THE GAMEPLAN

Unit 5 — Nail­ing Your Objectives

Outcome:

After this unit, you will walk away know­ing how to play and hold onto a solid object­ive which removes SO much neg­at­ive effort on the part of the actor and gen­er­ates ‘real’ relationship.

You will also learn:
  • About cre­at­ing inner depth in the life of a character
  • When and why Shakespeare util­ises rhyme
  • What holds Shakespeare’s lan­guage togeth­er and how you can spot and use it quickly
You will find the following video links and resources for this month by scrolling down this page to the bottom, please watch and practice at your convenience:

Watch all videos — Gameplan Unit 5

4 Required Steps

  • Watch the ‘Com­plete Actor’s Toolkit’ – Module 3 – video 3 – Play­ing an objective
  • Watch the ‘Com­plete Actor’s Toolkit’ – Module 4 – video 1 – The ver­tic­al journey
  • Watch the ‘Owning Shakespeare’ – Module 3 – video 3 – Rhyme and Reason
  • Watch the ‘Owning Shakespeare’ – Module 4 – video 1 – The Plumbing

Complete Actors Toolkit — Module 3 (continued)

Lesson 3: Play­ing an object­ive (12.26)


Complete Actors Toolkit — Module 4

Lesson 1: The ver­tic­al jour­ney (10.52)


Owning Shakespeare — Module 3 (continued)

Owning Shakespeare — Module 4