||What is the style?
most important thing to learn.
- (She is suffering.) That's the nature of the scene.
Find the key, find the right style.
- All choices come from the type of style.
- All choices how people will react. You begin to
make choices. Effect scene has on audience.
(Part of how you plan it.) Style:
- Be true to the style of the play. When in doubt, do
nothing just think and feel.
- Choices made on the
- Consistent to style.
- Didn't know what style it was.
- Drama doesn't have to be deathly serious.
Comedy doesn't have to be completely hilarious.
- Find the key.
- Finding style.
- For picking style: where is the greatest
- Get into the right key.
- Make choices that favor style.
- Normal view of people, style.
- Rules of style: read
What is it? The key. To make choices from what should it do to audience.
- Set the entire mood of play. Set the style. Set the
people in play.
- Stay consistent to style, play that last
moment to the hilt.
never changes and where
ever possible use sense
- Style: (don't talk about "truth") don't overlap
That happens when you're looking for the truth.
- Style of play.
- Style is everything, have to decide.
- Style: stay constant with it.
- Style: What is the
main thrust? Funny.
- The difference between a Drama and Modern
Tragedy: modern tragedy is to fall from great height, all central characters die, no way out of
dilemma. Has to be done in stylized manner.
- The difference between drama and modern tragedy. Big question asked many
- The style always changes everything.
Only did physical structure of scene. Explore
- The style of Comedy
of Manners is where the humor is
based on one segment of society, example: upper class England.
- The story could be good.
- Tragedy is classical, otherwise if you try to make it look real,
it is a drama.
- What kind of play is it?
- What is the main thrust: Drama: Move the
audience. Comedy: Amuse the audience.
- What is the overall mood of story? Consistent to
- Why it didn't work? Key: Style
- Your style.
Between drama and comedy:
Comedy doesn't appeal to the emotion, but appeals to sense.
"In the end, it
can't look like acting."