|Playwright /Multimedia Producer, Terri New announces the release of ALICE “I Feel So Me Now!” Musical Theater Arts Volume 1. The aim is to inspire you to create a wonderful musical production of ALICE “I Feel So Me Now!” based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and we are providing the tools for your success in this 6 Disk Series. (3 DVDs and 3 Audio CD-ROMs)
On ALICE “I Feel So Me Now!” DVD DISK 1
oUR hoUSe - You will meet the oUR hoUSe neighborhood players in a short movie that ties in with the theme of the featured Musical Play of this volume, a young girl learning the strength of who she is.
Birth of a Play - Shot at the beautiful Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, CA. You will learn how a play comes into being.
Overview Movie - Gives you an overview of all the materials and tools provided in this comprehensive theater production.
Extra Features - A karaoke sing-a-long with a song from the play and the nonsensical and delightful poem from Lewis Carroll, Jabberwocky, with a” jabber wacky” cast of players.
This musical theater arts title ALICE “I Feel So Me Now!” features the script of a 1½ hour musical play as well as a miniature theater version. This musical is based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The musical adaptation is by Terri New & Music Producer/Arranger, Bob Esty. With a fresh “new” look to the story, Terri New uses Carroll’s dazzling array of characters in this lively musical adaptation.
Alice falls upon a topsy-turvy world at the bottom of a rabbit hole where she encounters fascinating characters. The dapper White Rabbit with his desperate concern not to be late (but for what??); the imprudent Mad Hatter, the March Hare and their sleepy tea-time companion, the Dormouse, and the outrageous Queen of Hearts with a retinue of nervous playing cards, an obnoxious Duchess, and a mournful, but musical Gryphon, all create a most entertaining confusion in their wake.
In spite of this rather chaotic world Alice handles herself with aplomb. She learns the challenge and the relevance of “talking to” people instead of “at them”, and learns to be comfortable with herself and confident in the strength of “who” she is. In ALICE I Feel So Me Now the treasure of being “me” is precious, indeed!
On ALICE “I Feel So Me Now!” Musical Theater Arts Volume 1 you will also find a DVD-ROM data folder. This folder contains all the information you need to get your production underway in Adobe Acrobat PDF and Microsoft Word formats. From Audition Instructions to Organizing Your Production, from Directors and Actors Homework to Public Relations Tools, so you can work on getting a full house. This folder also contains the scripts for the theater version and the miniature theater version of Alice, I Feel So Me Now. All of the printable items for your project are in this folder. There are also paper doll characters and the backdrops for the miniature theater production featured on the Miniature Theater DVD.
On the PRODUCTION TOOLS DVD of this series you will find several tools for preparing ALICE, I Feel So Me Now characters. You’ll learn correct vocal positioning in the vocal basics section and how to develop a strong voice. Imaginative ways of getting into character are given and some background examples of dance terminology. When it comes to costuming your production, check out the foam rubber art for a step-by-step lesson in creating beautiful costumes and props. All of this is fun…and it is rewarding.
This theater arts title features three audio CD-ROMs.
· THE SCRIPT of the play. Alice, I Feel So Me Now! with all the characters and music, a great tool for learning characterization and your parts!
· A PERFORMANCE DISK. – 37 tracks of music & sound effects in sequential order of the play from the curtain to your bows.
· A REHEARSAL DISK – An audio CD-ROM featuring vocal scales for soprano and alto, as well as the songs for the play, version 1 with vocals & music. Version 2 has music only. Here you can practice your songs with your voice.
ON THE MINIATURE THEATER DVD of this series you will find a Miniature Theater Festival, giving you ideas on how to orchestrate a miniature theater production. Also, you will get step-by-step instructions on creating a miniature theater out of a cardboard box and a short history of Miniature Theater. You can add your creative flair on the proscenium the front of the theater making embellishments with all sorts of materials.
For more information on this title visit: http://www.inciteproductions.com
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Last edited on Sat Jul 28th, 2007 09:53 pm by Terri New