Next Theatre practitioners are actors, directors, and playwrights who create theatrical performances and discourses about theatre. In this way, the actor should not only known the lines of the character and the motivation behind those lines, but also every aspect of the characters life offstage, producing a naturalistic performance. Ordinary conversations written and spoken realistically.
Preferably any male actor who was in "Angels in America. This should be highly stylized, with all the actors saying most of their lines to the audience.
It will help all human kind!
And it will make me rich! I need to start mass producing it immediately. What I need is a manufacturer! Do I know you? Now what do I do?
I work my ass off for this Manufacturer to earn worthless stock options. Well maybe you can help me. I invented this Whats-it and I need to manufacture it.
I can help you! I can get my manufacturer to produce OUR invention buddy. You got a lawyer? Are you sure I know you? You heard the man. You need a lawyer? I would fuck a goat for your money.
I got some money. I need a lot of money. A lot of money! A lot of money. The Bank will loan you some. A dark tall woman with dark glasses struts in and stands center. I got good credit. Looking down his pants. I got this Whats-it.
Let me confer with my lawyer. BANK gives him a wad of money.
I need my fee. Got it all under control.For Excellence, the student needs to direct a drama performance effectively. This student has demonstrated research of the historical and social context of the script (1), and themes and messages are linked to the performance of the play (2).
The student plans to apply a Brechtian style of theatre to performance, and this idea is. Brechtian Acting The style of acting associated with the works of Bertolt Brecht can most simply be split into the concepts of Verfremdung and Gestus.
Verfremdung is the concept of alienation from the actor to the audience, and from the actor to the written role. - Brechtian Alienation in Community Performance Eugen Berthold Friedrich Brecht, (bd), known commonly as Bertolt Brecht, was a German poet and playwright.
One of his major contributions to theatre history was the “alienation effect” (From the German, “Verfremdungseffekt”). Mack the Knife—Brecht’s Threepenny Film is a topical, multilayered film about an opera and a trial, a film about the drama of a never-realised film from the last years of the Weimar Republic.
Brecht uses the example of an accident-eyewitness. To show bystanders what happened, he may imitate, say, the victim's gait but will only quote what is relevant and necessary to his explanation.
Moreover, the actor remains free to comment on what he shows. DOCUMENTARY THEATRE Documentary theatre, or theatre of fact, is theatre that wholly or in part uses pre-existing documentary material (such as newspapers, government reports, interviews, etc.) as source material for the script, ideally without altering its wording.