2 minute “JUST TALK EMILY” exercise “Well, I started writing, yeah. I started like doing little exercises while I write. And, I like started to write my biography. It’s about myself but I do it in second person, yeah. And that actually boosts my confidence, I actually thought to myself I’ve done actually cuite a … Continue reading Scriptwriting exercises
Frantic Assembly – by through round, using music Augusto Boal work – looking at pictures, Theatre to change the world Action in words Verbatum theatre – real life stories, getting ideas from real situations, people Criteria – 10-12 minutes, group mark, using stuff that you’ve studied, group dynamic-the energy of a group, collaboration, relationship with … Continue reading Theatre Practice: Devising methods
A family situation: a victim, a saviour and a prosecutor. FRANTIC ASSEMBLY EXERCISES: Squad: People standing in rows and columns, one row starts to count to 8 (for example) and then turns aroun on the last number to pass the juming to the second row, so the first row stops and second one starts counting … Continue reading Theatre Practice: Frantic Assembly Exercises
IMPROVISATION – to listen to your fellow actors – say yes to everything – not to entertain but to say first thing that comes up to your … Continue reading Theatre Practice: improvisation and monologues
Seven basic human vices that, when taken in excess, can be percieved as evil, and potentially injure or kill the person indulging in said vices, or anyone around him/her. Listeining to interviews about seven deadly sins and devising small pieces from the texts and way of speaking of the peope bbeing interviewed. This could be … Continue reading Theatre Practice: Devising "The seven vices"
Fluent transaction from text and realistic situations to movement and music. Love song by Frantic Assembly -story of one couple within two, of two people within 4 actors. ‘That is the story of our beginning. And this is the story of … The end’ Lovesong created by Frantic Assembly, interwines a couple in their 20’s … Continue reading Theatre Practice: Creativity
Warm-ups: For speech and mouth: washing machine- move your tongue in circles around your mouth 30 times and then to the other way Chewing an invisible toffee and it gets bigger and bigger Shooting letters in rythm For voice: go the highest you can with your hands and voice and then lowest Sss vocals in … Continue reading Voice Workshop, voice exercises