Explain the purpose and use of structural elements particular to dramatic literature (e.g., scenes, acts, cast of characters, stage directions) in plays that are read or viewed. 0801.8.15
Links verified on 9/17/2014
- An exploration of Physical Theatre - lessons and activity [This expired page is from the Internet Archive known as the Wayback Machine.]
- Creating Stage Directions: "Blocking a Play" - Blocking is when a director determines an actors movements and positions on stage.
- Free Scenes & Monologues! - Here you'll find quite a few short scenes that Kevin has developed for his Acting classes over the years. They're short, have easy tech requirements, and vary from two-person scenes to a whole classroom. These scenes and monologues are FREE as long as you follow the instructions below.
- Stage directions poem - helps students remember terminology
- Stage Directions - The stage can be divided up into fifteen playing areas
- Teen / Young Adult Plays - Plays with acts; cast of characters and stage direction.
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