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RYOTEDORI

Ryotedori – two hands vs two hands.*  There are any number of basic body-building reasons to train ryotedori – tanren development, resistance training – but for the advanced practitioner it is an indexing exercise. 1,149 more words

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Rehearsal Log Week 2 Term 2 - Surabhi, Noel and Nisha

TERM 2: VIEWPOINTS AND COMPOSITION

WEEK 2

DAY 1 and 2

We had to take an off as the actors were not keeping well. And one of our actors had backed out due to dengue. 956 more words

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Group Viewpoints Assignment: The Hare and the Tortoise (Version 1)

Six of us directors-in-training (one was indisposed) were given an ensemble improvisation assignment by Abhishek – we had to create a 30 minute non-verbal piece based on the story of the Hare and the Tortoise using the viewpoints of space i.e.

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Lesson # 15 (9th August, 2017) 

Review of Assignment

The assignment given to us was to work on creating three versions of the first two scenes of ‘You For Me For You,’ by Mia Chung. 387 more words

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Lesson # 14 (25th July, 2017) 

Review of Hare and the Tortoise Version 2
Lecturer: Abhishek Majumdar
This session was a presentation of our redone assignment of Hare and the Tortoise, and a short class. 198 more words

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Lesson # 13 (22nd July, 2017)

Review of Assignment of Hare and the Tortoise

Lecturer: Abhishek Majumdar

The class began with the presentation of the assignment that the trainees were given, that was to create a half an hour long, non- verbal version of Hare and the Tortoise, using viewpoints. 653 more words

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Lesson #17, Composition (Aug 17th, 2017)

Lecturer: Abhishek Majumdar

“Composition refers to the layering of specific stage ideas that elaborate the scene both in terms of its meaning and theatricality. It’s a way of thinking, a technique for creating good staging methods.” 719 more words

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