MONDAY ONGOING ASSIGNMENT
Please send rehearsal schedule to your class as well as firstname.lastname@example.org
Rememeber to update the office before your next class with a REHEARSAL REPORT.
If you are not present at each rehearsal, check in with the actors who met.
How did each rehearsal go? Who worked on what? Who came drunk? Who cried? etc. etc.
We want you guys to be present and productive!
Monday May 18th
Class STARTS at 6:30 pm-8:30pm ONLINE!
Netflix Party: Fridays 7:30PM until we are back in person!
Hi guys for tomorrow we’re working on the same monologues with the notes that Adam gave you from last week. We will be doing them in person no self taping.
WRITING REMINDERS BELOW:
This will be due next week:)
Let's get creative while we have time to ponder, wonder, and WRITE! For those of you who have not done this, it's simple. Here are the rules:
1. Find the person you are writing for below, and the person who is writing for you. Y
2. Write a 2-3 page scene for your partner. They are then going to cast the other character(s) in the scene, and we're going to perform them in class.
3. You cannot be in the scene you've written -- your job is to be the writer and observe!
AJ writes for ASA
ASA writes for FRANCESCA
FRANCESCA writes for OLANDER
OLANDER writes for SHANNON
SHANNON writes for STEVE
STEVE writes for AJ
The Beauty and Terror of being a Dog, by Steven Schutzman.
I Never Sang for my Father, by Robert Anderson.
Good Boys and True, by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Leaving Tangier, by David Johnston
All monologues are attached below.
Our work will focus on making things personal and not general. So make sure you work on making person’s, place’s, objects, and events SPECIFIC AND PERSONAL.
See you Monday!