Monthly Archives: March 2015

FINDING THE EVENTS/ORCHESTRATING THE SCENE

I’ve had a lot of inquires regarding my last post—actors wanting to know more about orchestrating a scene. In order to orchestrate a scene you first have to know what the sequences of events are. Every scene is constructed around … Continue reading

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Avoid Jumping to the Conclusion

Not sure how many of you were cursed with the flu that is going around but it laid me low for almost a month. Hence the lag time between posts. I was down in the bed for two weeks and … Continue reading

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