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Break a Leg!

By: Adrea Gibbs

Age Level: All Ages
Time: 40 minutes

How do you stage a successful play? Where does it all begin? Who does what? Adrea Gibbs explains the role of everyone in a production: the director, the stage manager, the music director, the choreographer, the lighting designer, the sound designer, the set designer, and the costume designer. She talks about the best way to conduct auditions and how to do the final casting. She explains how to decide the main thrust of the play, which will affect the work of everyone on the staff. She talks about stage sets, blocking, and how to direct the actor to create a believable character. She provides valuable advice on scheduling rehearsals and being ready in every way for opening night. You’ll want everyone on your staff to view this DVD so that each staff member will each understand how their role fits into the total production.

This title is now carried by Pioneer Drama Service.  Click here to order on Pioneer's web site.

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Let’s Put on a Show!
Introduction to Theatre Arts
The Drama Teacher’s Survival Guide
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