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    RE: Four plays to explore with intermediate level...

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    My scene study classes are doing something similar. Each year I'm choosing 2-3 genres and doing a modern show as well. We just finished Clybourne Park. Next semester we're doing Shakspeare comedies (we're doing book groups; if I were going to teach...

  • Phillip Goodchild

    RE: Four plays to explore with intermediate level...

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    Wow! What an excellent and horrendously difficult question! I guess it depends on the range of history you're aiming for: are you talking about going as far back as the classical Greek period? Just back to Shakespeare? Restoration? Melodrama? 20th...

  • Billy Dragoo

    RE: African-American all-female script

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    There is a terrific script called ECLIPSED, by Danai Gurira, but it is only 5 women. It's about a group of women -- all wives of a Liberian rebel -- being held captive. Outstanding piece of work!

  • James Palmarini

    RE: National Board Certification for Theatre Teachers?

    See the original Discussion Po

  • Alyssa Jewell

    Colorado ThesCon

    Upon arrival in the “mile high city”, Denver, Colorado, the first thing I noticed was the captivating beauty of the...

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  • Phillip Goodchild

    Confessions: Beware of Literalism...

    Just a short blog today, especially in the mad dash toward the Christmas holidays and the wrapping up of our fall/winter...

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Matthew Smith

Hobbit - Forrest scene

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Dropped Cyc with Black fabric creating impression of trees.

Michael Scroggins

The Great Gatsby 2014

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Rolls Royce, Sign, set

Jo Lane

Body Character Analysis

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BODY CHARACTER ANALYSIS Directions: Read the play. Write a character analysis based on the content...

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