Episode 33: Directing 101

Hosts Benjamin Rexroad and TJ Josza discuss the University of Akron’s Directing 1 class presentation.

“By teaching people to critique, you are giving them that point of view.”

  • “Is it possible to teach directing?” A question from Anne Bogart on her monthly blog
  • “What do you do in directing class?” A question from TJ during the presentations
  • What to do if you don’t like our critique…
  • A “B” in directing was Benjamin’s worst grade in college (even though he received multiple F’s)
  • The scenes:
    • How I Learned to Drive
      by Paula Vogel
      directed by Nici Romo
    • The Fourposter
      by Jan de Hartog
      directed by Avery McCullough
    • Family Stories
      By Biljana Srbljanovic
      Directed by Jovana Bukvic
    • Bent
      By Martin Sherman
      Directed by Robert Round
    • Beyond Therapy
      By Christopher Durang
      Directed by Rosilyn Jentner
    • Put Them All Together
      By Anne Commire
      Directed by Alex Briski
    • Lend me a Tenor
      By Ken Ludwig
      Directed by Tara Sudon
    • Amadeus
      By Peter Shaffer
      Directed by Allison Good
    • The Lieutenant of Inishmore
      By Martin McDonagh
      Directed by Daniel Ward
    • The Hobbit
      Adapted by Brainerd Duffield
      Directed by Jacob Gatti
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