Creativity - Greta Streed Theater 311-01 Mazur Creativity...

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Greta Streed Theater 311-01 Mazur Creativity The worst teacher scene teaches creativity in the way that we chose to present our story. Not only did we have to think of a story to present but we then created a dialogue and setting to make the audience believe that we were really in a classroom and they were watching the worst teacher ever in action. Although we had limited costumes and props everyone could still grasp what was going on and it was believable that you were watching a class in action. The bench project was especially focused on creativity. We were totally on our own to look at an object and interpret it in any way we wanted and create a story about what we saw. Because we had such free reign to interpret our bench however we wanted it really gave us the freedom to be creative and express ourselves however we wanted. The bench project teaches creativity because it forces students to use their imagination to create a script and storyline without anything but a mosaic bench to go on. For my group, the dragon bench, all we had
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course THEA 311 taught by Professor Mazur during the Fall '10 term at CSU Chico.

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