scriptwriting writing question
Answer questions bellow follow instructions:
*What is being attempted?
*Was it achieved?
*Was it worthwhile?
To be clear, the focus should be on the production and not the script; this isn’t a script analysis paper. Once you determine what the production is trying to communicate (which might be identical to what the playwright is trying to communicate) then you discuss how it was communicated on the stage. What were key elements of the acting? What are characteristics of the actors that met your image when reading the script? How did the casting enlighten the story? What are some key scenes that embody the vision? Always refer to the actors by their names, too.
As you look at the scenery go into depth when analyzing it. It’s not enough to say that the show had a minimal set; instead, discuss why the entire play took place in front of a cinder block wall with an American flag. That was a choice made by the designer and director. You can perform research to clarify such things. Make sure that you cite the sources you use, or risk plagiarism. How did the fact that actors sometimes directly addressed the audience fit into this vision?
This submission should be at least seven fifty words and take into account the acting, scenery, costumes and other elements of the production you find important. The response should refer to specific elements and demonstrate that you watched the video of the production.
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