Join us for the Velveteen Rabbit Jan 12 & 13

Join us for the Velveteen Rabbit Jan 12 & 13

Jan 12 & 13 @ 6pm
Tickets at the door.

Drama is an outstanding opportunity for students to learn presentation skills as well as creative expression. Below is a list of skills students have explored the first semester: 

  • Grandparent’s Day Skit
  • Rehearsing for “The Velveteen Rabbit” which is January 12 and 13th at 6:00 pm.  $3.00 per individual or $10.00 for family
  • Short drama reading entitled “The Call of Christmas Anthem” for the Christmas Concert
  • Relaxation and Concentration-warming up the whole body and voice
  • Unit on Acting, Actions, and Pantomime-defining acting, worked on simple actions, learned how to pantomime doing work actions, chores and pantomime finding a lost object
  • Create a character and define that character by drawing three random objects from a bag and trying to connect the objects
  • Creating and writing about a character based on a photograph only
  • Five Senses-pantomime units that focus on the five senses
  • Believability, Imagination and Intentions-focusing on strengthening the imagination and emotional recall, presenting familiar sayings with different intentions, demonstrating a designated emotion or feeling and working on strengthening concentration, listening skills and visualization
  • Unit of Improvisations: focus on combining a sequence of related physical activities that make up simple physical actions/tasks, how to think logically and create moment-to-moment reality and deal with elements of conflict
  • Unit on theater games: working with others in a group in spontaneous moment-to-moment reality, to interact while working as an ensemble, monologues, and impromptu storytelling
  • Each student creates a warm-up to lead and direct the class
  • Move your mouth activities (tongue twisters, vocal warm-ups, experimenting with vocal shapes and sounds).
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