Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to incorporate acting techniques we have covered by performing a scene built from their ambiguous scene scripts.
Characters are driven by objectives which motivate action.
Actors must be willing to follow their impulses and instincts to create compelling theatre work.
When do we use tactics to achieve objectives in real life?
How do our desires and goals influence others?
Props, costumes, etc. they need for their scenes.
Warm-up: Shakes to 10. Columbian Hypnosis with partner.
Have students sign up on the board for order of performances.
Have students perform.
Briefly discuss their performances with the class.
Repeat until all have gone. They should all be using the same ambiguous scene script.
At the end discuss how the students took the same dialogue and made it their own.
Final Performances. See rubric: Acting Workshop Final Performance Assessment Rubric
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