Viewpoints: Time, Jan 5
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DRAMA 252 Acting Topic Foundation and Time 5 January 2015 Pyramid that is not actually a pyramid Creative imagination mastery Technique F gt Process Lecture Notes Our work in 251 should be the foundation for our work in 252 Prmc39ples Concepts 0 Goal is to establish enough foundational work to evoke own work with creative imagination Foundations Review Superobjective what you want beyond the scope of the play must tie into the play 0 All actions are tied to the superobjective Objective What you want in the scope of the play Action logicchain what change you want in other character to achieve objective Tactic Momenttomoment decisions to enact action Obstacle what s preventing character from achieving goals 0 Hard to define the others without first identifying the obstacle Know where the character is in relation to other and to own life e 0 Time Space and sound are the plasticmalleable elements the actor needs to be able to command Time sequential progression of momentsevents Time passes through change 0 Elements of time tempo rhythm stoppingstarting moments repetition acceleration speed duration syncopation regionalism phrasing Time tends to be the first instinct quotWhat a waste of time Drama is fundamental like most sharks if it doesn t move forward it is dead 0 Important to be able to discern the playwright s inherent rhythm syncopation etc Director is responsible for making sure individual choices fit in with the timing of the sceneplay The Viewpoints Created by Mary Overlie expanded on my Tina Landau and Anne Bogart Tempo shape duration architecture kinesthetic response topography special relationship gesture and repetition 0 Simplified into time space and sound Meaning emerges from choices and changes in the viewpoints Recognize own tendencies and expand your vocabulary
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