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Jonatan Stroman
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Jacob Hutchison

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jonatan Stroman on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to DRAMA 101 at University of Washington taught by Jacob Hutchison in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 66 views. For similar materials see /class/192051/drama-101-university-of-washington in Drama at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
42108 The Critic s Job Identify what was attempted Describe and evaluate how it was accomplished How worthwhile was the experience By what standards Sequential Analysis Micro level actions quotTriggerand heap Immediate ca uses Macro level Stasis and Intrusion Clash of irresistibleforces quotRaisi ng the Sta kesquot Objectives must be important enough to act on Obstacles must be suf cient to prevent character from achieving objective Make the most dramatically interesting choice 42108 Aristotle s Six Elements of Drama Plot Character Thought Diction Music Spectacle Diction By diction Aristotle refers to the playwright s uses of language Rhythm vocabulary linguistic style and imagery are all elements of diction The way sentences are put together and the way they create meaning character plot are also elements of diction Music and Spectacle Music and spectacle refer to all the auditory and visual elements of production Since this encompasses everything we would see and hear in a production why did Aristotle consider them of least importance 42108 Thought Encompasses the intellectual aspect of the play theme or meaning or message Not simply an abstract idea or topic but an analysis of how the play deals with an idea A statement the play makes about the human condition Advice on Staged Readings You wanna hustle 37card monte you gotta do it right you gotta break it down Practice it in smaller bits Yr trying to do the whole thing at once thats why you keep fucking it up Im just saying you wanna do it you gotta do it right and ifyou gonna do it right you gotta work on it in smaller bits l W Lincoln TopdogUnderdog


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