The Diary of Anne Frank Auditons

Where: Ms. Picariello’s Room G100/F19
When: February 9th 2017 @3:00pm

You MUST pick up all forms from Ms. Picariello, including the monologue that you must memorize ASAP.
Questions? Email Ms. Picariello at jpicariello@ccps.us

If you are interested in participating as a crew member please see Ms. Picariello for a form.

Extra Credit Opportunities

Come see the Seussification of Romeo and Juliet on Jan 26 or Jan 27 at 7pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $4. If you go, you must get your program signed by either Victoria Gross or Ms. Picariello. This will earn you an full test grade.

Auditions for The Diary of Anne Frank will be held on Feb 9th at 3:00pm. You will receive extra credit for auditioning. If you get a part in the play you must accept the part in order to get the extra credit. If you were not offered a part you will still get extra credit. You can also become a crew member for extra credit as well. See Ms. Picariello for all forms.

Theatre III/IV Monologues

Theatre III/IV Monologue Project
Directions: Select a monologue from a play of your choosing. This monologue may not come from a movie or TV show. The monologue should be school appropriate (no profanity or references to sex. drugs, or violence).
Step 1: Choose a Monologue (1/5/17)
Step 2: Memorization with a partner and Memorization Test (1/9/17)
Step 3: Rehearsal with a partner
Step 4: Roses before Thorns (1/11/17)
Step 5: Final Performance: (1/12/17)

RUBRIC:
____/5 monologue is between 2-3 minutes
____/10 projection/articulation: You are able to be heard loudly and clearly
____/10 Characterization: You have created a unique character that is different from yourself
____/10 memorization: You are confident with the lines
___/10 Purposeful movement: You have used blocking and gesture to enhance your performance
___/5 Entrance and Exit: You have introduced yourself and said “thank you” at the end
Total______/50

Theatre II Monologues

Theatre II Monologue Project
Directions: Select a monologue from a play of your choosing. This monologue may not come from a movie or TV show. The monologue should be school appropriate (no profanity or references to sex. drugs, or violence).
Step 1: Choose a Monologue (1/5/17)
Step 2: Memorization with a partner and Memorization Test (1/9/17)
Step 3: Rehearsal with a partner
Step 4: Roses before Thorns (1/11/17)
Step 5: Final Performance: (1/12/17)

RUBRIC:
____/5 monologue is between 1-2 minutes
____/10 projection/articulation: You are able to be heard loudly and clearly
____/10 Characterization: You have created a unique character that is different from yourself
____/10 memorization: You are confident with the lines
___/10 Purposeful movement: You have used blocking and gesture to enhance your performance
___/5 Entrance and Exit: You have introduced yourself and said “thank you” at the end
Total______/50