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Ch. 9 Analysis

Character analysis

motivation the reason a character says or does something
conflict/s obstacles cause these and these get in the way of the protagonist
stakes what a character may gain or lose
internal traits characteristics that make up personality
external traits characteristics that make up physical appearance
Artistic selectivity selecting just the right amount of information necessary to portray a character.
dual role actor-as-character and actor-as-actor
obstacles create conflict/s
the higher the stakes in your play the greater a character's motivation
overacting letting your emotions get out of control - also a sign of poor preparation
Created by: ShereeC64