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Saturday, May 5, 2012

5-5-2012 Drama Developing Character

Teching the CCCS
Visual and Performing Arts
Grades 5-8
Performance: Theatre

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1.3 Performance: All students will synthesize those skills, media, methods, and technologies appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.
C.  By the end of grade 8, those students choosing THEATRE as their required area of specialization demonstrateCOMPETENCY in the following content knowledge and skills.
Effective scripted and improvisational performances require informed, supported, and sustained choices by actors, directors, and designers. Techniques for communicating a character’s intent vary in live performances and recorded venues.
Create a method for defining and articulating character   objectives, intentions, and subtext, and apply the method to the portrayal of characters in live performances or recorded venues.
Dramatic context and active listening skills inform development of believable, multidimensional characters in scripted and improvised performances. Mastery of physical and vocal skills enables actors to create dramatic action that generates a sense of truth and credibility.
Create and apply a process for developing believable, multidimensional characters in scripted and improvised performances by combining methods of relaxation, physical and vocal skills

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