Directing a Play.


Watch two versions of the same play and you'll see just how differently it can be done. This is largely down to the job directors do.

Think about the Audience.

Directing a play means deciding how to show the story to the audience.

The actors have to play their parts so that the audience understands what's happening - and feels all the different moods that Shakespeare wanted them to feel. The director has to guide the actors on how to do this.

The audience Doesn't have a Script to read.

The director has to help the audience understand what's happening - here are several ways they can do this.

  • Make the actors say their…


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