Vanities: A Directing Experience
Stousland, Casey Kyle
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I have been interested and involved in theatre for a long time and often I have worked as an assistant director. It was from these experiences as assistant director that I decided that I wanted to direct. Therefore I chose to do my SIP in direction. This opportunity to actually choose and direct my own production gave me the chance to begin to refine my directing skills and to begin to form my own directing style. I also began to discover both my strengths and weaknesses as a director. This paper outlines and describes this process of' discovery. It follows my SIP from choosing the play through auditions and rehearsals to the final production. Looking back on the project I see both the failures and the successes, but mostly I see my own growth as a director. Though I will be the first to admit that I still have a long ways to go before I consider myself' a really good director. I still have a lot to learn about directing and acting, but Vanities was a good place to start this learning process.
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