Hi Asian thank you for the reply. In “Conversations on the Set”( which is found in Death of a Salesman DVD,Dustin Hoffman, which can be seen here http://www.hulu.com/watch/355302 Conversations on set the title of the EXTRAS portion on the DVD which can be seen in this link http://on.aol.com/video/private-conversations-517354620) Miller, Hoffmann, Malkovitch, and director Schloendorff
discuss how scenes should go, what the intent and feelings are. I'm trying to Observe the significant
interchanges listed below and describe how the collaborative process works.
, in pages 88 to 84, which is scene three of act two, which is after Willy and Howard have that little argument http://www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/d/death-of-a-salesman/summary-and-analysis/act-ii-scene-3. and in the movie, it starts at the 1:01:40 mark right after Willy gets fired. And in the other vid, it seems that they are talking about that particular scene around the 30min:30sec mark/ 13min:51sec although I think the latter is more so where they talk about it. How does the artistic interaction in this particular scene produce a final result? and what is the strength of the scene in its performance? How do the elements of
performance—actors, design, and director—bring out the essence of the printed scene?
I don't know if you also help with questions regarding video adaptations of plays, I am about to take an American Drama, Script Analysis class soon and trying to find popular questions that come up on study guides on big plays to get ready and I want to see how other people who are way more experiences than I analyze plays.