Sunday, May 27, 2012
Last class Fabio and I had a very interesting talk with Mr.Wolfe, he told us that it was not only on effecting the audience but effecting the characters and each other. He told us that the idea is good but we just need to execute this in a fun real-life styled scene. So far this weekend Fabio and I have only talked once but we both did the homework that we assigned each other and hope that everything will turn out well.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Last class we preformed our Waiting for Godot scene, surprisingly Fabio and I received 100%. According to Mr. Wolfe's note he likes our concept, now we have to fully master the lines and adjust to the new and final waiting for go dot scene grading sheet.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Sunday, May 13, 2012
the drowsy chaperone was very funny I am not sure if the original was anything like that but the addition of the Narrator. He killed me, figuratively of course or i wouldn't be here. Honestly he was funny at times of the play I was crying. As a theater student it was very interesting to watch, Mr Wolfe told us when we were doing our combat session we would be able to tell, I am proud to say I was. As everyone around me saw a real slap, I was happy to know it was theater. My favorite scene was after the break when the actors came in chinese looking costumes and then the narrator said he should speak to his cleaning lady in proper sentences. Overall I would rate this play the best I have ever seen and would pay to see it again.