Gai Jones will help you establish an ensemble-based environment from the first day of class or rehearsal.

Learn how to set up your ensemble-based classroom from day one, get students to set classroom norms, and find the balance between creative activity and structure. You’ll learn how to give your students creative freedom through structure and classroom management. The cornerstone of this course are the detailed ensemble experiences from large group to small group and even individual experiences.

This course culminates in a devising model that you can use with your students, and takes you through process, product, performance and an evaluation.

You too can create the ensemble-based classroom.

Course Summary

Standards Addressed

5 Modules
2 hours, 12 minutes
4 Credit Hours

ensemble devising

Course Outline

Lesson 0: Introduction 15:29
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Lesson 1: Collaborative Environment 14:27
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Lesson 2: Large Group Experiences 39:32
Lesson 3: Small Group Experiences 34:19
Lesson 4: Creating a Devised Piece 29:01

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Standards Addressed

Alberta, Canada


California VAPA Standards (2001)


California VAPA Standards (2019)


Prof.TH:Cn11.1 Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.

Prof.TH.Cn11.1.a - Explore how cultural, global, and historic belief systems affect creative choices in a drama/theatre work.

Adv.TH:Cn11.1 Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.

Adv.TH.Cn11.1.a - Develop a drama/theatre work that identifies and questions cultural, global, and historic belief systems.

Acc.TH:Cn11.1 Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.

Acc.TH.Cn11.1.a - Integrate conventions and knowledge from different art forms and other disciplines to develop a cross-cultural drama/theatre work.

8.TH:Cn11.1 Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.

8.TH.Cn11.1.a - Use different forms, styles, genres of drama/theatre work to examine contemporary social, cultural, or global issues.

6.TH:Cn11.1 Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.

6.TH.Cn11.1.a - Identify universal themes or common social issues and express them through a drama/theatre work.

Acc.TH:Cn10 Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.

Acc.TH:Cn10 - Choose and interpret a drama/theatre work to reflect or question personal beliefs.

Prof.TH:Cn10 Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.

Prof.TH:Cn10 - Investigate how cultural contexts, community ideas, and personal beliefs impact a drama/theatre work.

8.TH:Cn10 Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.

8.TH:Cn10 - Examine a community issue through multiple perspectives in a drama/theatre work.

7.TH:Cn10 Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art.

7.TH:Cn10 - Incorporate multiple perspectives and diverse community ideas in a drama/theatre work.

Prof.TH:Pr5 Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.

Prof.TH:Pr5.a - Practice various acting techniques to expand skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.

Prof.TH:Pr6 Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.

Prof.TH:Pr6 - Perform a rehearsed, scripted short drama/theatre work for a specific audience.

8.TH:Pr6 Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.

8.TH:Pr6 - Perform a rehearsed, scripted scene from a drama/theatre work for an audience.

7.TH:Pr6 Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.

67TH:Pr6 - Create through improvisation a drama/theatre work that will be shared with an audience.

Acc.TH:Pr5 Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.

Acc.TH:Pr5.a - Refine a range of acting skills to build a believable and sustainable drama/theatre performance.

8.TH:Pr5 Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.

8.TH:Pr5.a - Use a variety of acting techniques to increase skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.

6.TH:Pr5 Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.

6.TH:Pr5.a - Recognize how acting exercises and techniques can be applied to a drama/theatre work.

Acc.TH:Pr4 Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation.

Acc.TH:Pr4.a - Discover how unique choices shape believable and sustainable drama/ theatre work.

Georgia Performance Standards 2010 - Theatre Arts


Grade 9-12 - ADVANCED DRAMA IV

TAHSADIV.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods.
a. Produces scripts based on personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history
b. Connects appropriate form and structure to script creation
c. Applies standard theatrical conventions to producing scripts
d. Critiques and uses historical, textual, and improvisational studies

TAHSADIV.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the skills and tasks associated with acting on stage
b. Explores the development of an actor's skills and resources
c. Creates characters using the tools and resources of acting to a variety of formal and informal performances
d. Analyzes and applies observation skills for character creation
e. Applies knowledge of theatre production and management in an actual production

TAHSADIV.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the relationship between research and theatrical production
b. Engages in meaningful cultural and historical research to support formal or informal theatrical performance
c. Develops and executes a presentation or lobby display that summarizes the impact of cultural and historical research on a theatrical production

TAHSADIV.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines how theatre incorporates all art forms via a collaborative process
b. Explores the relationship between theatre and other non-arts disciplines
c. Synthesizes concepts and skills from other disciplines to create theatre

TAHSADIV.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Explores the historical impact of theatre on the political process
b. Examines the impact of theatre on the quality of life in society
c. Investigates and defends the role of theatre as an influence on culture and values

GRADE 6

TAMS6.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Identifies the elements of storytelling
b. Articulates creative ideas in oral and written forms
c. Demonstrates the conventions of dialogue
d. Identifies elements of drama and dramatic structure
e. Uses the writing process to generate a script

TAMS6.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Demonstrates effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills
b. Demonstrates the relationship between a character’s background and the character’s method of communication
c. Interprets motivation for a character’s behavior
d. Demonstrates appropriate interactions between characters
e. Explores the variety of relationships between characters

TAMS6.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Applies research skills to theatre scripts, roles, and experiences
b. Examines the relevance of cultural and historical context
c. Utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach to create original theatre
d. Synthesizes theatre styles and other media to create performances

TAMS6.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Identifies similarities between theatre and other art forms
b. Draws conclusions about the relationships between theatre and life
c. Identifies theatre’s multi-disciplinary aspects
d. Utilizes a variety of sources to create original theatre
e. Demonstrates a variety of types of theatre performances

TAMS6.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Describes the origins of theatre
b. Creates a table summarizing the ways in which the role of theatre has changed
over time
c. Identifies ways in which theatre influences a culture
d. Identifies ways in which a culture influences theatre
e. Analyzes ways in which theatre reflects the culture of a society

Grade 9-12 - ADVANCED DRAMA III

TAHSADIII.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods.
a. Produces scripts based on personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history
b. Connects appropriate form and structure to script creation
c. Applies standard theatrical conventions to producing scripts
d. Critiques and uses historical, textual, and improvisational studies

TAHSADIII.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the skills and tasks associated with acting on stage
b. Explores the development of an actor's skills and resources
c. Creates characters using the tools and resources of acting to a variety of formal and informal performances
d. Analyzes and applies observation skills for character creation

TAHSADIII.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the relationship between research and theatrical production
b. Engages in meaningful cultural and historical research to support formal or informal theatrical performance
c. Develops and executes a presentation or lobby display that summarizes the impact of cultural and historical research on a theatrical production

TAHSADIII.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines how theatre incorporates all art forms via a collaborative process
b. Explores the relationship between theatre and other non-arts disciplines
c. Synthesizes concepts and skills from other disciplines to create theatre

TAHSADIII.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Explores the historical impact of theatre on the political process
b. Examines the impact of theatre on the quality of life in society
c. Investigates and defends the role of theatre as an agent of social change

Grade 9-12 - ADVANCED DRAMA II

TAHSADII.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods.
a. Produces scripts based on personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history
b. Connects appropriate form and structure to script creation
c. Applies standard theatrical conventions to producing scripts

TAHSADII.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the skills and tasks associated with acting on stage
b. Explores the development of an actor's skills and resources
c. Creates characters using the tools and resources of acting to a variety of formal and informal performances
d. Analyzes and applies observation skills for character creation

TAHSADII.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the relationship between research and theatrical production
b. Engages in meaningful cultural and historical research to support formal or informal theatrical performance
c. Develops and executes a presentation or lobby display that summarizes the impact of cultural and historical research on a theatrical production

TAHSADII.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines how theatre incorporates all art forms via a collaborative process
b. Explores the relationship between theatre and other non-arts disciplines
c. Synthesizes concepts and skills from other disciplines to create theatre

TAHSADII.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Explores the historical impact of theatre on the political process
b. Examines the impact of theatre on the quality of life in society
c. Researches and defends the role of theatre as an agent of social change

Grade 9-12 - ADVANCED DRAMA I

TAHSADI.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods.
a. Produces scripts based on personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history
b. Connects appropriate form and structure to script creation
c. Applies improvisational techniques and standard theatrical conventions to producing scripts

TAHSADI.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the skills and tasks associated with acting on stage
b. Explores the development of an actor's skills and resources
c. Creates characters using the tools and resources of acting to a variety of formal and informal performances

TAHSADI.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the relationship between research and theatrical production
b. Engages in meaningful cultural and historical research to support formal or informal theatrical performance
c. Develops and executes a presentation or lobby display that summarizes the impact of cultural and historical research on a theatrical production

TAHSADI.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines how theatre incorporates all art forms via a collaborative process
b. Explores the relationship between theatre and other non-arts disciplines
c. Synthesizes concepts and skills from other disciplines to create theatre

TAHSADI.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Explores the historical impact of theatre on the political process
b. Examines the impact of theatre on the quality of life in society
c. Researches and defends the role of theatre as an educational tool

Grade 9-12 - ACTING III

TAHSAIII.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Examines theatre practices regarding the development, structure, layout, and format of scripts
b. Uses improvisation, personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history to develop scripts
c. Performs formal and informal monologues and scenes based on published and original scripts

TAHSAIII.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the voice, body, and imagination as tools of the actor
b. Explores observation, research, cultural development, and personal experience as potential resources available to the actor
c. Implements the tools and resources of acting in the development and presentation of formal and informal monologues and scenes
d. Researches and assesses the development of skills for character creation and performance

TAHSAIII.5 - Directing by conceptualizing, organizing, and conducting rehearsals for performance
a. Identifies the responsibilities and tasks of an actor in the preparation and performance of theatrical pieces
b. Explores and articulates the appropriate relationship between actors and the director
c. Collaborates on the development and presentation of formal and informal theatrical performances

TAHSAIII.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the use of cultural and historical information in character development
b. Examines research methods used by professional actors and actresses
c. Implements meaningful research efforts in developing formal and informal theatre performances

TAHSAIII.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Examines theatrical performance conventions from a variety of historical periods
b. Explores cultural influences on acting, theatre, and human interaction
c. Applies appropriate historic and cultural data during the performance of a character in formal and informal theatrical pieces
d. Researches and applies the knowledge of historical movement and acting technique to character development
e. Assesses the application of historic and contemporary acting theories to a variety of classical and contemporary theatre literature

Grade 9-12 - ACTING II

TAHSAII.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Examines theatre practices regarding the development, structure, layout, and format of scripts
b. Uses improvisation, personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history to develop scripts
c. Performs formal and informal monologues and scenes based on published and original scripts

TAHSAII.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the voice, body, and imagination as tools of the actor
b. Explores observation, research, cultural development, and personal experience as potential resources available to the actor
c. Implements the tools and resources of acting in the development and presentation of formal and informal monologues and scenes
d. Researches and assesses the development of skills for character creation and performance

TAHSAII.5 - Directing by conceptualizing, organizing, and conducting rehearsals for performance
a. Identifies the responsibilities and tasks of an actor in the preparation and performance of theatrical pieces
b. Explores and articulates the appropriate relationship between actors and the director
c. Collaborates on the development and presentation of formal and informal theatrical performances

TAHSAII.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the use of cultural and historical information in character development
b. Examines research methods used by professional actors and actresses
c. Implements meaningful research efforts in developing formal and informal theatre performances

TAHSAII.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines the relationship between actors and other collaborators in a theatrical production
b. Assesses the relationship between an actor's life experience/knowledge and the actor’s development as a creative artist
c. Synthesizes concepts and/or skills from other disciplines to create a role or theatre piece

TAHSAII.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Examines theatrical performance conventions from a variety of historical periods
b. Explores cultural influences on acting, theatre, and human interaction
c. Applies appropriate historic and cultural data during the performance of a character in formal and informal theatrical pieces
d. Researches and applies historical movement and acting technique to character development

Grade 9-12 - ACTING I

TAHSAI.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Examines theatre practices regarding the development, structure, lay-out, and format of scripts
b. Uses improvisation, personal experiences, heritage, imagination, literature, and history to develop scripts
c. Performs formal and informal monologues and scenes based on published and original scripts

TAHSAI.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Examines the voice, body, and imagination as tools of the actor
b. Explores observation, research, cultural development, and personal experience as potential resources available to the actor
c. Implements the tools and resources of acting in the development and presentation of formal and informal monologues and scenes

TAHSAI.5 - Directing by conceptualizing, organizing, and conducting rehearsals for performance
a. Identifies the responsibilities and tasks of an actor in the preparation and performance of a theatrical piece
b. Explores and articulates the appropriate relationship between actors and the director
c. Collaborates on the development and presentation of formal and informal theatrical performances

TAHSAI.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Explores the use of cultural and historical information in character development
b. Examines research methods used by professional actors and actresses
c. Implements meaningful research efforts in developing formal and informal theatre performances

TAHSAI.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Examines the relationship between actors and other collaborators in a theatrical production
b. Assesses the relationship between an actor's life experience/knowledge and the actor’s development as an creative artistic
c. Synthesizes concepts and/or skills from other disciplines to create a role or theatre piece

TAHSAI.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Examines theatrical performance conventions from a variety of historical periods
b. Explores cultural influences on acting, theatre, and human interaction
c. Applies appropriate historic and cultural data during the performance of a character in formal and informal theatrical pieces

Grade 9-12 - FUNDAMENTALS OF THEATRE II

TAHSFTII.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Critiques elements of dramatic structure
b. Recognizes realistic and conventional speech patterns within dialogue or dramatic verse
c. Identifies and distinguishes between stock and dynamic characters
d. Lists the steps in the dramatic writing process
e. Differentiates between drama and traditional literary writing
f. Incorporates dramatic elements through improvisation
g. Constructs scenes based on the elements of dramatic structure
h. Compares and contrasts dialogue from various theatrical genres
i. Interprets the objectives, decisions, and actions of characters
j. Develops and critiques various scripts
k. Creates and performs scenes for authentic audiences

TAHSFTII.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Investigates mental and emotional methods of actor for preparation
b. Demonstrates awareness of verbal elements of acting (e.g., voice, breathing)
c. Demonstrates non-verbal elements of acting (e.g., posture, facial expression, physical movement)
d. Acquires and incorporates sensory and emotional recall in character development
e. Constructs authentic characters through observation of human behavior
f. Demonstrates the goals, observations, actions, and tactics of characters
g. Differentiates between acting methods (e.g., Stanislavski, Uta Hagen)
h. Revises performance based on self-critique
i. Defends acting and character choices
j. Analyzes critiques of fellow classmates to create improved performance

TAHSFTII.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Defines the role of the dramaturge
b. Applies the skills of the dramaturge to various scenes
c. Interprets cultural and historical data for use in production
d. Communicates data to theatrical personnel
e. Distinguishes between important and unimportant data for use in performance
f. Evaluates artistic choices of the production team based on data.

Grade 8

TAMS8.1 - Analyzing and constructing meaning from theatrical experiences, dramatic literature, and electronic media
a. Investigates the experiences and ideas present in all forms of presentational media
b. Analyzes the elements of drama present in theatrical experiences
c. Identifies and articulates dramatic structure used in various forms of theatre
d. Interprets meaning within various forms of theatrical experiences
e. Connects dramatic literature and theatre presentations to the human experience
f. Compares and contrasts various forms of theatre and other media

TAMS8.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Classifies different techniques of storytelling
b. Utilizes improvisation techniques to generate script ideas
c. Develops scripts by adapting appropriate ideas from personal experiences, literature and/or other forms of print media
d. Identifies and articulates the elements and structure of drama in the scriptwriting process
e. Incorporates the steps of the writing process into script writing process

TAMS8.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments
a. Analyzes character development within the theatrical contexts
b. Demonstrates the physical, emotional, vocal, and social dimensions of a character
c. Analyzes character motivation and behavior
d. Compares the relationships and interactions between characters

TAMS8.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Applies advanced research skills to obtain appropriate cultural and historical information
b. Analyzes the cultural and historical context in theatre production
c. Supports artistic choices with cultural and historical information
d. Examines how culture is defined through theatre and other media

TAMS8.8 - Examining the roles of theatre as a reflection of past and present civilizations
a. Describes theatre’s role in the development of global communication
b. Compares and contrasts historic theatre forms with contemporary media productions
c. Identifies and describes recurring cultural motifs and social themes present in a variety of theatre and media presentations
d. Researches and describes cultures that influenced American theatre
e. Discusses theatre’s role in reflecting the culture of a society

GRADE 7

TAMS7.2 - Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods
a. Identifies different techniques of storytelling
b. Creates ideas for stories
c. Applies improvisation techniques to tell a story
d. Demonstrates storytelling in dialogue form
e. Utilizes the elements and structure of drama in the scriptwriting process

TAMS7.3 - Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments.
a. Identifies and demonstrates effective communication skills
b. Compares the physical, emotional, vocal, and social dimensions of a character
c. Analyzes the motivation for a character’s behavior
d. Demonstrates appropriate interactions between characters
e. Explores the variety of relationships between characters

TAMS7.6 - Researching cultural and historical information to support artistic choices
a. Utilizes advanced research skills to obtain appropriate cultural and historical information
b. Analyzes the cultural and historical context in theatre production
c. Supports artistic choices with cultural and historical information
d. Draws conclusions regarding cultural similarities and differences
e. Examines how a culture is defined through theatre and other media

TAMS7.7 - Integrating various art forms, other content areas, and life experiences to create theatre
a. Compares and contrasts theatre with other art forms
b. Articulates relationships between theatre and life
c. Utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach to create original theatre
d. Synthesizes theatre styles and other media to create performances
e. Adapts a variety of literary forms into theatre productions

Georgia Performance Standards 2017 - Theatre Arts


National Core Arts Standards


TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade HS Proficient

TH:Cn11.1.HSI.a - Explore how cultural, global, and historic belief systems affect creative choices in a drama/theatre work.

TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade HS Advanced

TH:Cn11.1.HSIII.a - Develop a drama/theatre work that identifies and questions cultural, global, and historic belief systems.

TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade HS Accomplished

TH:Cn11.1.HSII.a - Integrate conventions and knowledge from different art forms and other disciplines to develop a cross-cultural drama/theatre work.

TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade 8

TH:Cn11.1.8.a - Use different forms of drama/theatre work to examine contemporary social, cultural, or global issues.

TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade 7

TH:Cn11.1.7.a - Incorporate music, dance, art, and/or media to strengthen the meaning and conflict in a drama/theatre work with a particular cultural, global, or historic context.

TH:Cn11.1: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding - Grade 6

TH:Cn11.1.6.a - Identify universal themes or common social issues and express them through a drama/theatre work.

TH:Cn10.1: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art - Grade HS Accomplished

TH:Cn10.1.HSII.a - Choose and interpret a drama/theatre work to reflect or question personal beliefs.

TH:Cn10.1: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art - Grade HS Proficient

TH:Cn10.1.HSI.a - Investigate how cultural perspectives, community ideas and personal beliefs impact a drama/theatre work.

TH:Cn10.1: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art - Grade 8

TH:Cn10.1.8.a - Examine a community issue through multiple perspectives in a drama/theatre work.

TH:Cn10.1: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art - Grade 7

TH:Cn10.1.7.a - Incorporate multiple perspectives and diverse community ideas in a drama/theatre work.

TH:Cr3.1: Refine new work through play, drama processes and theatre experiences using critical analysis and experimentation - Grade 6

TH:Cr3.1.6.b - Identify effective physical and vocal traits of characters in an improvised or scripted drama/theatre work.

TH:Pr5.1: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation - Grade HS Proficient

TH:Pr5.1.HSI.a - Practice various acting techniques to expand skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.

TH:Pr6.1: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work - Grade HS Accomplished

TH:Pr6.1.HSII.a - Present a drama/theatre work using creative processes that shape the production for a specific audience.

TH:Pr6.1: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work - Grade HS Proficient

TH:Pr6.1.HSI.a - Perform a scripted drama/theatre work for a specific audience.

TH:Pr6.1: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work - Grade 8

TH:Pr6.1.8.a - Perform a rehearsed drama/theatre work for an audience.

TH:Pr6.1: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work - Grade 7

TH:Pr6.1.7.a - Participate in rehearsals for a drama/theatre work that will be shared with an audience.

TH:Pr5.1: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation - Grade HS Advanced

TH:Pr5.1.HSIII.a - Use and justify a collection of acting exercises from reliable resources to prepare a believable and sustainable performance.

TH:Pr5.1: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation - Grade HS Accomplished

TH:Pr5.1.HSII.a - Refine a range of acting skills to build a believable and sustainable drama/theatre performance.

TH:Pr5.1: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation - Grade 8

TH:Pr5.1.8.a - Use a variety of acting techniques to increase skills in a rehearsal or drama/theatre performance.

TH:Pr5.1: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation - Grade 6

TH:Pr5.1.6.a - Recognize how acting exercises and techniques can be applied to a drama/theatre work.

TH:Pr4.1: Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation - Grade HS Accomplished

TH:Pr4.1.HSII.a - Discover how unique choices shape believable and sustainable drama/ theatre work.

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