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Understanding Scene Study by Eric Stone

First approach…ground zero…read, study, relax, let the play speak to you. Do not impose your point of view or judge too soon what it is all about. Let it work on you. Try not to read as your character but instead without coloring or emotional input. Read it out loud and with your partner as m Continue reading

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Scene Study Questions & Tools by Eric Stone

Scene study is a different process than cold reading. Cold reading is immediate, heightened, choices are made to give a “performance”. Scene study is a “process”, a day-to-day discovery of the play structure, its spine and theme as well as a discovery and exploration of who the characters are. The play reveals itself slowly from “ground zero”. Continue reading

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