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Theatre 1

01/16/2024 01/19/2024


Tuesday- Traditional meeting

Wednesday- Traditional

Thursday- ODD

Friday- EVEN

Tony Tuesday


Analysis 2 due: May 29 by 11:59 PM

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I just HAD to write the summary. This show is bananas.

Xanadu follows the journey of Greek goddess, Kira, as she descends from Mount Olympus to Venice Beach, California, in 1980. She’s on a quest to help the struggling artist, Sonny, succeed in the creation of the “greatest piece of artistry of all time”- the first ROLLER DISCO!

Theatre 1

1- Monologue

Students will apply the Stanislavsky Method to their monologue. Rehearsal and character work continues. Check in. We will add objectives, obstacles and tactics.

2- Stanislavsky Method Applied

Students will apply the Stanislavsky Method to a script. Students will choose the character they want to play and design for the first act of You Can’t Take It With You. Students will work on physicals, facials, verbal choices. Students will learn how to design a character using author requirements and actor’s research.

3- Blocking

Students will learn how to write blocking in their scripts as they get blocked by Hibler for the play.

You Can’t Take it With You cast list

Salem DiPinna

Sam Ed Carmichael

Noah Essie Carmichael

Vivian Boris and Tony

Nathan Grandpa US Donald

Bennett Paul

Toa Henderson

Brenda Alice US Rheba

Kira Penny

Lizzy Rheba

Jade Donald

FUSD Theatre Festival

RTC is hosting the FUSD Theatre Festival again this year on February 15. We are scheduled for a full day: 9 AM- 4 PM. All students enrolled in a Theatre class is expected to attend. You will be missing classes all day, ensure you keep up with the work for the day.

According to the syllabus your attendance was agreed upon at the beginning of the year:

FUSD Theatre Festival Requirement

All RSA Theatre students are expected to participate in the FUSD Theatre Festival. This is the only required in class event.

Date: February 15

Time: 9-4:15

All actors must have a scene or monologue prepared for competition.

Students have 2 options for the day: work crew with me or attend the festival and compete their monologue

Please complete the google form to sign up for the festival