Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Today we were given sheets to write down our fight scenes, Grant and I transferred the information from our list. Then we practiced our scene we worked on eye contact and some new exciting moves we think the audience will enjoy.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Today Mr. Wolfe introduced our swords... aka a stick in a pool noodle... After playing with these new props we incorporated them in our fight scene. Grant and I were the 2nd to go we had great eye contact and Mr. Wolfe actually thought grant hit me on a fake punch. We did it perfect I fell correctly and it look beautiful.
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Monday, February 20, 2012
Last class we were introduced to stage combat and I was lucky enough to convince my brother Grant to be my partner, we practiced slapping, kicking, punching, pulling hair, and may more violent acts. The idea of my brother and I fighting is normal but fake fighting will be hard, lets hope for Acting Classes sake I don't mistakenly hit Grant. I think it is very interesting how Mr.Wolfe taught us these moves, I hope we can execute them to the up most accuracy.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
I feel the Love in the air, even thought it isn't valentines day. Today Diego Gomez and myself preformed 4 improv skits, one was about a father and son building a treehouse, the second was about two Itailian guys one named (Amerigo) Vespucci, and the other named (Christopher) Columbus attempting to run an Italian Restaurant. The third was about two American astronauts fixing a satellite. The forth was two men in a car shop talking about cars then getting in a car and listening to "Baby" by Justin Beiber. We received a 102 or a A-, B+.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Today we started grading for the improv acting we have been practicing, Diego Gomez and I haven't gone yet but we hope to nail our performance. The key to getting an A in this is spadework and not asking questions if we are detailed and we don't get too nervous we should do fine.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
This week we worked on Improv, what I have to think of is not using any imperatives and don't ask any questions. My partner and I need to develop the characters with mine and his first line. We cannot keep the audience guessing, we also need to do a lot of space-work to form the scene before we speak so the audience has an idea of what will happen in the scene.