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Many mezzotint artists print in color; a separate plate must be produced for each and every color and printed individually on top of the previous print in a separate run through the press for each plate, aligning each one in exact registration with the previous image.
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2. Material. The second major difference between stage and camera acting is the familiarity of the material. Theater is by its very nature repetitive and therefore familiar. When a play takes hold and becomes popular, it is put on by company after company, night after night, all over the world. That repetition creates an iconoclastic image of the story. When people think they know the material, they want to hear it exactly the way it was written and they know when it is changed because it is so familiar to them. The words of the play become iconic and any errors of dialogue will sound like fingernails on a chalkboard. Imagine if Richard III chose instead to say, "A horse, a horse...or maybe a camel?"
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Faith McCombs spends her weekends working for Princess Productions, attending children’s birthday parties all over Southeast Georgia as a character entertainer. When not in costume, she works full-time as a Systems Analyst for a paper mill and she lives outside of Savannah, GA, with her family.
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James Palmer is an award-nominated author of science fiction, space opera, steampunk, and pulp adventure. He is the co-creator, with former comics scribe Jim Beard, of the shared world cold war kaiju anthology Monster Earth and its sequel, Betrayal on Monster Earth. James lives in Northeast Georgia with his family.
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I recently did a career consultation for a classically trained Shakespearean stage actor with 24 years of experience. He could easily act circles around me but although television production was exploding in his area and he desperately wanted to transition into that market, he was having very little success doing so. I helped him realize that there are several key differences between a stage- and camera-oriented career. He was so impressed with what I had to say that he offered to create an event where I could share this information with actors from all over Georgia. I was flattered, but all it took was a simple explanation of how performing and promoting stage and screen acting were different and the changes he needed to make because of these differences. This week we will examine the main differences between in performing on stage and performing on screen