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Title:BrightSide Theatre Youth Project - Left To Our Own Devices a Virtual Play
Date:2/20/2021 - 3/20/2021
Address:www.brightsidetheatre.com - CLASSES ARE ONLINE
Location:Naperville, IL
Hours:am or pm options for rehearsals
Cost/Cover:$80
Web Page:http://www.brightsidetheatre.com
Contact Info:630-447-8497
Details:For AGES 8-18!

CALL 630-447-8497 TO REGISTER no later than February 15!

• Rehearsals begin online
2/20(Saturdays/Sundays)
• Four 75-min. sessions to
rehearse AND record the
virtual play.
• Performance link available
free of charge
• $80 participation fee


Working with BrightSide Theatre’s Artistic Director Jeffrey Cass and BrightSide Theatre Instructors: Jacob Huddilston and Kitty Karn will guide your child through a creative process that will include building a character, developing a costume, and creating a set. Our production will be presented and made available to view online.

Virtual theatre is a new and exciting art form that is just beginning to evolve and reveal its potential. Just a short time ago, no one would have conceived of trying to perform a scene, let alone an entire play, with every actor isolated in their own home. And yet, it’s happening… with surprisingly positive results.

Left To Our Own Devices is written specifically for the characters to be communicating electronically, without face-to-face dialogue, yet still interacting with each other in real time.

Even though the audience will be watching the performance on a screen, this is still a theatrical play, not a screenplay for a movie. Yet this play is like a movie in that the camera becomes a tool that helps us create our characters. As actors, we need to learn to play to that, even as we sit in front of our laptops.

By necessity, blocking is quite limited in virtual theatre, however we will learn how to elevate our body language—facial expressions, gestures, posture, and body positions—to a heightened level of importance. We will create a more nuanced performance by adopting other positions, such as a one-quarter front position, facing partially left or right. If two actors face one another in full profile on the screen, it will create the sense that they are sharing the scene.

Clearly, virtual theatre is far more than storytelling on camera, and there is a world of acting still to be done to add depth and meaning to the words we will be speaking, even without a traditional stage.


For more information about this educational program and to register for participation, please call 630-447-8497.
www.brightsidetheatre.com info@brightsidetheatre.com
Event is:Every Sat, Sun
Audience:Kids and Up
Category:Arts and Entertainment
Submitted by:Julie Ann Kornak
 
 
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