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Pygmalion Project Options 1. Act out a scene from the play. Choose the best places to start and end the scene according to dramatic emphasis. Practice acting or dramatic reading, work on stage direction and props. 2. Do character sketches for the five main characters. Draw a representation of their character traits through how they would be dressed and their expressions. Do a write up on each character, including their role, relationship to other characters, conflict struggle, and significance to the play. During the presentation, focus more on your interpretation of the character and what you try to emphasize in the drawings than a briefing of your characters. 3. Do a diorama of one of the scenes in the play. Be sure to pick a scene that is either pivotal in the story development or that shows the characteristics of the main characters. During the presentation you will focus on the reasoning for the scene and how you tried to emphasize the details included.
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