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THE
PRODUCTION
TEAM
APPLIES ARTISTIC SKILLS AND
TECHNIQUES IN THE PROCESS OF
CREATION.
In a separate sheet of paper, write the
corresponding answer in each of the items below.
1. These are the duties and responsibilities of the production staff—
which is your case, is the entire class.
A. ACTOR C. CHOREOGRAPHER
B. BACKSTAGE CREW D. WRITERS
2. Select members for specific tasks and be sure that the tasks
match the skills and abilities of the members.
A. THE CONCEPT C. THE PLAN
B. THE FEEDBACK D. THE PRESENTATION
3. This idea is developed and becomes the theme
and then turned into a narrative for the production.
A. THE CONCEPT C. THE PLAN
B. THE FEEDBACK D. THE
PRESENTATION
4. The director thanks the audience and everyone in
the school, especially their teacher and everyone else
who has assisted and supported then in the
production.
Activity 2.1
“Mini Theatre”
A. You are going to create a mini stage theatre using a
shoebox that is available at
your home.
B. Materials: Empty Shoebox, Art/Construction paper, Staple,
Tape, Any fabric.
C. Procedure:
1. Get your shoebox and cut the whole bottom inner part of the
box. 2. Paste the box to the lid. Make sure to paste it
properly.
3. Put the construction paper on the inside of the box
coming forward to cover
4. Fold the paper under the box and secure it with
a tape underneath.
5. Put a tape on the back.
6. Take the fabric and fold it like a curtain and
staple it on the upper part of the corner of the
stage. Reinforce it with a tape.
7. Do the same thing on the other side.
8. Place some fabric on the top of it to cover the
whole mini theatre stage.
9. You can add more decorations. Be creative.
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ConArts Q2 W3-4 The Production Team-1.pptx

  • 1. THE PRODUCTION TEAM APPLIES ARTISTIC SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE PROCESS OF CREATION.
  • 2. In a separate sheet of paper, write the corresponding answer in each of the items below. 1. These are the duties and responsibilities of the production staff— which is your case, is the entire class. A. ACTOR C. CHOREOGRAPHER B. BACKSTAGE CREW D. WRITERS 2. Select members for specific tasks and be sure that the tasks match the skills and abilities of the members. A. THE CONCEPT C. THE PLAN B. THE FEEDBACK D. THE PRESENTATION
  • 3. 3. This idea is developed and becomes the theme and then turned into a narrative for the production. A. THE CONCEPT C. THE PLAN B. THE FEEDBACK D. THE PRESENTATION 4. The director thanks the audience and everyone in the school, especially their teacher and everyone else who has assisted and supported then in the production.
  • 4. Activity 2.1 “Mini Theatre” A. You are going to create a mini stage theatre using a shoebox that is available at your home. B. Materials: Empty Shoebox, Art/Construction paper, Staple, Tape, Any fabric. C. Procedure: 1. Get your shoebox and cut the whole bottom inner part of the box. 2. Paste the box to the lid. Make sure to paste it properly. 3. Put the construction paper on the inside of the box coming forward to cover
  • 5. 4. Fold the paper under the box and secure it with a tape underneath. 5. Put a tape on the back. 6. Take the fabric and fold it like a curtain and staple it on the upper part of the corner of the stage. Reinforce it with a tape. 7. Do the same thing on the other side. 8. Place some fabric on the top of it to cover the whole mini theatre stage. 9. You can add more decorations. Be creative.
  • 7. Contemporary Art Production A.The Production Team A masterpiece without a master is not an art. Every work of art has a brain and a heart that have fueled it to life. That is why to be able to create to create your own production masterpiece, you must explore the roles and responsibilities of the people behind the masterpieces—the production team. Each art from has a production team. A production team maybe composed of painters, drafters, muralists and the like for a visual design; engineers and architects for an architecture; directors, screenplay writers,
  • 8. actors and directors for theatre; and many others. Artist’s expertise varies from one art form to another. If a production is planned by a sole artist, then there will be no hitch with coordination. He or she is the only master in the artwork. However, if a production consists of several artists in collaboration, then proper communication and organization of the artists shall be a core part of the plan.
  • 9. In a collaborative work artwork, such as theatre, film and other art exhibition, the clear division of labor is something that a producer or production head must take note of. As much as possible, multitasking should be avoided to prevent confusion in the part of the members. This step is also a sign of trust and respect for the other member’s job. For example, a writer’s sole responsibility should be the script and nothing else. This will help the writer focus on his or her work, harnessing the skills for which he or she has been blessed
  • 10. B. The Writers In a class production, a collaboration of writers is involved in the creation and development of the concept and the script that will be used in the performance. This team is responsible for putting into writing the entire plan, including the ideas of the director and choreographer, turn the theme into a narrative, make the speaking lines of the actors clear, simple, easy to understand and aligned with the concept. Furthermore, this group of writers sees to it that the lines are not too long but instead are straight to the point and will not waste the time of the presentation. They also help the director in composing a short introduction and a final speech to address the audience and
  • 11. The Director The director is the overall supervisor of the team. He/she is responsible for turning the concept (and script) into reality. He/she forms the cast and assigns roles to the actors and chooses the venue, set design, color scheme, costumes, props, lighting and sound effects, etc. the director works with the actors and the entire crew to carry out their vision and works with everyone involved from start to finish. To maintain a smooth relationship with everyone in the production, the director moves everyone to
  • 12. D. The Choreographer The choreographer designs and arranges the dance steps and movement of the individual performers and envisions the entire ensemble as a whole piece. He or she see to it the choreography matches or in line with the theme. The choreographer provides the framework for the dance but allows the dancers the freedom to suggest and demonstrate a step or a movement that can be incorporated into the choreography. Like the director, the choreographer must also show a pleasant,
  • 13. E. The Actors/The Performers The actors or performers have more defined roles. They must do what the directors or choreographer asks them to do. The lead actors/performers may improvise andmake their own interpretation of the role. However, the supporting cast has to follow strictly the instructions of the director/choreographer, or else it might upstage thelead roles.
  • 14. F. The Backstage Crew The backstage crew oversees the practical matters involving the show. The stage manager acts as a prompter, making sure the actors are on cue, the props people are ready to hand the props or place them in the proper places, the technicians test the lights and sounds beforehand, ensuring that the lights and sounds are on time and of the right intensity; the designers and make-up artist check the stage sets, costumes and make up are in the proper form and many others.
  • 15. G. The Concept When you are given a problem to solve, you start first with several ideas of how to solve it. How do you generate ideas in a group? There are several ways, but the common way is to do some brainstorming, getting as many ideas as possible—from the usual ones to the wild crazy, weird, even nonsensical ones. All suggestions are respected and accepted in a nonjudgmentally manner. After the ideas are exhausted, the class selects the best one: the most realistic, practical, and suitable for the production. This idea or concept is developed and becomes the theme. The theme is then turned into a
  • 16. H. The Plan As everyone knows, planning is necessary in any venture. A housewife or husband plans the meals for the day, or else the family will not have anything to eat. In school, a teacher prepares a lesson plan before the start of every class, or else the session will just be an activity without direction. So, the first step in planning is
  • 17. What do you want to achieve at the end of your activity? After setting your objectives, then you start planning. This is the time to organize your human and material resources. List down the needs to make things happen. Assign persons to do specific tasks. Create a timetable for the tasks and for rehearsals, how many times and how long they will be. Rehearsals are important because a poorly- rehearsed program will be evident. It is imperative that everyone is present during the rehearsals.
  • 18. I. The Presentation The day of the performance arrives, and everyone is tense. One of the jobs of the director is to keep everyone calm. The audience trickles in. all of the members are backstage and are not allowed to mingle with the audience. The production starts at the designed time. Everyone is quiet. The director appears and gives a short introduction, welcoming the guests and giving some remarks relevant to the production.
  • 19. He or she also introduces the choreographer. The show begins. At the end of the show, the entire class appears onstage and takes a bow. The director thanks the audience and everyone in the school, especially their teacher and everyone else who has assisted and
  • 20. J. The Feedback At the end of the presentation, it is possible for the teacher to ask feedback from the audience. After that, all the members meet to give and get feedback. Feedback is needed to get information on the result of the presentation. Participants give their comments on what have gone well and what have needed some adjustments. The teacher facilities the feedback. He or she gives the ground rules. Feedback is all about constructive criticism. It should be given in an objective manner and must not be taken personally.
  • 21. Activity 2.2 “Planning” In a separate sheet of paper. You are going to write your plan as a director. Plan your own production set. 1. What is the story or genre of the movie or play? Why? 2. How many actors and actresses you need? Why? 3. Who are the actors and actresses? Why? 4. Make a schedule of the taping or rehearsals? (ex. Month, hours, and day) 5. How are you going to make this movie or play
  • 22. Activity 2.3 In a separate sheet of paper, answer the following questions in the best way possible. Your answer would have a corresponding point. (10=substantial, 5=somewhat substantial, 3=unsubstantial). 1. From among the elements of a production team, what do you think is/are the most important? Why or Why not? 2. Why is feedbacking very important in a production team?