Think of five action words that start with
the same letter as your first name
Be prepared to discuss your list of five
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
Explain how to play the “name game” we
Acting 1- Wednesday
What is concentration?
How does an actor use concentration on
Acting 1 Thursday/Friday
What is the hardest part of concentration
for you? Why? What can you do to
What are your biggest difficulties with
What does CORE stand for?
BE PREPARED TO DISCUSS THESE
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.
Explain what you know about
improvisation so far
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!
Evaluate the ideas you’ve had for your
“bad play”. Are you meeting all of the
Acting ¾ Tuesday
What are your greatest concerns for this
performance? How will you write realistic
Acting ¾ Wednesday
Your script should be nearly complete.
What concerns do you have?
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.