see STAGEMATRIX pages
1. What does Stanislavsky call "super-objective"?
2. What is "directorial concept"?
3. What do we call visualization?
4. What is the floor (ground) plan and why do we need it?
5. What are the four fundamentals of the theatre, according to Meyerhold?
6. What do we need to establish during the Exposition?
7. How we define comedy as a genre?
8. What is dramatic ACTION?
9. Why does Gorden Craig call a director "The Artist of the Theatre"?
10. What is "The Theatre Theatrical"? (Meyerhold)
II. Analysis: Describe the conflict in your scene in "The Importance of Being Earnest"
(use the other side)
2005: The purpose of my online production books was to assist myself, cast and crew during pre-production and rehearsal periods. After the show is over I use webpages for my classes: directing, acting, drama.
GeoAlaska: Theatre, Film, Web
THR331 Fundamentals of Directing 2005 * Wedding: class project -- finals *
After 2009 : classes.vtheatre.net
2007 * direct.vtheatre.net/tests
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