Creating a play in class can be great fun! With just a bit of understanding about basic components, students can get those creative juices flowing! This workshop includes building stage directions and setting as you write a play.
This 11-page workshop includes:
How to Build Setting
Incorporating Stage Directions
A sample play is included to spark the imagination and will get student's contemplating a dialogue between three characters in the play "Fat Foam". Step by step instruction is offered and literally walks the playwright through the initial phases thereby making the final product a breeze!
This is part two of the Write A Play series.
Final product is performed in front of the class!
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