What does specificity mean? Is specificity useful in theatre? Why or why not?
Draw a picture of a beach using as much specificity as possible.
How did using specificity enhance your drawing of the beach?
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
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
Set Designer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, and Make-up Artists
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?
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
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.
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
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.
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!)