Theatre Term Performance
The class presented their performances of their given theatre terms. During the perfomance, audience members wrote down the theatre terms they heard and circled terms they did not know. We discussed the circled terms after each performance to grow better understanding and put them into context.
After the last performance, we played "Find your Partner". Students were given index cards with either a word or a definition and they had to seek out their partner(s) that matched their card.
The terms and definitions are attached below.
Bring a notebook with paper and pencil to create a class interactive notebook.
Theatre Term Review Sketch
Bell Ringer: Find 5 "cast mates" and write down their dream role next to their name on your "Crazy Cooperescue's Name Game Sheet" that you have created.
Today in class, we warmed up and finalized our Name Game exercise! We were then split into small groups and given 9-11 theatre terms. The task is to create a 3-5 minutes scene incorporating the given words and definitions that were assigned to you. The groups will have 10 minutes next class to rehearse and polish and will present their scene to their classmates (castmates).
Parts of a Whole
Bell Ringer: Find 5 "cast mates" and write down their favorite musical next to their name on your "Crazy Cooperescue's Name Game Sheet".
In class today, we warmed up with our energy ball, Swoosh GaGong, reviewed our names and stated our actors contract. We then began the exercise "Parts of a Whole" to continue to build our ensemble. We created tableau's and discussed the importance of being a leader and a follower in theatre. "There are no small parts...only small actors".
Creating an Ensemble
Bell Ringer: Find 5 "cast mates" and write down the television show they are currently watching next to their name on your "Crazy Cooperescue's Name Game Sheet" created last class.
Today in class, we warmed up, reviewed our names, and began working as an Ensemble to create our acting space and build trust amoungst ourselves. We played with space and tempo by passing movement and using eye contact.
Crazy Cooperescue's Name Game
Today we learned warmed up with our energy ball, learned our Actor's Contract, played Swoosh GaGong, played Crazy Cooperescue's Name Game.