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10/18/2021 10/22/2021

Schedule for the Week

Monday- EVEN
Tuesday- ODD
Wednesday- EVEN
Thursday- ODD
Friday- ALL CLASSES

Tony Tuesday

Watch Lion King

Read Tony Tuesday assignment, you can choose to complete it on this week’s choice. Or you can wait for another week. You may turn in the assignment any time during Semester 1. Only one response is required even if you are in two Theatre classes. DUE Wed Dec 16. NO EXCEPTIONS

Tony Tuesday response Download

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewOAsUWQJvo

Theatre 1

1- Vocab Week 5

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Vocabulary Download

2- Tableau

Students will rehearse their 3 scenes, each scene must be held without breaking for one minute.

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3- Focus and Breaking

Students will learn focus techniques and be able to hold focus for an entire minute.

4- Pantomime articles homework

Students will read 3 articles and respond to 2 of them. Due Friday, Oct 29 by 11:59 PM

Article 1: “No Place Like Home” by Kathleen Smith Belcher

Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss why theatre is such a welcoming place for everyone.

Article 2: “The Show Must Go On” by Ryan Leeds

Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss one problem that can happen on stage and how to recover from it.

Article 3: “Acting from the Gut” by John Frederickson and Jessica Lissy Trey

Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss what you believe is the best method for giving authentic performances and why it works for you.

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Theatre 2

Pantomime/Tableau Homework DUE Friday, OCT 29 by 11:59 PM

1- Pantomime Article Response Assignment
Directing Students will read 3 articles and write a response to 2 of their choice. Assignment is due at the end of the Pantomime unit. Writing standards required. Check your syllabus packet for writing expectations

Article 1: “Less is More” by Laura Wayth

Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss which part of directing is the most important for a successful show.

Article 2: “Learning the Directing Ropes” by Joe Deer

Response question: The article identifies 5 phases of producing shows, choose which one phase you believe is the most important for a director to be involved.

Article 3: “Directing a Diva” by Kellie Gormly

Response question: Citing the article as evidence, discuss the best way to keep egos in a cast down and encourage a sense of ensemble.

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