Blocking makes sense of the relationships between characters and helps create focus for the audience, showing them which action in a scene is important planning a rehearsal whatever the approach, for the next two to three weeks the director and cast will embark on an adventure, breaking down the play to explore it for meaning, subtext and motivation. Steps o as each line is said, the actors must experiment with their proxemics, either moving closer or further away from the other speaker, depending on their relationship 20 lecoq’s masks and neutrality o i would ask my actors to focus on their physicality.
- allows actors to explore the journey of their relationship without the restrictions of the text - - actors can use information discovered in the improvisations to inform how they play the character in the scene that they are rehearsing. Trying to hide any alleged links between her and the drum major from woyzeck consider three appropriate rehearsal techniques you might use to explore the relationship between woyzeck and marie in this extract i would have my actors create a “role-on-the-wall” for the characters of marie and woyzeck.
Consider three appropriate rehearsal techniques you might use to explore the relationship between cinesias and myrrhine in this extract explain to your performers how you intend to work on exploring the relationship between cinesias and myrrhine in this extract, giving reasons for your approach, supported by clear examples.
Explore ways to touch o i would ask my actors to find a way to touch the other person that was appropriate to the line i would ask them to rely on instinct and not to think it through too much. Aims: helps to examine relationships between characters uses proxemics and movement to communicate attachment/detachment to other characters how to: actors stand in the space and embody the role instruct them to walk at a steady pitch round the room.
Consider three appropriate rehearsal techniques you might use in order to explore the relationships between the women in this extract to explore the relationships between the women in this scene, the status of each character at different points could be considered. Rehearsal techniques to explore relationships to do this, they could use levels to assert their character's dominance in the scene for example, the women of the lowest rank could kneel on the floor and the highest could stand on a chair. Rehearsal techniques stanislavski: circles of attention aims: helps the actors to explore proxemics on stage and explore status, relationship on stage through space.
This technique is to help the actor explore the importance of delivery as well as aiding their understanding of lysistrata's authority over the women brechts gestic acting reading lysistrata's opening speech in 'scene' and pick a key quote eg 'they're deserting right and left' create a movement or gesture which best portrays the underlying messages or ideas of this quote. A useful technique for exploring any kind of dilemma faced by a character, providing an opportunity to analyse a decisive moment in greater detail the class forms two lines facing each other one person (the teacher or a participant) takes the role of the protagonist and walks between the lines as each member of the group speaks their advice.