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Theatre Art In Action

Author : Robert David Taylor
ISBN : 007880776X
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theatre

Author : Robert David Taylor
ISBN : 0078616263
Genre : Theater
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Glencoe Theatre Art In Action Student Edition

Author : McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN : 0021377774
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theatre: Art in Action provides a variety of opportunities to deepen students’ historical perspective as they explore, prepare for productions, rehearse, and perform. Job Shadow features describe careers for which a theatrical education could provide useful background. Careers & Theatre provides inspirational profiles in which various theatre professionals discuss what their jobs are like and how they got their jobs. Includes: hardbound student edition aligned to the content standards
Category: Performing Arts

Theatre Art In Action Student Edition

Author : McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN : 0078616255
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theatre: Art in Action teaches theater through hands-on performance-based exercises that have students assume the roles of actor, director, designer, technician, producer, stage crew, publicist, etc., to gain an appreciation for and understanding of theater as an art form, today and through history. Written by Dr. Robert Taylor and Dr. Robert Strickland, Theatre: Art in Action is an award-winning theater text that from planning stage to center stage will prove the ideal high school theater resource.
Category: Performing Arts

Theatre As Human Action

Author : Thomas S. Hischak
ISBN : 9780810856868
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Through the use of four model plays—Macbeth, Our Town, A Raisin in the Sun, and Rent—this textbook informs the student about theatre arts, stimulates interest in the art form, leads to critical thinking about theatre, and prepares the student to be a more informed and critical theatregoer. Structured into seven chapters, each looking at a major area or artist—and concluding with the audience and the students themselves—this textbook looks at both the theoretical and practical aspects of theatre arts, from the nature of theatre and drama to how it reflects society to explaining the processes that playwrights, actors, designers, directors, producers, and critics go through.
Category: Literary Criticism

Theatre In The Classroom Grades 6 12

Author : Jim Patterson
ISBN : 9781478634027
Genre : Performing Arts
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This latest edition, Theatre in the Classroom, Grades 6–12, equips prospective theatre teachers with key instructional methods and proven strategies for student learning. Building on the previous edition’s strengths, Patterson extensively modified and updated the entire text, incorporating the most recent theatre standards by the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards. This indispensable guide, whose theoretical and philosophical underpinnings and practical classroom applications endow it with a lifetime of use, includes ideas for resource portfolios, checklists, rubrics, and other assessment tools. Of additional value are discussions concerning managing the classroom, linking school play production with classroom learning, and recognizing and responding to classroom diversity. Patterson details important considerations and resources for planning productions, ranging from those available from professional organizations to those found within the community to those generated by students. He believes theatre learning must go beyond the study and performance of established play scripts and stresses the importance of productions written, directed, designed, and managed by students. End-of-chapter sections include: “Extension Activities”—ways to help prospective teachers further explore the subject in the college-level methods course; “Stay Connected”—websites for additional resource and research materials; and “Professional Development”—suggestions for expanding personal and career development.
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Theatre In The Secondary School Classroom

Author : Jim Patterson
ISBN : 9781478632221
Genre : Performing Arts
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If you’re a preservice teacher planning to teach the theatre arts, an in-service secondary teacher considering a foray into teaching theatre, or a theatre professional considering the classroom, there’s a lot to learn. But you don’t have to know everything to teach well from the start, you just need Theatre in the Secondary School Classroom. Theatre in the Secondary School Classroom is the trusty guide that every new theatre teacher will be grateful to have as a ready reference. It’s not an encyclopedia on secondary theatre, but a collection of musts that every beginning instructor needs to know. Theoretical, practical, and friendly, Theatre in the Secondary School Classroom introduces key instructional methods and successful strategies, and works through the problems of practice that face all instructors, regardless of their experience. With discussions of finding appropriate spaces (both personal and physical), assessing students’ learning, encouraging involvement, and more, you’ll find the crucial information you need to hit the ground running. Patterson, McKenna-Crook, and Ellington provide numerous illustrations, model letters to parents, work samples, rubrics, checklists, and example test questions to show you precisely how the nitty-gritty of theatre education plays out. In addition each chapter contains suggested extension activities for students, Internet links to valuable resources and research materials, and experience-won hints on topics of specific interest to the new theatre teacher.
Category: Performing Arts

Theatre Arts The Dynamics Of Acting Student Edition

Author : Dennis Caltagirone
ISBN : IND:30000063909273
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides an overview of the theatrical production process with a focus on practical acting skills.
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The High School Theatre Teacher S Survival Guide

Author : Raina S. Ames
ISBN : 9781135873530
Genre : Performing Arts
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A reference for high school theatre teachers covering both curricular and extracurricular problems – everything from how to craft a syllabus for a theatre class to what to say to parents about a student's participation in a school play.
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Transformative Language Arts In Action

Author : Ruth Farmer
ISBN : 9781475810615
Genre : Education
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Transformative Language Arts, an emerging field and profession, calls on us to use writing, storytelling, theater, music, expressive and other arts for social change, personal growth, and culture shift. In this landmark anthology, Transformative Language Artists share their stories, scholarship and practices for a more just and peaceful world, from a Hmong storyteller and spoken word artist weaving traditions with contemporary immigrant challenges in Philadelphia, to a playwright raising awareness of AIDS/HIV prevention. Read the stories, consider the questions raised, and find inspiration and tools in using words as a vehicle for transformation through essays on the challenge of dominant stories, public housing women writing for their lives, histories and communities at the margins, singing as political action, the convergence of theology and poetics, women's self-leadership, embodied writing, and healing the self, others, and nature through TLA. The anthology also includes “snapshots,” short features on transformative language artists who make their livings and lives working with people of all ages and backgrounds to speak their truths, and change their communities.
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Theatre

Author : Stephen M. Archer
ISBN : 074253913X
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theatre: Its Art and Craft is an introductory theatre text focusing on theatre practitioners and their processes. Using an accessible tone and a focused exploration of how theatre artists work, the book covers playwrights; directors, actors; designers of sets, costumes, props, lights, sound, and new technology; as well as the varying roles of scholars, critics, and dramaturgs. Appropriate for beginning theatre majors, minors, or nonmajors, Theatre: Its Art and Craft helps students understand how theatre happens, who makes it, and what they do. The sixth edition has been updated with new statistics, references, and photographs. It also features an extensively revised design section, which the authors have divided into two parts: one focused on the tactile elements of design (sets, costumes, props) and the second on the temporal elements (lights, sound, and new technologies).
Category: Performing Arts

Arts In The Key Of Joy 3rd Edition

Author : Allen Schantz
ISBN : 0963527584
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A gorgeous, full-color treatment of the aesthetic aspects of the arts [music, art, dance, poetry, story, theatre] and their relationship to ethics.
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On The Art Of The Theatre

Author : Edward Gordon Craig
ISBN : STANFORD:36105010360894
Genre : Theater
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Modern Architecture In Theatre

Author : A. Read
ISBN : 9781137368683
Genre : Performing Arts
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If the city is the theatre of urban life, how does architecture act in its many performances? This book reconstructs the spatial experiments of Art et Action, a theatre troupe active in 1920s Paris, and how their designs for theater buildings show how the performance spaces interacted with actors and spectators according to their type.
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Games And Simulations In Action

Author : H A Davison
ISBN : 9781136223785
Genre : Education
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First published in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Art Into Theatre

Author : Nick Kaye
ISBN : 9781134370467
Genre : Performing Arts
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Art Into Theatre investigates the processes of hybrid forms of performance developed between 1952 and 1994 through a series of interviews with key practitioners and over 80 pieces of documentation, many previously unpublished, of the works under discussion. Ranging from the austerity of Cage's 4'33" through the inter-species communication of Schneeman's Cat Scanand the experimental theatre work of Schechner, Foreman, and Kirby, to the recent performances of Abramovic, Forced Entertainment and the Wooster Group, Art Into Theatre offers a fascinating collection of perspectives on the destabilizing of conventional ideas of the art "object" and the theatrical "text". Nick Kaye's introductory essay to the volume offers a useful context for the reader and each interview is preceded by an informative biographical sketch.
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A Director Prepares

Author : Anne Bogart
ISBN : 9781134556885
Genre : Performing Arts
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A Director Prepares is a thought-provoking examination of the challenges of making theatre. In it, Anne Bogart speaks candidly and with wisdom of the courage required to create 'art with great presence'. Each chapter tackles one of the seven major areas Bogart has identified as both potential partner and potential obstacle to art-making. They are Violence; Memory; Terror; Eroticism; Stereotype; Embarrassment; and Resistance. Each one can be used to generate extraordinary creative energy, if we know how to use it. A Director Prepares offers every practitioner an extraordinary insight into the creative process. It is a handbook, Bible and manifesto, all in one. No other book on the art of theatre comes even close to offering this much understanding, experience and inspiration.
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On The Subject Of Drama

Author : David Hornbrook
ISBN : 9781134702343
Genre : Education
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Although much has been written on how the drama elements of the English curriculum might be taught in schools, there is less guidance available for teachers who regard drama not as an adjunct of English but as an arts subject in its own right. In this volume, David Hornbrook and a team of experienced drama specialists show how the subject of drama may be defined and taught. Drawing on literature, visual art, music and dance as well as the rich and varied traditions of drama itself, they map out an eclectic subject curriculum for students of all ages. Opening up the field in new and exciting ways, the book embraces the widest possible range of dramatic knowledge and skills, from the Natyashastra of ancient India to contemporary classroom improvisation. The book is divided into three sections: The teaching and learning of drama: ideas about interculturalism, creativity and craft - key concepts informing the drama curriculum - are interrogated and re-theorised for the classroom. Making and performing drama in school: the fundamental processes of reading and writing plays for performance are explored, along with the potential of dance to enhance and extend students' experience of dramatic performance. Watching and understanding drama: ensuring the curriculum is appropriately balanced between the production and reception of drama, this last section emphasises the role of students as audience - for both live and electronic performances - and the development of a dramatic vocabulary.
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And Then You Act

Author : Anne Bogart
ISBN : 9780415411417
Genre : Performing Arts
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From well-known auteur of the American theatre scene, Anne Bogart, And Then, You Act is a fascinating and accessible book about directing theatre, acting and the collaborative creative process. Writing clearly and passionately, Bogart speaks to a wide audience, from undergraduates to practitioners, and makes an invaluable contribution to the field tackling themes such as: intentionality inspiration why theatre matters. Following on from her successful book A Director Prepares, which has become a key text for teaching directing classes, And Then, You Act is an essential practitioner and student resource.
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