-The actor is a story-teller and his goal is to deliver a particular story to the audience. The second year was all about doing. By saying this I do not mean in any way that we stopped expanding our abilities and knowledge,of course that never happens within the acting world because as actors we always continue learning and develop our abilities, something that happens in our everyday life too.Changing is inevitable. It is our choice to stick to what we have or to be open to new possibilities.Throughout the year we had normal lessons and individual exercises, like in the first year, where we were introduced to many new for us acting techniques and how to create a character by applying different methods, methods that we found easier for us as
I kept ignoring any conversation with my friends that related to the dance squad team because I did not want to admit to the insecurities that were running through my mind – I pretended that I didn’t want to be on the dance squad, but deep down inside it is all I thought about. It is all I wanted, and that is what I did. Suddenly, I gathered enough confidence (with a lot of encouragement from my friend Ashley) and told myself I will just try out for the dance squad team. By then, a week had already passed, and the girls who signed up had already learned the choreography. I felt as if I would be too behind, and that I wouldn’t be capable of learning the choreography on time.
He’s making me quit the play at Henley Hall. Acting’s everything to me. I-but he doesn’t know! He-I can see the point; we are not a rich family, like Charlie’s. We-But he’s planning the rest of my life for me, and I-He’s never asked me what I want”
I personally have only ever considered the content of what I wanted to teach the trainees’. For my previous presentations, I never kept in mind the visual and verbal cues I was presenting during a training. Also, not using notes, made me look better prepared and more informed in the eyes of the trainees’. Next time I am preparing and practicing for a presentation for future teams, I am going to keep visual and verbal cues in mind and make appropriate suggestions for my future team members. Prior to this team project, I had never considered pre-engaging the trainees’.
The Objective and Social Interactions of Dramaturgy "Everything influences playwrights. A playwright who isn 't influenced is never of any use" Arthur Miller Introduction I was daydreaming in the class and the teacher calls on me and asking me a question. Suddenly I do not know the answer and I’m desperately started to looking around for help, a friend of mine whispered it to me and I said the answer. Suddenly the moment of terror has passed, I go back to daydreaming, the teacher continue what he supposed to do and everyone is happy and actually there are lot of things happened that day that raises so many questions. Such as, why I worried give the right answer?
For me, the bridge to adulthood is being accountable for your consequences’. When you have to own up to your actions and accept the consequences of your actions. Looking back on my own life, as a child I never concerned myself with the things I did or the people around me. After reading about Annie Dillards’ story as a child and how consequences catch up to you, parts of her story reflected my own life and the things that helped me transition from childhood to adulthood. I was 14 years old, my mother was never around because she was always working, neither was my father for that was how it was since I’ve been alive.
They mostly went to this one called “Encounter,” A.K.A. the bane of my existence. But, I was never a fan of this weekend trip, and I never told anyone so. As a result, I usually ended up attending Encounter. A few weeks ago, though, I told my parents.
I knew that I should get to work on it when I took theatre because stress and nervousness on stage is probably the worst thing I experienced. My teacher took the class through meditation exercises. I did this in middle school but didn’t really feel the effect until I was older how much more helpful it was to me. Learning about the key ways of dealing with my stress really did help a lot. I did lots of meditation at night, especially the night before tests.
I did not want to just muddle through it. So starting my 8th grade year when I realized this, I knew that I had to get even more serious about dance and give the task unbridled attention. Of course I could have tried out for the dance team before but I have always been anxious and afraid. Afraid that I was not good enough and anxious that I would look like a fool and I would not fit in with the other girls. While debating whether I should audition or not I talked with my sister and dancing friends to get advice.
I was hesitated to do anything because I used to think the more I can do the more I had to do. I learnt in school just because I had to learn, no objectives to achieve, no favorite hobbies to do. After graduating from high school, I would go to a university then I would study hard and get a good job. That’s all. But every changed when I went to Ho Chi Minh City to study, it didn’t turn out as I intended.