In your journals, describe how what you wear now, differs from what you wore in kindergarten.
Costume Designers plan out everything each actor/actress wears throughout the entire show. The Process Read the play Production Meeting Research Sketches, renderings, swatches
Batman has gone through many costume changes throughout the decades. How do you think Batman’s bat suit will look in the year 2050 (36 years from now)?
Time Keeper Is responsible for keeping track of the time and ensuring the group stays on task at all times. Artist The Person responsible for transforming the groups ideas into a cohesive design. Data Collectors/Researcher 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. Color Analyst Creates the color palate to be used for the design.
In Small Groups the students will be responsible for Working Together As A Team to create an updated costumer design for a beloved superhero.
In your journal write: How did you assist the group? What did another group member do to help? What your group accomplished?
Does the way a place is lit affect your mood? Why or why not?
Lighting Designers are responsible for setting the mood of the play using lights The Process Read the Play Production Meeting Research Watch a Rehearsal Making the Cue list Drawing the Lighting Plan Lighting Rig Lighting Focus Lighting Plot
Group Roles: Reader – Reads the story Scribe – Wrights the answers to the questions in his or her journal Drawer – Creates the Lighting Plan Time Manager – Keeps everyone on task (If your group doesn’t finish it’s your fault) Good luck to you all
Where are the lighting changes in this story? *Minimal of three lighting changes (That means you need to have three or more changes Wright about why the light changes in the places that you indicated What colors do you think would aid this story in setting the mood? Why did you choose those colors?