Signs of character: the various cues that convey a character's personality, emotion or motivation. We are so honored to have you be a part of Strike's creation. We know some theaters are opening up at limited capacity right now. to make a bargain; to reach an agreement. This is achieved through performing improvisational and sketch comedy that is both entertaining and socially engaging. If you an afford more than that, we won't turn that down either. dejar a uno sin habla, quedarse boquiabierto/pasmado, lähedalt puudutama, kõige nõrgemasse kohta tabama, a atinge (la) punctul sensibil, a lovi unde doare mai tare. To return like for like, especially to return an unfriendly or hostile action with a similar one: To cause to fall, as from a shot or blow: to attempt to strike, or aim a blow at (a person. We're a mix of excitement and nerves. Note: an message from the director or other staff to an actor or crew member to change a specific element of their performance or job. Intention: a single, temporary desire or goal that arises in a character within a scene. Equipment that is used to hold or move stage equipment in a theater space. May be used as a noun to refer to the event at which the show is struck. He struck up a friendship with a small boy who owned a pony on the island. Leading Man: The actor playing the largest role in the cast performed by a male. Becoming "centered" for actors means they achieve a balance, a freedom, a flexibilty otherwise unattainable. At its worst it is often associated with acting of the past in which realism was not ubiquitously prized and stereotyped gestures were used to "indicate" emotions rather than actually showing them. Protagonist: the main character; the hero or heroine. An attack which is intended to inflict damage on, seize, or destroy an objective. It supports the rope or cable and prevents kinking and wear. Also the person whose job it is to do this (also called the prompter). Dedicated to building a community for sketch comedy, storytelling and spoken word. Stage left: the side of the stage on the left when facing the audience. We miss seeing students on stages for the first time. He was struck down by a car / a terrible disease. Monologue: an extended set of lines spoken by one person either directly addressing the audience (as in a soliloquy) or another character (a speech). ), but we have to wait until some paperwork gets... worked, I guess. We will continue to have virtual offerings to entertain you as the world continues to evolve. Stage worthy: making conscious changes to movements or gestures, usually by slight or extreme exaggeration to insure that the movement is visible to all members of the audience with the intended effect. The stone struck me a blow on the side of the head; The tower of the church was struck by lightning. "Run" can also mean the length of calendar time that a play is being performed in days, months or years.