Delightful recordings of Dramatica Users attempting to better understand what makes great stories so great. Each podcast focuses on a popular or critically-acclaimed film. By breaking down story into fine detail, the group gains a better appreciation of the theory and how better to apply the concepts into their own work.
A collection of various dicussions exploring Dramatica and its use in the creation and analysis of story. In addition to the basics, these recordings dive into the theory's take on character and plot development, as well as a few audio essays covering Dramatica's use in the real world.
Originally recorded and produced in 1994 as a series of cassette tapes, these recordings feature theory co-creators Melanie Anne Phillips and Chris Huntley leading an early Dramatica discussion. Beginning with an exploration of the difference between Objective and Subjective Characters, Chris and Melanie move on to discuss Archetypal Characters and how to break them out into more Complex Characters.
Originally recorded and produced in 1994 as a series of cassette tapes, these recordings feature theory co-creators Melanie Anne Phillips and Chris Huntley leading an early Dramatica discussion. Starting with a brief introduction of the Story Mind concept, Chris and Melanie continue on to cover the 12 essential questions of a complete story.
All 38 chapters of the Dramatica theory book presented in individual podcast form. Read by co-creator Chris Huntley, these recordings supplant the need for all those pesky words. Starting with The Elements of Structure and ending with a Word about Adaptation and Propaganda, this collection works as a wonderful introduction to the theory.