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Title: All the Worlds A Stage


1
All the Worlds A Stage
  • Introduction
  • Task
  • Process
  • Resources Evaluation Conclusion
  • A Web Quest into Theater History
  • Created by Mrs. Danek for Dramatic Arts
  • Minooka Community High School

2
Introduction
  • What is your favorite TV show?
  • Who is your favorite actor?
  • What is your favorite movie?
  • If you answered these questions in a heart beat
    you, my friend, are a drama lover.
  • Have you ever stopped to consider the origins of
    drama?
  • In this web quest, you will work as a team to
    journey into another time and place. What packed
    the house way back when?

3
Task
  • In small groups, you will research a specific era
    of theater history.
  • You will design a Power Point presentation
    (minimum of 10 slides) that teaches the rest of
    the class about your topic
  • You will build a model of a stage that represents
    your theatrical era

4
Process
  • Read p.1-15 to get a general overview of theater
    history eras and milestones.
  • Meet with your group to determine the era you
    want to discuss. Get teacher approval.
  • Use the Internet sites provided for research on
    your topic. These are just starting points. You
    should discover other sites on your own.
  • Create the Power Point. (Check out specs here)
  • Create the Stage Model. (Check out specs here)

To Resoures
5
Power Point Requirements
  • Minimum of 10 slides
  • Include text and pictures on each slide
  • Do not type in sentences on PPT
  • Include major milestones, political /social
    influences, playwrights and plays in your
    presentation.

6
Stage Model Requirements
  • Represent the performance space of the era.
  • Represent audience space of the era.
  • Create additional elements if appropriate
    (Outdoor theater? Groundlings?
    Actors/Costumes?)

7
Resources
  • Greek Commedia
  • Roman Elizabethan
  • Medieval Restoration
  • Broadway Modern

8
Greek Theater
  • http//academic.reed.edu/humanities/110Tech/Theate
    r.html
  • http//www.greektheatre.gr/
  • http//www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ancientgreece/classic
    s/theatre/intro.shtml
  • http//www.cnr.edu/home/bmcmanus/tragedy_theater.h
    tml

Evaluation
9
Roman Theater
  • http//depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/classics/dunkle/
    comedy/romnthtr.htm
  • http//www.theatrehistory.com/ancient/roman.html
  • http//www.cwu.edu/robinsos/ppages/resources/Thea
    tre_History/Theahis_3.html
  • http//www.northern.edu/wild/th100/CHAPT10.HTM

Evaluation
10
Medieval Theater
  • http//www.theatredatabase.com/medieval/medieval_t
    heatre_001.html
  • http//www.msuiit.edu.ph/ipag/studies/drama/topics
    /medievaltheater.html
  • http//www.theatrehistory.com/medieval/mysteries00
    1.html

Evaluation
11
Commedia DellArte
  • http//www.commedia-dell-arte.com/
  • http//www.delpiano.com/carnival/html/commedia.htm
    l
  • http//italian.about.com/library/weekly/aa110800a.
    htm

Evaluation
12
Elizabethan Theater
  • http//www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakes
    peare-globe-theatre.htm
  • http//shakespeare.palomar.edu/theatre.htm
  • http//www.bardweb.net/globe.html
  • http//www.clt.astate.edu/wnarey/Renaissance20Dra
    ma/renaissance_drama_excluding_shakespeare.htm

Evaluation
13
Restoration Theater
  • http//www.lit-arts.net/Behn/theater.htm
  • http//www.theatredatabase.com/17th_century/
  • http//www.st-andrews.ac.uk/www_se/murray/Restora
    tion/Theatres/Theatres.html

Evaluation
14
Modern Theater
  • http//www.people.virginia.edu/jrw3k/Viterbo20Cl
    asses/Eng.20104/10420Modern20Theater.htm
  • http//www.northern.edu/wild/th100/CHAPT14.HTM
  • http//www.actors-studio.com/history/mat.html
  • http//www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/database/s
    tanislavsky_c.html

Evaluation
15
Broadway-American Musical
  • http//www.pbs.org/wnet/broadway/
  • http//www.theatrehistory.com/american/musical030.
    html
  • http//www.musicals101.com/1700bway.htm
  • http//www.britannica.com/ebi/article-205096

Evaluation
16
Evaluation
  • Your Power Point is worth 100 points and will be
    graded using the Project Rubric.
  • Areas of Assessment
  • Focus-Adequately describes chosen era
  • Support-Includes pictures, graphics, visuals and
    descriptions of theater at the time
  • Organization-Project is logically structured
  • Style-Project is creative and interesting
  • Conventions-All group members participated in the
    presentation. Presentation was free from errors.

17
Evaluation
  • Your scale model is worth 100 points.
  • Areas of Assessment
  • Historical accuracy
  • Creativity/Ingenuity

18
Conclusion
  • What similarities did you discover between your
    historical period and the drama of today?
  • Now that you have researched
  • theater history, you should have a better
    understanding of how different theater styles
    impact contemporary actors, TV shows, movies and
    plays.
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