At this point in the course, you have covered the work of the actor, the director, and the playwright. Since all three have an artistic interest in presenting good work to an audience, I have question for you….
“Whose point of view is most important in presenting that performance to an audience?” You must select one (and only one) of the following options:
There is no one correct answer for this question–what I am looking for is who’s p.o.v. you select and how you justify your answer based on what has been discussed in the course.
A Non-Stop Comedy by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore .
A cast of has-been actors plan to revive their careers in Drop Dead!, a potboiler murder mystery directed by Wonder Child of the Broadway Stage Victor Le Pewe (a psychotic eye twitching megalomaniac). But when the murders and mysteries exceed those in the script – these thespians must save the show and their careers as well as their lives!
This play is directed by Michele Richey & Darius Hollis and features Michael Maccato, Chip Davison, Tony D’Armata, Francisco Guzman, Kayleigh Latimer, Alex Vaughn, Jen Rathbun, Polona Pearson, Kris Guzman & Wendy Moses.