'rehearse-record' method - Production in the Studio method

 Divide the script into SEQUENCES
 Rehearse a sequence
Record the sequence
 Continue till the director is satisfied with the takes
 Now proceed to the next SEQUENCE
 See radio drama - various techniques - beginning production

Two methods of production (see 'Radio Acting' book)

Beck, Alan, Radio Acting, London: A & C Black (1997) ISBN 0-7136-4631-4

 

 

 

 

 

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