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Drama - Stage Door - Readers Theater
Stage Door follows the story of Terry Randall, a struggling young actress living in New York City and the two dozen girls who occupy the boarding house she is staying in. Wonderful exercise for a drama class, with more than enough parts so everyone in the class can get valuable experience. C! CAST:
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Scenes from a Hat
This is a list of 35 two-action pantomimes that can be used in a variety of settings. They can be used for beginning theater students, to introduce non-verbal communication, as an ice-breaker, etc. I've used these with students as young as 4th grade all the way through high school. Print a copy,
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The Big Lebowski Film Lesson Plans For Students:
As a high school Film Teacher I am always looking for films to critique and review with my students. The Big Lebowski is a great film to show students because of the uniqueness of the script and how the actors interact with each other throughout the film. I like to show it when I am discussing wit
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Dramatic Script for Speech and Drama
This is a FREE script for competition use only. If you are using this script for paid performances you MUST contact me.
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Writer's Workshop | Run A Feedback Circle for Learning, Feedback and Assessment
Writer's Workshop | Run A Feedback Circle for Learning, Feedback and Assessment Structure your next feedback activity for creative writing like a professional script reading workshop. What's In the Document: - Suggestions for setting up a workshop environment for readings and feedback - Organize
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Want to Write a Play And Don't Know Where To Start?  Start with Aristotle....
Want to facilitate a creative writing lesson but don't know where to start? Use Aristotle's Three Unities and a little imagination to develop original work in one lesson. What's In the Document: - Full 75 minute lesson - Suggestions for adapting/revising concepts to fit your individual learners
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Duologue:  Time to Leave (Dramatic Duologue for Teens)
Time to Leave is a duologue written for ages 13 + to understand how to perform with context. It's written in a way that a different setting and context can change how the script is performed, which gives young actors and understanding that they can bring anything to a role and make it theirs - how
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