8 edition of Directing the play found in the catalog.
Directing the play
|Statement||by George II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen [and others] Edited with an illustrated history of directing, by Toby Cole and Helen Krich Chinoy.|
|Contributions||Chinoy, Helen Krich, joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||PN2053 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||53005851|
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"Play Directing" describes the various roles a director plays, from selection and analysis of the play to working with actors and designers to bring it to life. The authors emphasize that the role of the director is that of an artist-leader working in collaboration with actors and designers who look to the director for partnership in achieving their fullest, most creative by: This, no doubt, is one of the very best books on play directing.
I used it as a college student many years, ago, and have updated the printings through the years. You will Cited by: Not a lot new and some of the coverage is pretty cursory, but likely a good introduction to directing as it accumulates a lot of information in bite sized chunks.
The planning charts are particularly good/5. Description: "Play Directing, Sixth Edition" describes the various roles a director plays, from selection and analysis of the play to working with actors and designers to bring it to life.
The authors emphasize that the role of the director is not as a dictator, but as a leader of artists working in collaboration who look to the director for ideas that will give impetus to their fullest.
Directing is a great way to stay creatively inspired, and learn a lot about acting at the same time. It can be a daunting endeavour at first, but very rewarding. It allows a lot of insights into the craft as a whole, and even if it is not a path you want to pursue full time, it is something every actor should try at least once to better.
Mis-directing the Play examines the role of the director as collaborator with actors, designers, dramaturges, and playwrights.
Throughout, the book's focus is on shedding the counterproductive myth of the director as creative auteur and urging in its place a return to first principles: the idea of the director as the interpretive artist in charge of putting the playwright's play 4/5.
Other recommended books: To The Director by Michael Chekhov; An Event in Space: JoAnne Akalaitis in Rehearsal; Thinking Like a Director by Michael Bloom; Meyerhold on Theatre by Vsevolod Meyerhold; The Vakhtangov Sourcebook by Yevgeny Vakhtangov; Unbalancing Acts: Foundations for a Theatre by Richard Foreman; Directors in Rehearsal by Susan Letzler.
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Doesn’t matter. Directing is not easy. The director is the leader, the visionary, and the person that gets blamed if the final product is garbage (ways to recognize if your show is garbage: 1) people leave at intermission, 2) your dramatic high point gets laughs, 3) it’s described as “cute” or “nice”, 4).
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Both theoretical and practical, Fundamentals of Play Directing offers content and information on the major technical and visual issues of stage directing that beginning directors.
Silver Linings Playbook () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The modern theatrical director is in complete charge of all the artistic aspects of a dramatic presentation.
It is the director's first task to discover a central mood or idea in the text of the play to be performed that will serve as a unifying determinant for the interpretation of individual scenes and characters. Get this from a library. Directing a play. [Michael McCaffery, (Theatrical director)] -- Role of the director - Choosing a production - Budget - Casting - Rehearsals - Period plays and classics - Musical theatre - Technical and dress rehearsals - Performances.
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The material is organized in a clear, step-by-step teaching format, from explanations to demonstrations and exercises.
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A director is the individual who, after much research, reading, and planning, conceives and develops the boundar-ies of a unique world within which a playwright’s story and ideas will come to life. In the process, the director de-termines which character, plot, or de-sign elements need to be emphasized so that a production’s spine, or central.
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Student directors need to document their process, including showing clearly the reasons for the directorial choices they have made. Here's is an outline for a Student Director's Book. Along with the materials outlined below, it would also include: A copy of the script All blocking written into the script Any research materials Reactions to each rehearsal, including what the director.
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The certificate in play directing develops strong candidates for employment in professional, regional, or academic theatres. When directing a play, the director’s main role is to fully manage the production by understanding how to delegate responsibility, inspire the actors and crew, make sound decisions and put together a compelling production that aligns with the script.
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A director is, in many ways, a coordinator and facilitator. Bringing together the many different strands of a play production requires a fair amount of pre-planning and organization. A rehearsal schedule is very helpful. Set deadlines for dropping scripts, collecting props and posting play bills.
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