3 Comments

  1. Downey takes a stab at a Public Art Project
    July 12, 2011 @ 6:54 am

    […] […]

    Reply

  2. Finding Downey’s Theatre Voice
    December 11, 2012 @ 11:05 pm

    […] […]

    Reply

  3. New Space Final Draft | Snowcoka
    November 7, 2016 @ 11:02 am

    […] “As a community we should work toward professional theatre productions that are innovative, cultu…A line given to emphasize the importance of creating and performing more theatrical pieces of art in smaller theaters. When in this setting, the audience is expected to see the subject at hand in a different light. Rather than strictly entertainment, the audience in forced to experience with the actor certain events while on stage. From this, the audience can truly earn different perspectives of those characters being portrayed. In this case, during Good Kids, the intimacy forced me to see from multiple perspectives, how sexual assault affects the victim, the perpetrators, the friends and family members. Along with this, the director doesn’t have to focus entirely on filling a larger theater for all audiences, forcing them to cut hard-hitting material that can often be controversial and audience in different ways depending on past experience. Now a set audience can be categorized and chosen to create an attraction to this play, whether it be relatable or just a lesson at hand. Everything is seen and felt with the actor, every tweak in voice is heard as those on stage are showing every form of emotion, hidden or not. All is seen, to the twitch on the face of the worried perpetrator, to the single tear of joy for those experiencing true human relief with one last sigh. […]

    Reply

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: