The Complexity of Stage Directions Folks have no idea how complicated it is to remember during blocking...."Down where?" I even tell my family during shows that the best view of the stage is Upper Stage Left, only to have them misunderstand and end up in the very back of the theater on the opposite side. Sigh.
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Kinesthetic learners will jump right in when given the opportunity to play theater games. Even the simplest games can build a child's confidence and skills. Theater games utilize two of children's biggest assets, imagination and energy, to build on their ability to focus, creatively problem solve, and cooperate... Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
Three Easy Theatre Games that Aren’t Zip, Zap, Zop — OnStage Blog
Any theatre teacher can tell you the importance of theatre games. Games and ritual help create a safe and supportive environment and promote teamwork. A great circle can mean the difference between a class that is fun and successful or one that falls flat.
Drama Game: Exaggeration Circle
Type: Warm-Up, Break Out of Shell Purpose: A simple way to get some of even the shiest kids acting bold in front of the group. Procedure: 1. Players stand in a circle. 2. One player starts a small gesture. 3. The next player takes it over and makes it even bigger. 4. This continues all the [...]