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ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan: Director's BOOK
SummaryHistory: Research for the shows I direct, notes, after-thoughts and etc.
QuestionsFor 2005: Pygmalion DVD * Play * My Fair Lady (script) * My Fair Lady DVD * Plays by Shaw * Sayings of George Bernard Shaw *
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NotesDon Juan and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) This selection of seven of Moliere's prose plays includes "Precious Provincials," "The Would-be Gentleman," "Don Juan," "The Reluctant Doctor," "Scapin the Schemer," "The Miser," and "George Dandin."
Beckett in Directing Class script breakdown
For a while I'm keep my production notes online (see SHOWS directory), hoping that they can be usefull not only during the rehearsal process, but as showcases for students. Well, the same with my class notes -- and looks like now the two are about to merge. Method Acting for Directors and Theatre Biomechanics each will have Part V -- a play and its practical analysis. Biomechanics -- 12th Night and Mikado (comedy), Method -- The Three Sisters (drama).
The third ebook "Stagematrix: Theatre Directing" -- Hamlet
Teaching never ends....
I don't know, when and if I will be working on Thr413 Playscript Analysis or my film courses, I even don't know how long will take me to intergate the SHOW and the CLASSES in some usefull manner. One problem is that two of the etextbooks (BM and Method) are intended for actors and directors). Second -- it's mid summer 2002 and I don't think I can finish the three before the Fall.
I would like to mantain the formal structure for all of them (5 Acts = 5 Parts) and the same evolution: play > character > scenes > play. And -- play > themes > monologues > scenes > play. This is the new approach in SCRIPT directory. [Should I use the "character pages" in SHOWS directories and integrate them into courses? I'm afraid to confuse myself and everybody else.]
Hamlet, for instance -- for directors. (I lost the online pages, you have to get yourself a book). They, the students, have to go to the SCRIPT directory first (composition, definitions, Aristotle and so on)... also, I ask them to read the acting pages (prerequisite for a directing class)... this is not the way people behaive online!
They will never find their way back...
Web-Shows and TheoryMust read vTheatre Files!Fall 2004: The Possessed -- this directory was a sleeper. The Devils (Demons) by Dostoevsky is from long wish list. After 9/11 it moved to my short list. It took me two years to get to the show. Or should I say to a new script? As if Camus's adaptaion of Dostoevsky wasn't enough!
Thew things I changed right away: the names, the stage directions, the cuts (I cut the play in half). And the new scenes...
Oh, the web-shows, it's still sweet dreams. So much work -- the preproduction is three times longer. The scripts much be original (or in public domain), the post-production... I have no time for post-production; when I done with one show I have to start working on another! Virtual Theatre still is virtual...
So far, it's more like my online portfolio.
WWWilde Directory : I thought that I will be using it for my postmodern theories.... Comedy! I am using it for my Fundamentals of Acting Class -- BioMethod!
See SHOWS subdirectories!
eDirectorThis is something else. Webmaster? You're better to be a master to control the speed of light!
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