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ROLES IN THEATRE
Transcript of ROLES IN THEATRE
The director decides upon the interpretation or the conceptualisation of the text working with actors and the creative team to realise the drama event (ACARA, 2013)
Provides designs for the appearance of characters on stage and insights about the context or style of a drama event (includes makeup) (ACARA, ...)
Lets open the curtains and take a
walk around the theatre. You will get a
sneak peak at some of the roles involved
in a production.
ROLES IN THEATRE
Questions to brainstorm using POPPLET:
Which role would you enjoy?
Which sounds the most challenging?
How do they all work together?
What skills do you have that you can apply to
Use this link to download the free trial software for online costume design: (you can use this in your next assignment)
Costume inspiration board-
AND WHO IS THIS?
INTRODUCTION TO THE LESSON
Instructional tutorial if your
not confident with using Popplet.
TAKE THE QUIZ- Which role suits you?
Your task is to choose one of the Theatre Roles described in this Prezi and then using the notes you have created and any additional online research, prepare and present a PowerPoint focusing on the following:
Definition of the role
What does this job entail?
Demonstrate this understanding by applying this role to your scene from 'Lockie Leonard.'
Example of application:
Costume inspiration board
Lighting design sketch
Sound cue list
Directors notes on script.
Directors notes often do not make sense to anyone but the director:
They use their own shorthand to write notes on:
-Set and prop notes
ANYTHING RELATING TO THE PLAY
Submit by November 5th using Emodo-
Code for entering website: qcczpv
Class name: Creative Cats
Submit under PowerPoint Task
Any question on the assignment are to be directed to our class board on Emodo.
Watch the video for information
then look at the Pintrest
board for inspiration.