This helps you see the amount of dialogue you have at a quick glance. Information that is not questionable. This step highlights very quickly what information is left for interpretation.
As Ball says on page That is why I choose one predominant element and stick to it.
Guided Practice — Have students pull out their script copies and three-ring binder. They should turn in one copy of their script to you you may want to have a large three-ring binder on hand for yourself to put the scripts in and put the other copy of the script into their binder.
Then have the students take out a half-piece of paper and write their name and their chosen play title on it. Next have them state the predominant element in that play. Then have them write a VERY brief plot synopsis of the play eight sentences or less.
Checking for Understanding — Once the students are done with their initial analysis of their play, have the turn to pages in the textbook to be sure that they will be able to conduct a more thorough plot structure analysis on their own. Review the plot structure points and explain that students need to constantly look in their script for clues to the various points.
Go briefly over each requirement, but reiterate to students that you will be going over each requirement in detail as you progress through the unit. Individual Practice — If time remains in class, allow the students to begin working on the first three requirements that have already been covered in class: They could also write down the royalty information that they need to supply in their books: They can also be given a score for bringing two copies of their script to class.Writing the Statement and Summary Include a brief thematic summary (but not a plot summary) of the play, and support that summary with concrete evidence from the text.
You can include this summary in the introduction; or, if you wish to expand the summary, include it in a separate paragraph following the introduction.
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Study in a students-first program that is small enough for everyone to know you as an individual, with a big enough community to connect you with professionals and career contacts after graduation. THR - Production and Performance. Prerequisites: for Acting A.A.
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Formalist script analysis for production is an important skill for directors, designers, and actors to master.
Although each approaches analysis a little differently, there are foundation elements that everyone in the theatre shares when it comes to analyzing a script for production. (picture above: a sample of what my scripts look like when I’ve finished script analysis.) ** Note: the following script analysis process is ideal for when an actor has difficulty connecting to a script.
Sometimes you come across scenes/scripts that you totally identify with and may not need to complete [ ].