If an actor does not fit the characters or the costumes vibe then the audience will lose interest in the play. Costumes are important to help the actors , they say it’s all about the acting and they are correct but a costume is important to because it gives an audience to use their imagination and see the play in a different way. Costume design is important because without hesitation it supports the characters in the story being told. It helps an actor find his/her character. And when it comes time for the show to start, if the actors are not believable as their characters then the audience won’t suspend their disbelief.
For any person to host any event organiser, they will need to know what types of skills are required to perform their role effectively. TOP Productions will need to hire an event organiser because then it will be easier for them to know how to manage their events properly and making sure that the event runs smoothly. It is important for the even organiser to manage its event organiser properly or else the event may not run smoothly and not many customers will be happy about it. The skills that are required to for any event organiser are: * Communication and Interpersonal Skills * Time Management * Problem Solving * Negotiating * Planning * Monitoring * Evaluating * Resource Management Communication and Interpersonal Skills Communication Skills are very important for any event organiser especially if the event is going to succeed whether if the communication involves the size of a venue, queries from potential attendees or how many are to cater for. TOP Productions must find an event organiser that has a real good communication and Interpersonal Skills.
I know the importance of communicating effectively. If I fail in communicating a specific assignment for a particular play, the end result will be failure. Communication is simply transmitting information, opinions and ideas. I don’t think that human relationship would be possible without communication. Our text said, “In this complex and information-rich conceptual society,
We search for a place to be familiar and feel a sense acceptance, not realising that Belonging is a dynamic process of identification, which establishes a relationship with individuals and their society. The bonds we form with people play a fundamental role in shaping our self of belonging and also transforms through new experiences. The crucible by Arthur Miller demonstrates a constant composition of dramatic techniques throughout the play. Tension is generated throughout the play by the constant struggle to distinguish what is true from what is perceived to be false. Miller’s use of juxtapositions, dialogue, irony, symbolism and imagery implicates his techniques to help implement his ideas into this play.
Goffman was another interactionist who used the labelling theory to describe how we think of ourselves as actors who need to give a ‘convincing’ performance to the audience, this is the dramaturgical analogy. Goffman believes that we are social actors who are performing for the rest of society to persuade and prove to them that we can fit into the role given to us. He states that we use language, tone of voice as well as props and settings to give a perfect impression to the audience, however he argues that we do not have a ‘tightly scripted role’ as the functionalist theory believes, but loosely scripted roles that allow us to change certain factors. For example, when a teacher is teaching they have a certain script they follow, such as the curriculum, they use certain props to assist them teaching. This gives the students an impression that the teacher is well-organised and confident, however outside the classroom the students do not know if the teacher is what students perceive him to be.
The costuming also impacts on the understanding of authority that the ensemble cast has to wear these costumes in this particular film trailer because they are part of a team and need a set of rules to go by. Furthermore the costumes establish the importance of
If the individual feels rushed, they may become agitated or restricted and not therefore understand clearly. They may ‘give up’ if they feel under pressure. • Eye contact and visibility, body language. Much of communication is visible. If a person can have eye contact with you and pick up o body language and other visual cues it will help their understanding and communication.
When constructing costume designs for a performance many factors must be considered. Style of theatre and setting of the play were my main focuses as costume designer for my performance of “The Shifting Heart” by Richard Beynon. As costume designer I took into account the realistic style of the play and the 1950’s era it was set in, when forming ideas. I considered how the costumes would assist in the audience’s realization of the performance. As the style of the play was realistic, the costumes needed to be true to the time period; however I was limited by availability and time.
The client may also come to the sessions having drawn up their own plans for progressing. This shows that the client is ready for change and is being much more assertive with their counsellor. A client counsellor session can also start to become quite stagnant. No further development would show that something is amiss. This is usually as a result of the client needing to gain more from their sessions rather than continually going over the same issues.
From this, individuals may develop a definition of the situation. He states in constructing this definition of the situation, actors engage in performances, whereby each tries to present him or herself in a way that will be beneficial. For example, when a person goes on an interview for a perspective job he or she would want to present themselves in a fashion that would be beneficial in trying to capture the job, such as proper attire, resumes, and any prop that would demonstrate skills of portraying a hard worker. Goffman offers several key concept that discuss the performance of the individual in which he or she gives cues deliberately or inadvertently to convey the desired response of their observers. Among