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Includes a variety of video material available with curricular relevance: documentaries, interviews, feature films, performances, news programs and newsreels, and demonstrations.
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Students learn the basics of directing a scene from Professor Michael Joyce formerly of Mary Washington College. Emphasizing script analysis, development of a floorplan, and collaboration with actors, Joyce works with students as they begin their very first directing project - a scene from George Brenard Shaw's Candida.
"The island of Jamaica comes alive in this program featuring Jamaican Storyteller/Performer Thomas Osha Pinnock in an excerpt from his solo show, Reggae Boogie Talk Show. In this program the artist illuminates, in a heartfelt and charming manner, folk tales and myths from his homeland."