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The Resource The Stage directions guide to directing, edited by Stephen Peithman, Neil Offen

The Stage directions guide to directing, edited by Stephen Peithman, Neil Offen

Label
The Stage directions guide to directing
Title
The Stage directions guide to directing
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stephen Peithman, Neil Offen
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Stage directions (West Sacramento, Calif.)
Dewey number
792/.0233
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN2053
LC item number
.S675 1999
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Peithman, Stephen
  • Offen, Neil
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Theater
Label
The Stage directions guide to directing, edited by Stephen Peithman, Neil Offen
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Is It Legal to Change the Script?
  • Photocopying Plays: Publishers Explain What's Legal and What Isn't
  • First Steps
  • Getting It All Together: How to Work with Your Production Team
  • Off to a Good Start: Set the Ground Rules Early--and Stick to Them
  • Great Expectations: A Successful Opening Night Begins with the First Rehearsal
  • Nancianne Pfister
  • Make Time Work for You: How to Keep on Top of Things Throughout the Rehearsal Period
  • Off Book, On Target: Offstage Readers During Rehearsal Get Actors Out of the Script and Into the Play
  • Sue Wurster
  • Preproduction
  • Staging The Play
  • Using the Framing Device: Here's How to Bring the Action Full Circle
  • The Case for Delayed Blocking: Sometimes a Different Approach Can Be Useful
  • Michael Kanter
  • When to Block out of Sequence: Flexibility Sometimes Is More Important Than Strict Order
  • Ahead of the Crowd: How to Handle Large Groups on Stage
  • Actor and Director
  • A Matter of Style: How You Direct Depends on the Play and the Actors
  • Play the Intention, Not the Line: Why the Script Is Only Twenty Percent of a Successful Performance
  • Ten Steps for Picking the Right Play: What to Look for Before You Decide
  • Finding the Right Play for You: How to Use Play Catalogues to Guide the Way
  • Thirteen Reasons Not to Pick a Show: A Baker's Dozen of Common Traps
  • Seven Reasons Not to Attempt the Classics: ... And All the Reasons Why We Should, Anway
  • Dale Lyles
  • How to Read a Script: Ten Ways to Judge Whether a Play is Right for You
  • Jim De Young
Control code
40587972
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
viii, 168 pages
Isbn
9780325001128
Lccn
98056058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
The Stage directions guide to directing, edited by Stephen Peithman, Neil Offen
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Is It Legal to Change the Script?
  • Photocopying Plays: Publishers Explain What's Legal and What Isn't
  • First Steps
  • Getting It All Together: How to Work with Your Production Team
  • Off to a Good Start: Set the Ground Rules Early--and Stick to Them
  • Great Expectations: A Successful Opening Night Begins with the First Rehearsal
  • Nancianne Pfister
  • Make Time Work for You: How to Keep on Top of Things Throughout the Rehearsal Period
  • Off Book, On Target: Offstage Readers During Rehearsal Get Actors Out of the Script and Into the Play
  • Sue Wurster
  • Preproduction
  • Staging The Play
  • Using the Framing Device: Here's How to Bring the Action Full Circle
  • The Case for Delayed Blocking: Sometimes a Different Approach Can Be Useful
  • Michael Kanter
  • When to Block out of Sequence: Flexibility Sometimes Is More Important Than Strict Order
  • Ahead of the Crowd: How to Handle Large Groups on Stage
  • Actor and Director
  • A Matter of Style: How You Direct Depends on the Play and the Actors
  • Play the Intention, Not the Line: Why the Script Is Only Twenty Percent of a Successful Performance
  • Ten Steps for Picking the Right Play: What to Look for Before You Decide
  • Finding the Right Play for You: How to Use Play Catalogues to Guide the Way
  • Thirteen Reasons Not to Pick a Show: A Baker's Dozen of Common Traps
  • Seven Reasons Not to Attempt the Classics: ... And All the Reasons Why We Should, Anway
  • Dale Lyles
  • How to Read a Script: Ten Ways to Judge Whether a Play is Right for You
  • Jim De Young
Control code
40587972
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
viii, 168 pages
Isbn
9780325001128
Lccn
98056058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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