The soul of the Play Denotes the flow of the conversation between the characters Helps in comprehension of the audience about the characters. The literary part of the playIt serves as a blue print of the play.
• The first thing to think about whenpreparing a script is to put yourself in the audience’s shoes.–Theme–Make an outline–Make the story • Characters • Plot • Dialogue
PLOT• Classifications of the plot – Episodic: Episodic plots involve episodes: several events are linked together with each event or “episode” containing a possible climax. – Rising Action: This plot contains a conflict, tension, and climax to resolve the conflict. – Quest: This type involves an adventurer who sets off on a journey and reaches a goal. – Transformation: In this variety of plot, a person changes character because of an experience. – Revenge or Justice: In a revenge story, a bad thing happens, but eventually everything works out evenly.
PLOT• Exposition • It is an introduction to the setting and characters.• Conflict • This struggle or conflict can be anything from a concept in one person’s head to a battle between characters – Complications » make the conflict even more interesting.• Climax • The climax happens when the conflict is resolved in some way.