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The Director's Vision: Play Direction from Analysis to Production by Louis E. Catron; Scott Shattuck
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- PN2053 .C35 2016
Part 1. Introductory concepts. Developing your directorial vision ; The role of the director -- Part 2. Play analysis and its application. Introduction to play analysis ; Plot : how a play is constructed ; Character : the people of the play ; Thought : the idea of the play ; Diction : the language of the play ; Music : the sounds of a play ; Spectacle : the visual aspects of production -- Part 3. Preparing for production. The prompt book ; Auditions ; Casting ; Planning the rehearsal schedule -- Part 4. Rehearsing the production. Working with actors, part one : guidelines for rehearsals ; Working with actors, part two : developing character ; The ground plan ; Blocking the play, part one : principles ; Blocking the play, part two : techniques ; Rhythm, tempo, and pace ; Working with actors, part three : problem solving
The Director's Voice: twenty-one interviews by Arthur Bartow [ebook ordered 8/27/19]
Call Number: UCF MAIN General Collection -- PN2285 .B39 1988
Foremost stage directors describe their working process: JoAnne Akalaitis, Arvin Brown, Ren(r) Buch, Martha Clarke, Gordon Davidson, Robert Falls, Zelda Fichandler, Richard Foreman, Adrian Hall, John Hirsch, Mark Lamos, Marshall W. Mason, Des McAnuff, Gregory Mosher, Harold S. Prince, Lloyd Richards, Peter Sellars, Andrei Serban, Douglas Turner Ward, Robert Woodruff, and Garland Wright."
The Director's Voice, Volume 2: Twenty Interviews by [ebook ordered 8/27/19]
Call Number: UCF MAIN General Collection -- PN2285 .B39 2012
This second volume presents a cross-section of the most diverse and dynamic stage directors defining today's American theater, in conversation with director/producer Jason Loewith. Together, these directors sketch a compelling portrait of the art form in the new century. Interviews include: Anne Bogart, Mark Brokaw, Peter Brosius, Ping Chong, David Esbjornson, Oskar Eustis, Frank Galati, Michael Kahn, Moisés Kaufman, James Lapine, Elizabeth LeCompte, Emily Mann, Michael Mayer, Marion McClinton, Bill Rauch, Bartlett Sher, Julie Taymor, Theatre de la Jeune Lune (Barbra Berlovitz, Steven Epps, Vincent Gracieux, Robert Rosen, and Dominique Serrand), George C. Wolfe, and Mary Zimmerman.
Ibsen by Translated & edited by James Walter McFarlane
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- PT8852.E5M3
check availability [v.5 at Course Reserve, Fall 2019]
v.1. Early plays.-v.2. The Vikings at Helgeland. Love's comedy. The pretenders.-v.3. Brand. Peer Gynt.-v.4. The league of youth. Emperor and Galilean.-v.5. Pillars of society. A doll's house. Ghosts.-v.6. An enemy of the people. The wild duck. Rosmersholm.-v.7. The lady from the sea. Hedda Gabler. The master builder