Making Theater: Developing Plays with Young People
Teachers & Writer Collaborative, 1988 - 131 pàgines
With the passion and wisdom that have made him one of our leading educators, Herbert Kohl has written a wonderful book about how he has done theater with young people and how you can too. He tells how to explore improve, develop significant themes out of improve, use dialogue and monologue as starting points for students to write their own plays, develop full performance, and how to adapt plays and stories for performance. He also includes generous excerpts from plays and stories that are particularly good examples.
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Preparing to Do Theater
Developing a Performance
Adapting Plays for Performance
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