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1. What is the style? Style is most important thing to learn.
  1. (She is suffering.) That's the nature of the scene. Find the key, find the right style.
  2. All choices come from the type of style.
  3. All choices how people will react. You begin to make choices. Effect scene has on audience. (Part of how you plan it.) Style: Drama. Objectives.
  4. Be true to the style of the play. When in doubt, do nothing just think and feel.
  5. Choices made on the style.
  6. Consistent to style.
  7. Didn't know what style it was.
  8. Drama doesn't have to be deathly serious. Comedy doesn't have to be completely hilarious.
  9. Find the key.
  10. Finding style.
  11. For picking style: where is the greatest main thrust?
  12. Get into the right key.
  13. Make choices that favor style.
  14. Normal view of people, style.
  15. Rules of style: read material; What is it? The key. To make choices from what should it do to audience.
  16. Set the entire mood of play. Set the style. Set the people in play.
  17. Stay consistent to style, play that last moment to the hilt.
  18. Style never changes and where ever possible use sense memory.
  19. Style: (don't talk about "truth") don't overlap style. That happens when you're looking for the truth.
  20. Style of play.
  21. Style is everything, have to decide.
  22. Style: stay constant with it.
  23. Style: What is the main thrust? Funny.
  24. The difference between a Drama and Modern Tragedy: modern tragedy is to fall from great height, all central characters die, no way out of dilemma. Has to be done in stylized manner.
  25. The difference between drama and modern tragedy. Big question asked many times.
  26. The style always changes everything. Only did physical structure of scene. Explore every moment.
  27. The style of Comedy of Manners is where the humor is based on one segment of society, example: upper class England.
  28. The story could be good.
  29. Tragedy is classical, otherwise if you try to make it look real, it is a drama.
  30. What kind of play is it?
  31. What is the main thrust: Drama: Move the audience. Comedy: Amuse the audience.
  32. What is the overall mood of story? Consistent to style.
  33. Why it didn't work? Key: Style
  34. Your style.

  1. Between drama and comedy: Comedy doesn't appeal to the emotion, but appeals to sense.

"In the end, it can't look like acting."