DRAMA CLASS

I am the very model of a modern Major-General

I’ve information vegetable, animal and mineral

I know the kings of England, and I quote the fights historical

From Marathon to Waterloo, in order categorical:



Tuesday March 3rd, test

We are going to have a test on Tuesday, March 3rd.  Here’s list of my copying and pasting what your child should already have in their planner if they are doing their entry task. 

Soliloquy-One actor talks for a long time, other actors don’t hear it-not on stage-to share feelings

Monologue-One person talks for a long time, other actors hear it, but don’t say anything

Aside-quick insight into actor’s inner thought/comments-hear only by audience 

Narrator-tells the story as it goes, not involved with the other actors

Peers

Peer Feedback Protocol

Pantomime

Soliloquy

Monologue

Aside

Narrator

Voice-

Pitch high and low of a sound

Tone-emotional/attitude quality

Tone of Voice:

Voice volume:

-constantly loud-(irritating)

-monotone-

Mono=one

same pitch no highs or lows-(dull, boring-good for acting depressed)

dialogue: spoken conversation

setting: when and where a play takes place.

plot: the events of a play or arrangement of action, as opposed to the theme.

comedy: a play that treats characters and situations in a humorous way.

tragedy: in Greek theater, a play depicting humans as a victim of destiny.

Articulation: 

Clear and distinct sounds in speech.  Clarity

Emphasis:

stress one word in the sentence.  Vigor or intensity of expression.

Pace:

fast-slow

Reader’s Theater- a term used when actors only read their lines, they don’t memorize them.

Vigor:  effort, energy, and enthusiasm

Four lines of ….

Gilbert and Sullivan's 1879 comic opera The Pirates of Penzance

I am the very model of a modern Major-General

I’ve information vegetable, animal and mineral.

I know the kings of England, and I quote the fights historical.

From marathon to waterloo, in order categorical: