Directing and Being Directed Ten Steps to Learning the Craft

ISBN-10: 1575255839
ISBN-13: 9781575255835
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List price: $16.95
Publisher: Smith & Kraus Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.396
Language: English

What are the practical and creative elements for becoming a director? How do you get started? What is the best way for actors, designers, and crew to work with directors? The purpose of this guide is to give middle and high school drama students a chance to fully understand the art and the craft of stage directing. Drawing on years of experience directing and producing plays, Wilma covers such topics as: What is directing? What does a director do? How to read and analyze a script and really understand it! How to visualize your show How to get started: thinking about all aspects of the play including research, music, lights, costumes, genre How to hold auditions How to talk to your cast and crew, and how to listen! Staging techniques: blocking, picturization, arc, rhythm How to prepare a production, including rehearsal techniques, time lines, budgets, royalties, publicity How to prepare for a career in directing A brief history of directing from the pre-Greeks to the moderns. WILMA MARCUS CHANDLER is a director, choreographer, and acting teacher. She chaired the Theatre Arts department at Cabrillo College, in Santa Cruz, California, for many years and has directed productions for many Bay Area theater companies. She was co-founder of the National Festival of Womens Theatre and the Santa Cruz Actors Theatre eight tens@eight festival of ten-minute plays. She is the editor of four other popular books published by Smith and Kraus.

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