In this project, students will choose one of three options to demonstrate their

In this project, students will choose one of three options to demonstrate their critical thinking as applied to a creative concept for a hypothetical production of No Exit. They will apply skills as Actors, Designers or Directors to create a Character Analysis, Design Slide presentation or Marketing Poster. TOTAL POINTS: 100. Due May 3.
Options for Creative Project [pick only one]:
Option 1: Character Analysis
Apply the same criteria as the Character Analysis assignment from earlier in the semester. Students will analyze 1 character from No Exit and explain as follows:
Character’s Motivations, Tactics and Relationships
Skills needed to portray the character (how his/her voice would sound or body would be used)
How you as an actor would perform a specific scene in terms of voice, movement, and interaction with other characters. [Include lines of script]
Each student will submit 1 Word Doc or PDF file, featuring textual descriptions of the character chosen to analyze and specific acting choices. These may be accompanied by images or video if desired.
Option 2: Design Slide Presentation
Apply the same criteria as the Design Project earlier in the semester. Students will submit Design slide presentation on Costume, Set or Lighting Design including:
1 slide stating overall concept for this design (themes chosen and how they affect your design choices)
2-3 slides featuring descriptions and illustrations various elements of your Costume, Set or Lighting Design (choose only one form of design)
1 Works cited slide.
Each student will submit 1 Power Point presentation.
Option 3: Marketing Poster
Applying concepts from the Directing unit, Students will create a Marketing poster that will best demonstrate a Core Concept or High Concept for No Exit. The poster should clearly demonstrate your approach to the play in color, mood, font, images, etc.
Students will submit 1 document (Microsoft Publisher, .rtf, .pdf, or Microsoft Word Doc) for the poster accompanied by a brief summary of your concept and overall approach to this production.
Summary should also include other information that went into your decisions such as
location,
audience,
budget, etc.
Format and Technical Guidelines
The submission guidelines are dependent upon option selected, however up to 2 points will be deducted for typos.
Submissions should be in MLA format, including Works Cit

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