Presentation on theme: "Learning objectives All of you will… Explore the themes presented to you today through dramatic techniques Most of you will… Consider developing dramatic."— Presentation transcript:
Learning objectives All of you will… Explore the themes presented to you today through dramatic techniques Most of you will… Consider developing dramatic techniques to explore themes Some of you will… Develop dramatic techniques to create interesting and original drama
Target setting… For this unit of coursework consider what you need to aim to improve….. Write down the targets you are setting yourself in performance and rehearsals Put this in the front of your file and organise your work
Work in groups to create a tableau to represent the one of the following… Obsession, Temptation, Power
Lesson objectives: All of you will… Be able to create an improvisation based on a negative outcome to obsession- 11-18 Most of you will… Be able to create an improvisation that uses some dramatic techniques- 19- 28 Some of you will… Be able to consider the development of your role within the improvisation- 28-35
Try to create another tableau of a different theme Obsession Temptation Power
Now try to consider the transitions between them How can you connect the two images- use dramatic techniques to the best effects
Learning objectives All of you will… Explore the dramatic situation presented to you today through dramatic techniques- 16-28 Most of you will… Consider developing dramatic techniques to explore and present this situation as an interesting piece of drama- 29-33 Some of you will… Develop dramatic techniques to create interesting and original drama- 33-45
Create a piece of improvisation… Consider an object ( Or otherwise) that someone is obsessed with Show how this person is ruined by this obsession How can we tell this story in a an interesting way What techniques can we use….
Drama skills to consider Create an interesting and effective beginning and ending to your work Consider levels Consider transitions between scenes Have you used some different dramatic techniques?- Monologue, physical theatre, mime, choral, soundscape, thought tracking, multi-rolling…..
Evaluate your performance Do you think you created a role that was interesting? Do you think you developed your role enough? Do you think you had a good concept for your work? What did you enjoy the most about your performance?
Lesson objectives: All of you will… Be able to use stimulus to create drama- 11- 16 Most of you will…. Be able to use drama techniques to good effect in performance- 17-22 Some of you will.. Be able to make connections between movement techniques and the development of your own performance- 23-38
Watch the following clip of Grimm tales….. Comment on the drama skills you observe being used… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K 5qpY_- 7rqM&feature=player_detailpage
Use the extracts you are given in groups to create a tableau
A large old carriage came by, and in it sat an old lady; she looked at the little girl, and taking pity on her, said to the clergyman, Look here, if you will give me the little girl, I will take care of her. The old lady thought the shoes were hideous, and so they were burnt.
Now develop this tableau into a performance of your extract Consider: Dramatic technique Timing Levels Movement sequence Dramatic style
Development Discuss a moment of your work today in which you have developed your drama skills. What were your initial ideas and how did you improve them? Make reference to little red riding hood and how you applied it to your own performance
Lesson objectives: All of you will… Be able to use text stimulus to create drama- 11-16 Most of you will…. Be able to use drama techniques to good effect in performance- 17-22 Some of you will.. Be able to make connections between movement techniques and the development of your own performance- 23-38
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkBLseo ra7A&feature=player_detailpage Watch the following clip from the theatre company: Complicite What drama skills can you see being used to good effect in this show reel? Give clear examples Now… How can you apply these skills to your own work?
Task 1. Read a synopsis of the story 2. Consider creating three tableaux of key moments in your groups 3. consider the transition between these key moments 4. Consider one key moment to bring to life Always think about, drama styles, acting and performance skills- remember this is the key to high marks!
Include and consider… Levels Use of space Blocking Development of your role Expression- both face and body Movement Change in pace Contrasts Role- further development- use of i.a.c.t.u.p.p. Now improve this by considering…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIDuoS mGUqE&feature=player_detailpage Consider the Physicality of this performance What inspiration can you take and incorporate in your own performance work in relation to The red shoes? Add to your notes…..
Lesson objectives: All of you will… Be able to use stimulus to develop drama to create some clear scenes- 11-16 Most of you will…. Be able to use drama techniques to good effect in your developed scenes- 17-22 Some of you will.. Be able to make connections between movement techniques and the development of your own role- 23-38
Overall objective: use stimulus ideas to develop improvisation All: Will be able to develop key scenes- 11-19 Most: Will be able to develop your own role within scenes - 20-30 Some: Will be able to consider using a range of techniques to help develop role and scenes-31-41 Using a range of I ACT UPP skills will help you progress
Physicality Body language, posture Use of voice- pitch, tone, pace Positioning and use of technical support= The complete role
Watch the following clip…. How does this actress demonstrate her emotions through I act upp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RI3T1v3 bmaI&feature=player_detailpage
One day the Queen was travelling through that part of the country, and had her little daughter, who was a princess, with her. All the people, amongst them Karen too, streamed towards the castle, where the little princess, in fine white clothes, stood before the window and allowed herself to be stared at. She wore neither a train nor a golden crown, but beautiful red morocco shoes; they were indeed much finer than those which the shoemaker's wife had sewn for little Karen. There is really nothing in the world that can be compared to red shoes!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla yer_detailpage&v=SsCF1pAgwSQ How can you apply this style of signing with performance?