In the last blog post, I looked at how disease was able to spread depending on environmental conditions and simulations of how the disease would carry through a city. This will (hopefully) be the last discussion of chronic disease, looking specifically at the emotional impact of disease, as I will moving onto looking at film narrative and preproduction, starting with the Hero’s Journey.
The first time that the actors will meet each other will likely be when they audition for a show. What will happen here will differ from audition to audition Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: Auditions and The First Script Reading”
Rehearsals can range from a few weeks (such as in local theatre) to many months (lengths that compare to Broadway) depending on the amount of money that is able to be spent just on rehearsals. Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: Acting Rehearsals”
When going into tech week — which isn’t confined to being a week long — it is best to know that the production is getting to the point of being as polished as could be. Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: Tech Week”
When it comes time to go into dress rehearsals, know that this part of the production process will be the last opportunities to iron out any kinks in the show before opening night. And because these are the last chances to catch anything, the rehearsals will run as though as though it was the real thing Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: Dress Rehearsals”
After roughly a month and a half of rehearsals and tech, the opening night for the show insert name here has arrived. From this point on you can (figuratively) kiss the director goodbye as once those close for the night — he or she is gone for good. Continue reading “Theatre Production Stages: The Opening Show”