Imagine You're Directing a Scene.


Pick a scene from the play you're studying and imagine you're going to direct it. You'll need to explore all the main points from my 'Directing a Play' notes. Here are a few more hints.

Write about the Mood of the Scene.

1) The mood of the scene is really important.

2) Some scenes are funny, some are scary, some are full of excitement and tension, some are spooky, and some are romantic.

O, it is monstrous, monstrous! / Methought the billows spoke, and told me of it, / The winds did sing it to me and the thunder, / That deep and dreadful organ-pipe, pronounced / The name of Prosper - it did bass my tresspass. / Therefore my son i'th'ooze


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