Theatre In Class Talent Show

Theatre Performing Arts Talent Show
Directions: You must pick from one of the following performing arts and must perform your own original piece. You may work in a group of two or three (no more), or you may work individually.
• Acting (find a scene from one of the books on the bookshelf or write your own)
• Singing (Sing an original or already created song by yourself or with a group. You may use karaoke music)
• Dancing (Create an original dance by yourself or with a group, you may use music)
• Musical Instrument (Play an original or already created piece)

Expectations Score /50 Comments
The piece MUST be at least 3 minutes long and no longer than 5 minutes. /10
Creativity: Use of prop/costumes/music. /10
Stage Presence: your attitude on stage, what you’re wearing, and eye contact with audience or performance partner, overall confidence on stage. /10
Originality: creating a piece that is distinctively different from other performers /10
Organization/Coordination: pacing, timing, and memorization /10

11/27/17: Choose talent, choose piece, and have it approved by Ms. P (ALL TALENT PIECES MUST BE SCHOOL APPROPRAITE!)
11/28/17: Rehearsal *must have what you need to rehearse; instrument, music, script, lyrics etc…You will also be answering analysis questions.
11/29/17 Rehearsal *must have what you need to rehearse; instrument, music, script, lyrics etc…
11/30/17: Roses before Thorns *BRING IN COSTUMES, PROPS, AND MUSIC
**12/ 1 /17: Talent Show *BRING IN COSTUMES, PROPS, AND MUSIC

Theatre Final

Monologue Project
*Note: Due dates of activities are subject to change under Ms. Picariello’s discretion.
Directions: Students will select a monologue from a play, movie, or TV show (must be school appropriate; no cursing and no references to sex, drugs, or violence). Students will develop their character specifically focusing on their selected monologue.
Step 1:
• Monologue/ Audition Notes
• You are to select your monologue
Step 2: • Start the memorization process of the monologue. You cannot move forward with your monologue until you memorize it. *Tips for memorization
• Memorization Test 12/11
• Once memorization is complete you may start filling in the character analysis worksheet to help better understand your character’s motivation.
Step 3: • Rehearsal with a partner. You may work with one person to help you memorize your lines and also give you a critique.

Step 4: • Roses before Thorns: Students will have a dress rehearsal in front of the class to get feedback from their peers 12/14-15
Step 5 :
Final: December 19th 1st and 3rd block
December 20th 2nd and 4th block
Make ups: December 21st
Please note that if you are absent the final week of school you will not have an opportunity to make up your final exam without Mr. Wick’s approval prior to the missed exam. • You will perform your monologue.
RUBRIC:
____/5 monologue is between 2-3 minutes
____/10 projection/articulation
____/10 Characterization
____/10 memorization
___/10 Purposeful movement
___/5 Entrance and Exit

Total______/50

Theatre Assignmet

Fairy Tale Performance Adaptation Name______________________________
Objective: Students will adapt a classic fairy tale into a modern day telling with groups of 4 to 5 students. Students will use their acquired understanding of performance and stage techniques to effectively tell the story on stage for an audience.
Day 1-2-Brainstorming: Decide with your group which fairy tale you’d like to adapt. Once you have found a story you would like to adapt, you must place the story in modern times (high school, soap opera etc…) and decide on how they will tell the story in a new way. They may start hand writing their script once they have decided on a concept together.
Day 3-4- Scripts: Finish writing scripts in the computer lab, if you finish early you may start memorizing lines.
Day 5-Rehearsal
Day 6-Roses before Thorns
Day 7- Final Performance
Performance Rubric (each group member will receive an individual grade)
/50 Comments
Memorization 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Characterization 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Projection/Articulation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Blocking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Focus/Staying in Character 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Use the rest of the space to brainstorm ideas for your adapted fairy tale: