Directing for Stage and Screen (Paperback)
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Directing for Stage and Screen (Paperback)

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Paperback 248 Pages / Published: 15/12/2007
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If directing dramatic productions interests you, this book is a basic guide to show you know to apply the principles of directing to any dramatic medium - stage, television, or film. The authors, who have worked in all three media, illustrated how the principles of one medium relate to the other two.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230601376
Number of pages: 248
Weight: 335 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 14 mm
Edition: 2008 ed.


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0;For decades, university theatre/drama programs have taught directing focused solely on the techniques and traditions of the stage. Conversely, TV/Film programs have focused on the technical aspects of directing for film and television but ignored the dynamics of the actor/director relationship so important in the theatre. To prepare the next generation of directors, academic training programs should now focus on the directing skills needed to succeed in theatre, television, and film," Directing for Stage and Screen" is a much needed textbook that provides the basic directing tools required in all three areas and should serve as a valuable resource for today7;s professors as well as future directors. Well balanced and accessible.1;2;Nick Reid, San Diego State University


0;This is a great resource for undergraduate students in both theatre and film. This text provides a really clear and comprehensive guide for the "practical" aspects of Theatre/film/TV. It is for people who want to get "jobs," and those who want to know "how it is done" in the "real world,"1;2;Linda Donahue, Texas Tech University


"For decades, university theatre/drama programs have taught directing focused solely on the techniques and traditions of the stage. Conversely, TV/Film programs have focused on the technical aspects of directing for film and television but ignored the dynamics of the actor/director relationship so important in the theatre. To prepare the next generation of directors, academic training programs should now focus on the directing skills needed to succeed in theatre, television, and film," Directing for Stage and Screen" is a much needed textbook that provides the basic directing tools required in all three areas and should serve as a valuable resource for today's professors as well as future directors. Well balanced and accessible."--Nick Reid, San Diego State University

"This is a great resource for undergraduate students in both theatre and film. This text provides a really clear and comprehensive guide for the "practical" aspects of Theatre/film/TV. It is for people who want to get "jobs," and those who want to know "how it is done" in the "real world,""--Linda Donahue, Texas Tech University


"For decades, university theatre/drama programs have taught directing focused solely on the techniques and traditions of the stage. Conversely, TV/Film programs have focused on the technical aspects of directing for film and television but ignored the dynamics of the actor/director relationship so important in the theatre. To prepare the next generation of directors, academic training programs should now focus on the directing skills needed to succeed in theatre, television, and film." Directing for Stage and Screen" is a much needed textbook that provides the basic directing tools required in all three areas and should serve as a valuable resource for today's professors as well as future directors. Well balanced and accessible."-Nick Reid, San Diego State University

"This is a great resource for undergraduate students in both theatre and film. This text provides a really clear and comprehensive guide for the "practical" aspects of Theatre/film/TV. It


"For decades, university theatre/drama programs have taught directing focused solely on the techniques and traditions of the stage. Conversely, TV/Film programs have focused on the technical aspects of directing for film and television but ignored the dynamics of the actor/director relationship so important in the theatre. To prepare the next generation of directors, academic training programs should now focus on the directing skills needed to succeed in theatre, television, and film". Directing for Stage and Screen" is a much needed textbook that provides the basic directing tools required in all three areas and should serve as a valuable resource for today's professors as well as future directors. Well balanced and accessible."--Nick Reid, San Diego State University

"This is a great resource for undergraduate students in both theatre and film. This text provides a really clear and comprehensive guide for the "practical" aspects of Theatre/film/TV. It is for people who want to get "jobs", and those who want to know "how it is done" in the "real world"."--Linda Donahue, Texas Tech University

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