11/14 Field Trip

FIELD TRIP FORM HAS BEEN SENT HOME. PLEASE MAKE SURE THE FRONT AND BACK HAS BEEN FILLED OUT. FORMS AND MONEY DUE BACK 11/3
**Please note on the back I accidentally wrote 12/14 instead of 11/14. We will be going on the field trip November 14th!

Students will have the opportunity to attend Theatre VCU’s production of Legally Blonde The Musical at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.
Theatre students will accompany Ms. Picarielloto and from the production on a school bus. The cost will be $15.00 which will include a bus seat and ticket to the performance. Each student is responsible for bringing their own lunch.
The students will depart Caroline High School on November 14, 2017 around 8:50 AM allowing for entry to the theatre by 10:00 AM. Students and chaperones will arrive back at school by 2:15 in order to be transported home by their own school bus.
Students must also have at least a C average in all classes to attend and may not have any major referrals. Students must have their teachers sign off that they have at a C average in their class.

*****Signed forms and money must be submitted no later than by Friday November 3rd, 2017. All checks must be payable to “Caroline High School”. *****

*****Behavior and Dress should be in accordance with the Caroline County Code of Conduct. The image of CHS depends on the behavior and appearance of its students. Students must adhere to the following dress code in order to attend the field trip. If a student is not dressed properly for the field trip they will not attend the trip and will not be given a refund.
• Slacks, dresses, dress pants, skirts (no jeans, sweatpants, or holes in clothing)
• Sweaters, blouses, button down shirts, cardigans (no hoodies, sweatshirts, t-shirts)
• Dress shoes, boots, Sperry’s, Toms, flats (no tennis shoes or Vans; nothing that laces up)

A Doll’s House Reading Comprehension Answers

1. Henrik Ibsen
2. 1879
3. Spendthrift, Squirrel, Lark
4. Mrs. Linden
5. Nora was lent money- Torvald doesn’t know.
6. Krogstad works at the bank Torvald manages as asks to keep his job.
7. Krogstad lent Nora the money.
8. Dr. Rank
9. To go to Italy (a warmer climate) to save Torvald.
10. Her father was dying
11. Anna
12. When Nora was just a girl, Anna had to give up her own child.
13. Dr. Rank
14. To attend a New Years party
15. Taranatella
16. She begs Torvald to let Krogstad keep his job.
17. He sends Krogstad’s termination letter immediately
18. He is black mailing her because he lent her the money and Torvald holds the power for Krogstad to keep his job. He wants Nora to convince her husband to keep Krogstad at the bank.
19. Torvald
20. Dr. Rank
21. Mrs. Linden
22. Mr. Krogstad
23. She doesn’t want to retrieve the letter for Nora, she feels it’s best to let the secret out.
24. She wants to avoid Torvald going to the letter box
25. He is sad about his dying friend
26. He is angry with her and tells her she is not fit to be a mother. He will only pretend to have her taking care of the children, but they are never to be alone with her.
27. Krogstad gives back the IOU and he’s reputation is no longer on the line.
28. Leave her family
30. She goes from sneaking around to do the things she wants to do, to being an empowered person who is willing to stand up for herself and wants to grow as a person.

FIRE EXIT PERFORMANCE

CHS Theatre presents Fire Exit by Stacie Lents
October 26th at 5:30pm and 7:00pm
Tickets are on sale now through October 24th ! $5 per ticket. Tickets will not be sold at the door, space is limited. Please see Ms. Picariello in F19 for a ticket order form.

Mid Term Instructions Theatre I and II

Lyric Performance Project Name_____________________________________________
Directions: You will be taking a song and stripping it down to the bare lyrics. You will perform it as a dramatic piece (monologue) by adding emotion and inflection in your voice and body movements, while also taking out the sing-song nature of the lyrics. This will be done individually.
Monologue: presented by a single character, most often to express their mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes also to directly address another character or the audience.
Step 1: Choose song lyrics. Please keep in mind that these lyrics MUST be school appropriate meaning: no cursing, references to sex, drugs, or violence. You can edit out explicit lyrics, but if the theme of the song is inappropriate you will need to choose a different song. This song must be approved by me before proceeding.
After it has been approved handwrite/type the lyrics out. This is a grade.
Step 2: Rehearsal; use this time to memorize your song, take out the rhyming aspect of the song, and turn it into a dramatic piece through voice and body movement.
Step 3: Memorization Test (10/10)
Step 4: Roses before Thorns (10-11/12)
Step 5: Final Performance (10 12/13)
Convention Score /50 Comments
Projection/Articulation: You are able to be heard clearly in the auditorium from the middle of the audience /10
Memorization /10
Blocking: You have included movement in your piece. You use your body to express emotion. The movement is purposeful /10
Lyrics are no longer sing-song-like or follow a rhythmical pattern. You have turned it into a dramatic piece. /10
Characterization: You have stayed in character the entire time and have created someone different from yourself /10