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Actor’s Name:

Character Analysis

To fully develop a character, it is important to think through some details and “background” of the character. Complete the information in this worksheet to help develop your character for the production. If you play more than one role, complete a separate analysis for each role.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Cut out your Character Analysis and paperclip, staple or otherwise affix to the inside cover of your script for quick reference!

to the inside cover of your script for quick reference! WHO AM I? About your character…

WHO AM I? About your character…

Character Name:

Age:

Where do I live? What is my posture like? Describe some of my typical movements and gestures:

What does my voice sound like? How intelligent am I and how much education do I have?

Very Intelligent

Highly Emotionally Intelligent

Highly Educated

What is my social status? Wealthy How would I describe my family?

What do I do for a living?

Average Intelligence Average Emotional Intelligence Somewhat Educated

Middle Class

Not Very Intelligent Not Very Emotionally Intelligent Uneducated

Poor

Character Analysis (created by Know How Theatre)

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Actor’s Name:

Actor’s Name: WHO AM I? About your character (continued)… Am I an emotionally expressive person? Very

WHO AM I? About your character (continued)…

Am I an emotionally expressive person?

Very Expressive

Describe my sense of humor:

Occasionally Expressive

What is my best personality trait?

What is my worst personality trait?

Reserved

What is my relationship to other characters in the play? How do I treat them?

What do I love to do?

Who or what bothers me the most?

What about myself am I most proud of?

How would I like to be remembered?

What frightens me?

What do I believe in?

What do I want more than anything? (This is your SUPEROBJECTIVE)

Once you’ve completed your Character Analysis, complete a Scene Analysis for each scene in which your character appears.

Character Analysis (created by Know How Theatre)

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