Starting with Scripts: Dramatic Literature for Key Stages 3 and 4
Starting with Scripts offers an exciting introduction to dramatic literature for students aged 11-16. Fully revised and updated, this text complements Script Sampler to form a comprehensive Drama resource written by an experienced and widely-respected author.
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Section one How are plays different from novels Introduction Reading for story The plot Setting the scene Special strategies
Chorus Dramatic irony
Section two The language of plays 8 Voicing the lines 9 Dialogue 10 And now for the news 11 Direct address 12 Rhythm
Rhythm in conversation 14 Whats my line 15 First impressions 16 Moody moments 17 Genre 18 Style
Positioning the audience 20 Playing with the illusion 21 Stage screen and radio
Section three Understanding stage directions 22 If in doubt read the instructions 23 Directions in the dialogue 24 Addressing the actor 25 Addressing...
Directions for lighting 27 Directions for sound 28 Music 29 Putting it all together
Section four Dramatic characters
Bodies in space
Costume mask and makeup
Using the whole stage
The onstage audience
Section five Experiencing the production
Finding the motive
Characters in action
Whats in a name?
Just the ticket
Making a critical comment
Reviewing the reviews
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