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Type:  Theatre Basics Purpose:  To understand the directional terms for staging Procedure: 1.  Briefly discuss with the students stage history and layout: Hundreds of years ago, stages were raked, which means the back of the stage was higher than the front.  Since the audiences’ seats were usually on a flat level, the stage was raked so [...]

Type: Theatre Basics Purpose: To understand the directional terms for staging Procedure: 1. Briefly discuss with the students stage history and layout: Hundreds of years ago, stages were raked, which means the back of the stage was higher than the front. Since the audiences’ seats were usually on a flat level, the stage was raked so [...]

Founder's Note: We are fortunate to have Dr. Rosalind M. Flynn, the head of the Master of Arts in Theatre Education Degree Program in The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC to share her...

Founder's Note: We are fortunate to have Dr. Rosalind M. Flynn, the head of the Master of Arts in Theatre Education Degree Program in The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC to share her...

Drama - Abbott and Costello. This is a version of the famous Abbott and Costello skit Whos on First? When doing a drama unit, students love to p...

Drama - Abbott and Costello Who's on First? Script

Drama - Abbott and Costello. This is a version of the famous Abbott and Costello skit Whos on First? When doing a drama unit, students love to p...

Drama Vocabulary

Drama Vocabulary

This is a worksheet featuring 27 drama terms and their definition, interspersed with theater etiquette and information. (This has been amended to include a

Make Break Away Glass (Like In the Movies) ☺ Posted by Deryck King ☺ 2 Jan 2013 ☺ Feel free to throw it, smash it, or wack it over someones head. Use caution while smacking someone with it because it could come out harder than usual so make sure it's somewhat thin. If you don't want to risk hurting anyone just hit yourself or set it down and jump through it as if you were in an action movie ☺ Click the pic to see the recipe! ☺

Make Break Away Glass (Like In the Movies) ☺ Posted by Deryck King ☺ 2 Jan 2013 ☺ Feel free to throw it, smash it, or wack it over someones head. Use caution while smacking someone with it because it could come out harder than usual so make sure it's somewhat thin. If you don't want to risk hurting anyone just hit yourself or set it down and jump through it as if you were in an action movie ☺ Click the pic to see the recipe! ☺

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