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42 pages. You read that right. A forty-two page awesome Beginning Acting lesson plan comes with a membership to Drama Notebook.
18 pages. If you are working with students, ages 5-8, this lesson plan will dramatically reduce your planning time!
25 pages. Are you teaching scene study to teens this year? Enjoy eight sessions already planned for you!
Fun group bonding game that includes printable list of four types of distinctly different characters.
3-page detailed tutorial of the classic theatre exercise ‘Mirror.’ Includes ten variations and discussion questions.
11 pages, includes instructions for 13 different versions of this exercise, complete with over 100 prompts.
Classic drama activity in which students ‘become’ appliances, household items, flowers, and even weather! 10 pages. Includes three pages of prompts!
Five-page tutorial on this classic theatre exercise. Includes a description of tableau work, tips for creating successful tableaus and over 100 prompts.
30 easy pantomimes for younger students and 36 more difficult ones for older students.
22 pantomime suggestions for pairs and 22 character pantomimes for pairs ready to print out, cut apart and put in a hat! Includes four ways to use them.
Here are 28 complex situations with characters to use in improv, character work, or as prompts for students to write their own short plays or skits!
24 short, solo scenes to assign to your advanced or older students!
Fantastic list of 37 distinct emotions ready to print out and put in a hat for use with improvisational situations/games.
25 improvisational situations that prompt students to develop their own character’s motivation for wanting a specific thing.
Here are 24 locations and situations that can help young actors practice making their entrances meaningful!
Actors practice being authentic onstage by searching for hidden items. Included are complete instructions and 25 obstacles.
Over 100 suggestions for Meisner independent activities. You will not find this anywhere else!
A thirty page PowerPoint presentation that teaches about traverse staging!
Lesson that teaches how lines can change meaning in different situations. Included are sixteen sets of lines for pairs, with four different situations for each set of lines.