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Can we use photographs?

I'm in HL, and I want to know if I can take photos of my stimulus/actors/scene etc and use that in my portfolio?

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yepp! of course you can! they like you to use visuals to make your ideas and your progress a lot more clear! let me know if you need any more help :P

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yes, for sure. It is actually suggested that you do so, in order to buy some words (word count is always an issue in IB Theatre); a picture is worth a thousand words, they say. :D Also keep in mind that it's a portfolio and not an essay (like the RI, for instance) so include as many pictures as possible!

Just out of curiosity, what was your IP? I just started mine, and I'm directing my version of "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde...very time-consuming to say the least!

Hope this helped.

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mm thank you :D

and i'm directing a compilation of monologues in theatre in the round

but it's fun and it's only about 20 minutes long

thank you so much XD

(and yes, the arts would probably have been more appropriate - lol my bad) :P next time

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Our Theatre teacher is saying that we can work as a group on a project for the IPP but we must choose an individual topic to write our paper on. This topic may be on areas such as: acting, stage design, costume design, and directing.

My question is if my teacher is correct, or is this completely off?

HL: Theatre Arts, English, History

SL: Math Studies, Biology, French Ab

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Yep, that's correct. It's designed so that not everyone has to make their own production (because that would be an unnecessary waste of resources, if EVERYONE had to do their own play).

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