Chapter One-The First Test
1. Describe what occurs when Kostya is late to his first rehearsal. What do you think of it?
what happens is that the assistant director says something similar to, "well we won't even
have rehearsal today because costia is
Acting is for everyone
December 3, 2013
Our Countrys Good Review
The Grand View Theatre department put on a gripping portrayal of Timberlake
Wertenbakers classic play Our Countrys Good this Friday evening that could soften the
hardest of crit
GROWTH AND METHODOLOGY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Stanislavski- The Early Years: A Brief Chronology
Stanislavskis Need for Change
THE METHOD OF PHYSICAL ACTIONS (1934-1938)
1. Units and O
1. Kostyas first attempt at stimulating his imagination puts him to sleep. According to Tortsov, why
did this occur? What does he say Kostyas exercise lacked?
He said it was he forced his imagination instead of coaxing it. He also
Chapters 13 &14
Stage Charm and Toward an Ethics for the Theatre
1. How does Tortsov describe Stage Charm?
Stage charm is when an actor naturally has a magnetism that attracts an audience.
It is not because they are necessarily attractive people or that t
Please write three paragraphs of personal reflection over the experience of
watching THE LITTLE RED TRUCK documentary about The Missoula Children's
Try to draw out specific elements of the documentary that particularly interested
you and reflect
Once upon a time, here in this elementary school, taught a teacher that
loved teaching the alphabet, learning new sight words, and loved drawing smiley
faces on her students papers. There was something though that she loved even
more than that; apple pie!
1. How children differ, what they respond to, what makes them turn off and how
they react when confronted (Page 16).
a. As a teacher you have to know that no two students are alike. Everyone
learns differently as well as different things affect them. Chil
Ourmission:The Rose Theater is committed to
enriching the lives of children and families through
live theater and arts education.
Varietyofprograms to engage children of all
1. THEME/World/Microcosm: What is this world? How does it work? What is its
unique reality? Describe in detail. This may include your inklings of how this
world will work on stage in a design capacity, but dont feel hampered by
details of how the stage wo
Childrens Theatre Research Project
1. Oral Presentation:
i. Omaha, Nebraska.
b. Brief History:
i. 1948: Emmy Gifford (Junior League of Omaha) were inspired to
start a theater for young people in Omaha.
ii. 1949: Started the Omaha Junior Theat
Reading about the arts turnaround program excites me as a teacher. After looking
at the data and the changes in the school district, I am a strong advocate for arts
integration. Education is such a sensitive and important topic in every human beings life.
After you have read this section (underlining, highlighting and perhaps taking
some notes in the book or on paper as you go), Compose three paragraphs of
substantive reflection over the areas that most interested or intrigued you.
2 paragraphs of reflection:
In your first paragraph summarize, after reading the two articles and poking
around on the MoE website, what you understand thus far about the approach to
drama in education that Dorothy Heathcote called The Mantle of the Exper