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Be passionate about your source material. Do your research. Get your material out there as soon as possible. Unite the whole company around a common purpose. Keep an open mind. The importance of story is relative. Always look for counterpoints. Everyone works differently.
Devised theatre - frequently called collective creation - is a method of theatre-making in which the script or (if it is a predominantly physical work) performance score originates from collaborative, often improvisatory work by a performing ensemble.
Devising happens when a group of theater-makers collaborate through improvised activities, games, and exercises. This process allows the group to begin teasing out the kinds of stories they want to tell, and how exactly they want to tell them.
The Frantic Method is approaching devising as a series of tasks, each broken down into building blocks. This is designed to establish progress from the simplest discoveries. Performers are encouraged to take a moment back to its simplest truth and build from there.
Physical theatre. Physical theatre shows that you don't have to use words to express ideas. It uses techniques such as movement, mime, gesture and dance and can be used to explore complex social and cultural issues.
Start rehearsal with a mini lesson. Have a costume party. Invite a guest director. Host an acting workshop. Ask your student director to block part of a scene. Take a field trip. Take a trip via the small screen. End rehearsal with a game.
My experience working in academic and community theatre has seen an average of 7 working weeks from first read-through to opening night, 5 rehearsals per week, 2-3 hours per rehearsal (not including tech). The major increase in time is needed when choreography and music (singing/playing) enter the mix.
Plan your full rehearsal calendar of six to eight weeks. Most Broadway musicals traditionally rehearse for four to six weeks, so it makes sense to give your beginners more time.
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