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Beat-sheet

  1. 1. Beat Sheet Story/performance title: Log line/ initial idea in 2 sentences: “Someone (protagonist) wants (desire) something (goal) badly (necessity) and is having difficulties getting it.” OR: “Someone badly wants to get away from something but is having difficulties escaping.” Protagonist: Who is the main character and how does he naturally move? Desire: What is he looking for? Which movement quality is he looking for? Goal: What should be the result of his actions? Which movement quality corresponds with his goal? Necessity: Why is it so important that he achieves his goal? Which movement quality corresponds with the reasons?
  2. 2. Act Sequence Title Sequence synopsis Movement quality Visual ideas 1 E X P O S I T I O N 1 (±1min) Inciting incident 2 (±1min) 2 C O N F R O N T A T I O N 3 (±1min) 4 (±1min)
  3. 3. Genre (underline your chosen genre/s): action, adventure, comed, crime, documentary, drama, family, fantasy, horror, mystery, romance, science fiction, sport, thriller, war, western Key words: Your performance will be composed of 3 acts; each act includes 2 - 4 sequences; sequences can be subdivided into scenes or e.g. movement phrases; and scenes are built out of shots (e.g. dance moves if one is thinking visually) or beats (if one is thinking in narrative or musical terms). 5 (±1min) 6 (±1min) 3 R E S O L U T I O N 7 (±1min) 8 (±1min)

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