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Theatre Games

Author : Clive Barker
ISBN : 9781408125199
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 27.31 MB
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A practical guide to using theatre games for actor training which includes a DVD with original footage of the author putting the techniques into action.
Category: Performing Arts

Theater Games For The Classroom

Author : Viola Spolin
ISBN : 0810140047
Genre : Education
File Size : 89.40 MB
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Describes the rules and purpose of rhythmic movement games, space walks, transformation, sensory, and mirror games, and suggests storytelling activities
Category: Education

Theater Games For Rehearsal

Author : Viola Spolin
ISBN : 0810140020
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 83.7 MB
Format : PDF
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This handbook guides directors and their companies step-by-step through all phases of the rehearsal period. Distilling her lifetime of experience in the theater, Spolin shows in easy-to-follow detail how her techniques can be used for a variety of theater situations.
Category: Performing Arts

101 Drama Games For Children

Author : Paul Rooyackers
ISBN : 0897932110
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 28.21 MB
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Everybody enjoys the chance to escape from reality from time to time, to climb inside the skin of another character. This book encourages children and adults to explore their dramatic sides and has playful ideas everyone can get involved with and enjoy. Throughout drama games, children get more in touch with themselves, what they want to be, and what they can do. The games are improvisational, framed to encourage total involvement and cooperation - the participants gain as much as they contribute. Each drama game contains an age guideline, an estimate time of play, and suggestions for the most appropriate type of music. The games can be played by children and adults of all ages, and are flexible enough to be used by parents, teachers, camp leaders, daycare providers, or other group leaders in a variety of settings.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

101 More Drama Games For Children

Author : Paul Rooyackers
ISBN : 0897933672
Genre : Education
File Size : 36.11 MB
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Designed to create dynamic and supportive play environments, these improvisational, noncompetitive games encourage participants to gain as much as they contribute. By expressing themselves physically and emotionally and by exploring a range of possibilities, players gain self-confidence and a greater awareness of the feelings and experiences of others. Illustrations.
Category: Education

Theatre Games For Young Performers

Author : Maria C. Novelly
ISBN : UOM:39015053478825
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 82.23 MB
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The basics of pantomime, improvisation, voice control, monologues and dialogues presented in game formats with exercises and work sheets.
Category: Games & Activities

Improvisation Theatre Games And Scene Handbook

Author : Samuel Elkind
ISBN : IND:30000109312193
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 56.63 MB
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Contains theatre games, scenes, and improvisations for classrooms or workshops designed to help the actor and director learn, explore, and develop working with various techniques.
Category: Performing Arts

Modernism In European Drama

Author : Frederick J. Marker
ISBN : 0802082068
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 89.3 MB
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This collection of essays, originally published over the last forty years in the journal Modern Drama, explores the drama of four of the most influential European proponents of modernism in the European Drama: Ibsen, Strandberg, Pirandello and Beckett.
Category: Literary Criticism

Applied Theatre Resettlement

Author : Michael Balfour
ISBN : 9781472522399
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 66.33 MB
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The book offers a compelling combination of analyis and detailed description of aesthetic projects with young refugee arrivals in Australia. In it the authors present a framework that contextualises the intersections of refugee studies, resilience and trauma, and theatre and arts-based practice, setting out a context for understanding and valuing the complexity of drama in this growing area of applied theatre. Applied Theatre: Resettlement includes rich analysis of three aesthetic case studies in Primary, Secondary and Further Education contexts with young refugees. The case studies provide a unique insight into the different age specific needs of newly arrived young people. The authors detail how each group and educational context shaped diverse drama and aesthetic responses: the Primary school case study uses process drama as a method to enhance language acquisition and develop intercultural literacy; the Secondary school project focuses on Forum Theatre and peer teaching with young people as a means of enhancing language confidence and creating opportunities for cultural competency in the school community, and the further education case study explores work with unaccompanied minors and employs integrated multi art forms (poetry, art, drama, digital arts, clay sculptures and voice work) to increase confidence in language acquisition and explore different forms of expression and communication about the transition process. Through its careful framing of practice to speak to concerns of power, process, representation and ethics, the authors ensure the studies have an international relevance beyond their immediate context. Drama, Refugees and Resilience contributes to new professional knowledge building in the fields of applied theatre and refugee studies about the efficacy of drama practice in enhancing language acquisition, cultural settlement and pedagogy with newly arrived refugee young people.
Category: Performing Arts

The Book Of Games And Warm Ups For Group Leaders 2nd Edition

Author : Leo Rutherford
ISBN : 9780857011848
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 40.92 MB
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Based on Shamanic principles and the philosophy that laughter and play are basic human needs that feed the soul and unleash natural creativity, the tried, tested and proven activities in this book can be used with all ages. They are helpfully split into different sections, covering everything from warm-up games to verbal improvisation games, theatre games and warm-downs. Drawing on decades of experience in this substantially revised and expanded new edition, the author shares the games, improvisations and dance structures that he has found most effective in his work as a group leader and participant, and includes tips throughout on how to be a good facilitator and run a successful group. With lists of resources, including a musicography, the book is an inspiring and practical resource for anyone running a group.
Category: Psychology