Teaching Acting Through Scene Work Davina Rubin. Kehret, Peg. Acting Natural.
Colorado Springs: Meriwether Publishing, Ltd., 1991. Kehret, Peg. More Winning
Monologs for Young Actors. Colorado ... More Scenes That Happen. Colorado ...
Author: Davina Rubin
Publisher: Good Year Books
Activities and scene performances related to real-life issues help middle school students build self-confidence as they learn drama and speech skills. Performing basic acting exercises that focus on movement, using props, and speaking to an audience, participants develop effective oral expression and stage presence, and also learn theater-related terms and concepts. The book includes 16 short scenes and 22 interrelated monologues and dialogues. Grades 6-8. Suggested resources. Good Year Books. 128 pages.
To my good friends and neighbors—who also happen to be excellent publishers
and editors—Kevin and jennifer Lippert. To the designers ofthis book, Paul
Wagner and Benjamin English, and to the illustrator Nigel Peake for making such
Author: Verlyn Klinkenborg
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Verlyn Klinkenborg's regular column, The Rural Life, is one of the most read and beloved in the New York Times. Since 1997, he has written eloquently on every aspect, large and small, of life on his upstate New York farm, including his animals, the weather and landscape, and the trials and rewards of physical labor, as well as broader issues about agriculture and land use behind farming today. Klinkenborg's pieces are admired as much for their poetic writing as for their insight: peonies are "the sheepdog of flowers," dry snow "tumbles off the angled end of the plow-blade as if each crystal were completely independent, almost charged with static electricity," and land is most valuable "for its silence,its freedom from language."
in the scene or monolog , your audience must see things happening to you .
These are the points where you must make something happen to you in the scene ! Do you discover / decide upon / reject / accept an idea or an action at that
Author: Roger Ellis
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
Category: Performing Arts
Forty-two character scenes and monologues with specific acting prefaces for the performance of each scene are followed by a number of acting tips, exercises, and audition resources.
Scenes flashed more quickly, and he saw the EMP bomb burst and the stock
market fall. “And still he holdeth fast his integrity, although thou movedst me
against him, to destroy him without cause,” the voice from the throne boomed yet
Author: C. L. Lovelace
Publisher: Tate Publishing
As he hustled and bustled along, little did he know that his peace was about to be shattered. His happy holiday soon became a Christmas from hell. With America spiraling out of control from a terrorist strike dwarfing 9/11 and a natural disaster that devastated his family, Jake was forced to discover the only thing left to hang on to was his faith. He never thought things like this could happen to him or his family, and he prayed for a miracle to bring his fraying life together. But what if the answer to that prayer included a trip to hell and back? Find out what happens to Jake in Creighton Lovelace's adventurous and gripping story,It Could Happen to You!
Modern fiction has two different kinds of scenes, each with a simple structure. ... If
you use an omniscient or multiple point of view, the scene has more than one
POV character, but the dominant one is your focal ... Anything can happen. And
Author: Randy Ingermanson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A complete guide to writing and selling your novel So you want to write a novel? Great! That’s a worthy goal, no matter what your reason. But don’t settle for just writing a novel. Aim high. Write a novel that you intend to sell to a publisher. Writing Fiction for Dummies is a complete guide designed to coach you every step along the path from beginning writer to royalty-earning author. Here are some things you’ll learn in Writing Fiction for Dummies: Strategic Planning: Pinpoint where you are on the roadmap to publication; discover what every reader desperately wants from a story; home in on a marketable category; choose from among the four most common creative styles; and learn the self-management methods of professional writers. Writing Powerful Fiction: Construct a story world that rings true; create believable, unpredictable characters; build a strong plot with all six layers of complexity of a modern novel; and infuse it all with a strong theme. Self-Editing Your Novel: Psychoanalyze your characters to bring them fully to life; edit your story structure from the top down; fix broken scenes; and polish your action and dialogue. Finding An Agent and Getting Published: Write a query letter, a synopsis, and a proposal; pitch your work to agents and editors without fear. Writing Fiction For Dummies takes you from being a writer to being an author. It can happen—if you have the talent and persistence to do what you need to do.
was always we're only going to have four speaking parts in this film. And because
he was so clear about that, the process was more really, about cutting and
rewriting and making scenes happen in a few more locations than they do in the
Author: Graham Saunders
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Performing Arts
Closer emerged as one of the most successful plays of the 1990s, and one with a continuing afterlife through the academy award nominated film adaptation in 2004. Although the work of dramatists such as Sarah Kane and Mark Ravenhill initially attracted the most critical and academic attention, Patrick Marber's Closer had long West End and Broadway runs. The play has since gone on to repeat this success in over 30 other countries.
... perhaps leading to integration , is surplus reality , that is an imaginative
strategy involving the enactment of something which did not happen , can never happen or will never happen . ... Group size may vary considerably but many
psychodramatists would consider a group of around a dozen people most
desirable . ... One or more scenes in which the past incident is established and
explored more fully .
Author: Colin Feltham
Category: Social Science
The SAGE Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy, Second Edition, is the most comprehensive text of its kind and an essential resource for trainees and practitioners alike. Comprising succinct and easy-to-access contributions, the Handbook describes not only the traditional skills and theoretical models but also the most common client concerns brought to therapy and the particular skills required for different practice settings and client groups.
Behind the Rave : Structure and Agency in a Rave Scene Ken Spring To the
casual observer , music scenes probably seem to emerge more or less
spontaneously : jazz in New Orleans , 1914 ; be - bop jazz in ... So why do scenes happen ?
Author: Andy Bennett
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
While more than 80 percent of the world's commercial music is controlled by four multinational firms, most music is made and enjoyed in diverse situations divorced from such corporate behemoths. These fourteen original essays examine the fascinating world of "music scenes," those largely inconspicuous sites where clusters of musicians, producers, and fans explore their common musical tastes and distinctive lifestyle choices. Although most music scenes come and go with hardly a trace, they nevertheless give immense satisfaction to their participants, and a few - New York bop jazz, Merseybeat, Memphis rockabilly, London punk, Bronx hiphop - achieve fame and spur musical innovations. To date, serious study of the scenes phenomenon has focused mainly on specific music scenes while paying less attention to recurrent dynamics of scene life, such as how individuals construct and negotiate scenes to the various activities. This volume remedies that neglect. The editors distinguish between three types of scenes - local, translocal, and virtual - which provide the organizing framework for the essays. Aspects of local scenes, which are confined to specific areas, are explored through essays on Chicago blues, rave, karaoke, teen pop, and salsa. The section on translocal scenes, which involve the coming together of scattered local scenes around a particular type of music and lifestyle, includes articles on Riot Grrrls, goths, art music, and anarcho-punk. Aspects of virtual scenes, in which fans communicate via the internet, are illustrated using alternative country, the Canterbury sound, postrock, and Kate Bush fans. Also included is an essay that shows how the social conditions in places where jazz was made influenced that music's development.
Every one of Teniers ' scenes has happened ; but not one of Wilkie ' s ever did or
could happen ; though there is no ... if Wilkie has more individual expression than
Teniers , the latter has much more character ; - — that if the scenes of the ...
Every one of Teniers ' scenes has happened ; but not one of Wilkie ' s ever did or
could happen ; though there is no reason ... if Wilkie has more individual
expression than Teniers , the latter has much more character ; - that if the scenes
of the ...
Scenes built around the positive affects of joy and excitement tend to be
construed and organized as variants, Tomkins argued. ... perceiving common
patterns andrepetitive sequences, as ifto suggestthat unhappiness tends to happeninthe sameold way, overand over ... Negative events produce more
cognitiveactivity ingeneral and more efforts to engage incausal reasoning,
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
In the past fifty years, scholars of human development have been moving from studying change in humans within sharply defined periods, to seeing many more of these phenomenon as more profitably studied over time and in relation to other processes. The Handbook of Life-Span Development, Volume 2: Social and Emotional Development presents the study of human development conducted by the best scholars in the 21st century. Social workers, counselors and public health workers will receive coverage of the social and emotional aspects of human change across the lifespan.
Thank Heaven you did not , my love , ” said my mother ; ( what has happened can
be repaired , but that could never ... Whether my father began to smell a rat , or
whether he was afraid of putting more questions for fear of hearing more fibs , I ...
Flies buzz through the sunlight; they lend a drugged charm to the scene. The
sprinklers have just finished going and there's an uncharacteristic moisture in the
air that lets you inhale deeply—not like desert air, not scratchy, not physically ...
Author: Amy Wilentz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Social Science
From one of our most astute contemporary writers, Amy Wilentz, comes an irreverent, inventive portrait of the state of California and its unlikely governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The prizewinning author, a lifelong easterner and an outsider in the West, takes the reader on a picaresque journey from exclusive Hollywood soirees to a fantasy city in the Mojave desert, from the La Brea Tar Pits to celebrity-besotted Sacramento, from the tents of Skid Row to surf-drunk Malibu, from a snowbird retreat near Mexico to the hippie preserve of tide-beaten Big Sur, along the way offering up sharp observations on politics, fund-raising, the water supply, the Beach Boys, earthquake preparedness, home economics, catastrophism, movie-star politicians, political movie stars, Charlie Manson, and location scouts who want to rent your house in order to make television commercials for bathroom wall cleansers or Swedish banks. Wilentz moved to Los Angeles from a Manhattan wounded by September 11, only to discover a paradise marred by fire, flood, and mudslides. In what seemed like a joke to her, a Democratic governor nicknamed Gumby was about to be ousted by an Austrian muscleman in a bizarre election promoted by a millionaire whose business was car alarms. Intrigued, she set out to find the essence of the quirky, trailblazing state. During her travels, she spots celebrities but can't quite place them, drops in on famous salons with habitués like Warren Beatty and Arianna Huffington, and visits the neglected office of one very special 9,000-year-old woman. Plunging into the traffic of California, Wilentz noodles out meaning in some of the least likely of places; she sees the political in the personal and the personal in the political. By now an expert on tremors real and imagined, she offers readers on both coasts insights into where California stands today, and America as well.
In the following, the MONSTER appears to speak bluntly to various people, and
JANE can't stop it. MONSTER: You've got the lead in the school play? How did
that happen? I've got more talent in my baby finger than you have in your whole ...
The third reason is to help the production team break down the number of shots
needed for any particular scene. ... it will confuse all the crew members who have
been working with the original numbering scheme, and mistakes between crew
members would likely happen. ... Each sequence may have one or more scenes.
Author: Mark A. Simon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Among the most useful tools in the production of any TV show or film is the storyboard, which is the visual blueprint of a project before it is shot. The director's vision is illustrated in the manner of a comic strip and handed on to the crew for purposes of budgeting, design, and communication. Storyboards: Motion in Art 3/e is an in depth look at the production and business of storyboards. Using exercises, real-life examples of working in the entertainment industry, interviews with people in the industry, and sample storyboard drawing, this book will teach you how to : * Develop and Improve your boards * Work with directors * Develop your resume and your portfolio * Market your talent * Create and improve a storyboard using computers Packed full of practical industry information and examples, this book will help the reader improve their skills to either land their first assignment or advance their career.
Third, events that have “happened to two people in the same place, but at
different times may . . . be made to happen to ... Baker concluded, “The essential
point in all this compacting is: when cumbered with more scenes than you wish to
Author: Robert L. Hilliard
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Category: Performing Arts
WRITING FOR TELEVISION, RADIO, AND NEW MEDIA has been the leading work in its field for almost fifty years. Its frequently updated revisions, including the tenth edition, combine the best principles and examples of the past with those of contemporary practice. Its thorough coverage of concepts, approaches, and techniques concentrates on the key media formats of commercials; news and sports; documentaries; reality programs; talk shows; interviews; music programs; corporate, educational and children's formats; and drama and sitcoms. It also presents basic information the writer needs on production techniques, demographics, copyright, and career opportunities. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Fireballs, Furious Storms, and More Live Special Effects Danielle S. Hammelef ...
explosions remote control—a device used to make things happen from a
distance Pyrotechnicians make car explosions more exciting by loosening doors
Author: Danielle S. Hammelef
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
"Explains how physical special effects are used in movies"--
... the most educational experience I had in four years of fight choreography. I sat
down with the actor playing Troilus, and together he and I constructed an arc for
the scene: how it would start, how it would end, what shifts would happen along ...
Author: Marie Brennan
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Have you ever: • Held a sword? • Taken a karate class? • Punched another person in the face? Even if your answer is “no,” you can still write a good fight scene. In this guide, fantasy novelist Marie Brennan will show you how. Drawing on her experience with fencing, stage combat choreography, Okinawan martial arts, and above all writing, she lays out the components that turn the strikes into a compelling story. From purpose to tactics to prose, Writing Fight Scenes walks you through the anatomy and execution of combat on the page.
Lists are often useful: for example, what verbs does the character use? Verbs
show most directly what is the "action" going on in a character's mind, the energy
which makes speech happen. So in Scene 9, Othello starts with simple verbs — "
Author: Brown, Phillip; Ian
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
35 scenes from Shakespeare are presented in newly-edited texts with notes which clarify meanings topical references puns ambiguities etc. A brief description of characters and situation prefaces each scene and is followed by a commentary which discu
Author: Lawerence K.W. Berg, PhD, Esq.Publish On: 2010-12-25
This is to say, that people tend to recall fewer and fewer events as they go back further and further in time. I remember ... The research shows that this general
trend holds, except for memories of what happened in my emerging adulthood
years. For those years, I likely ... Scenes built around the positive affects of joy
and excitement tend to be construed and organized as variants, Tomkins argued.
Author: Lawerence K.W. Berg, PhD, Esq.
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"The handbook is an impressive collection of research studies and theories provided by knowledgeable contributors on life-span development from conception to old age."--Anthropology and Aging Quarterly The doubling of our average life span since the turn of the 20th century is considered by many scholars to be one of the most important changes in human existence. This definitive text is the only volume to fully address, through a multidisciplinary perspective, the biological, cognitive, and psychological development that occurs from infancy through old age, and how the sociocultural and institutional factors interface with these changes. Edited by leading research scholars in the field of life-span development, the volume also includes contributions of specialists in behavioral genetics, socioemotional selectivity theory, neuroscience, ecological models, and more. It examines the dynamics of close relationships and informal ties among the elderly population, child-parent attachment relationships as a life-span phenomenon, developmental tasks across the lifespan, continuity and discontinuity in temperament and personality, the sociocultural context of cognition across the life span, and variability in approaches to social problem solving from early to later life. Given the number of recent demographic shifts, it also explores issues related to fertility, life expectancy, environmental contexts, technology, immigration, and public policy. Key Features: Integrates the full life span from infancy through old age in each chapter Considers multidisciplinary perspectives that address personal relationships, cognitive development, and social, emotional, and physical health across the life span Situates life-span development in ecological contexts (e.g., socioeconomic, neighborhood, and immigration status) Provides a concise but thorough resource for graduate seminars in life-span-related studies Highlights future issues in all areas of life-span study