So I feel like we're so focused on encompassing the ENTIRE plot of the game that we're losing actual quality and throwing out fun ideas. We really need to either cut down on our plot or do something crazy like restrict the musical to only the in-court bits (in court includes the defendant's lobby).
Okay. We should brainstorm a list of the most important plot points to cover, as well as important themes. And then maybe funny running gags we have to mention?
Uh...Gosh...I can play relatively advanced piano given time, I can sing and maybe voice act, and I can write songs and probably scripts. Also I can make puns. And I could try to write music? I’ll be taking more advanced music theory in the fall. Oh, duh, and trumpet. And some percussion. Basically I dabble in everything and I guess it comes out pretty good?
Post by gyakutentrial on Jun 12, 2016 22:22:06 GMT
How could the whole game be condensed into one show? Considering the movie is mostly Turnabout Goodbyes, and the plays are just one case (i think.) Maybe it would be easier to focus on character arcs by only including cases 1 and 4?