy feat in this scene as they were dragging you everywhere and stuffing you into every hiding spot they could think of, and you really were a trooper, keeping your body as dead as possible while also helping the others so they (& you) wouldn't get injured. I'm really pleased with your commitment and applaud your efforts. Congratulations.
A conversation about discovery in theatre.