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- icebreak game
- step1 name
- step2 change the place
- step3 tennis ball
- Laban movement quality
- efforts – space – time – weight – tendencies
- floating – flexible – sustained – light – dream like, absent minded
- punching/thrusting – direct – sudden – strong – conflict, bullies, ambition, military, commanding
- wringing – flexible – sustained – strong – unhealth, demon, indulgence, health, anxiety
- details of place
- situation, character – when, whether like, what, purpose, where are you going to do, is this convincing
- preparation of everyday life
- who am I?
- how you behave?
- what are you doing?
- 2-3mins journey, what are you thinking? where do your mind go?
- what time is it?
- where am I? what surrounds you?
- what are the given circumstance?
- what is relationship to? people, objects…
- how do you achieve things? how do you get what you want?
- costumes, props, scenario…
- Macbeth Act 2 Scene 3 edit*
- <Shakespeare’s Verse>
- back then writing and reading was not so common thing
- spelling of the words was driven by how it sounds
- letters were different
- script x cue line o -> to the actors
- even now a lot of interpretations exist
- “Structure is about rhythm”
- iambic – “rhythm of the rhythm” measured by feet
- sequence of stresses
- ecoes of heartbeat
- turbulence, struggle, challenging verse -> emotion. where is it difficult for the character?
- exercise) find final words, and find any full stops, how many syllables in it (should be 10 or 11)
- repetition is kind of key of structure