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              ACTING 1:
Think of five action words that start with
   the same letter as your first name

 Be prepared to discuss your list of five
                actors
            Acting 1 Monday
   What are the four forms of memory we
    discussed on Friday?

   What is the difference between an acteur
    and a commedien? Give three examples of
    each.
           Acting 1--Tuesday
   Explain how to play the “name game” we
    did yesterday
          Acting 1- Wednesday
   What is concentration?

   How does an actor use concentration on
    stage?
        Acting 1 Thursday/Friday
   What is the hardest part of concentration
    for you? Why? What can you do to
    improve?
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   Acting 2
       What are your biggest difficulties with
    improv?
       What does CORE stand for?

BE PREPARED TO DISCUSS THESE
 QUESTIONS
           Acting 2 Tuesday
 You are a bank teller. Someone arrives
  with a note that says “Give me all the
  money in your drawer”
 List five different responses you could give
  that would lead to an extended scene
          Acting 2 Wednesday
   You are a kid on a playground. A dog
    walks on to the playground. List five
    different ways you can start a scene.
    Include what the objective and obstacle
    would be for each.
             Acting 2- Friday
   You are a robot. An alien comes up to
    you. Name five responses that would
    create a scene. List how your CORE would
    change for each.
                 Acting 2
   Explain what you know about
    improvisation so far
                  DO NOW
   What elements make up a play? How do
    you decide if a play is good or bad? What
    makes it that way?

   Be prepared to discuss these questions!
                 Acting 3/4
   Evaluate the ideas you’ve had for your
    “bad play”. Are you meeting all of the
    requirements?
            Acting ¾ Tuesday
   What are your greatest concerns for this
    performance? How will you write realistic
    dialogue?
          Acting ¾ Wednesday
   Your script should be nearly complete.
    What concerns do you have?
                Acting 3/4
   Proofread your script. Remember you are
    NOT directing the other group and must
    perform the script you are given to the
    best of your ability.

				
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