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2  What does specificity mean?  Is specificity useful in theatre? Why or why not?

3  Draw a picture of a beach using as much specificity as possible.

4  How did using specificity enhance your drawing of the beach?

5  Students will draw the set design for the scene their monologue will be performed in.  Drawings must be as close to scale as possible  All set pieces must be appropriately labeled  Drawings must be neat and well thought out

6  Students will create an elaborate 3D Model of a stage and the set for their monologue  Each model must be sturdy enough to stand alone  Each model much be at least as long as a piece of notebook paper and as tall as half a sheet of notebook paper  All set pieces must be 3D  All set pieces must be as close to scale as possible

7 Set Designer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, and Make-up Artists

8  Endow - to use an item as if it was a different item.  Write what the item on the table is and also what can it be endowed as  What action(s) would an actor have to do in order to make that item seem like it is what he or she is pretending it to be?

9  Scenic Designers are responsible for mapping out the scenery for a play. ◦ **Note: They are not responsible for building sets The Process: Read the Play Production meeting Research Sketches (Front view, Side view, Top view) 3D Models Color elevation Ground Plan

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11  Time Keeper ◦ Is responsible for keeping track of the time and ensuring the group stays on task at all times.  Materials Manager ◦ Is responsible for collecting and returning all materials to their appropriate home at the beginning and ending of every activity. They also ensure all materials used are clean upon return.  Data collectors (2) ◦ Are responsible for obtaining all information needed for the assignment. It is also their job to ensure any and all questions have been fully answered.  Scribe ◦ Is responsible for writing down all collected data in a neat and orderly fashion so that it may be presented to the class.

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13 Work in groups to measure stage.

14  Costume Designers plan out everything each actor/actress wears throughout the entire show.  The Process  Read the play  Research  Sketches, renderings, swatches

15 High Fashion SketchCharacter Sketch

16  Lighting Designers are responsible for setting the mood of the play using lights  The Process ◦ Read the Play ◦ Watch a Rehearsal ◦ Making the Cue list ◦ Drawing the Lighting Plan ◦ Lighting Rig ◦ Lighting Focus ◦ Lighting Plot

17 Lighting PlotLighting Plan

18 September 25 th 2014

19  What emotions does this set provoke and how does it provoke these emotions in you?

20  0vU 0vU

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23  Draw two of your set pieces with as much detail and specificity as possible. ◦ Ex: (show texture, brand, engravings, scratch marks, old stains, ext.  Once you are completed with the above assignment, proceed to finish your ground plan from yesterday.

24  Students will draw the set design for the scene their monologue will be performed in.  All papers MUST have students Name and Period  Must have a idea web of all set pieces  Drawings must be as close to scale as possible  All set pieces must be appropriately labeled  Drawings must be neat, well thought out, and specific.  All renderings are due on Friday September 26 th 2014 (a.k.a. Today!)


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