MONOLOGUES & SCENES
The Drama Project Assignment for the third nine weeks will focus on the area of writing for the stage.
Below are a variety of links to information about the assignment, including specific instructions for each grade level, dates and deadlines for the assignment, tips and guidelines on writing for the stage and examples of monologues and scenes for young actors.
All components of the assignment, including PRINTED copies of work AND in class presentation of scenes and monologues must be completed and submitted no later than the dates listed below in order to receive full credit.
As always, early completion and submission of project assignments will be accepted and encouraged. Projects completed and submitted one or more weeks prior to the scheduled deadline are eligible for
MRS. GIEHL, MRS. CARPENTER, MRS. BRAY CLASSES:
Wednesday, February 21
MRS. COUNTS, MRS. ACKERMAN CLASSES:
Thursday, February 22
MRS. BURFENING CLASS:
Friday, February 23
MRS. SWOPE, MRS. MCGRATH, MRS. LAMPERSKI CLASSES:
Monday, February 26
MRS. HOTALING, MRS. BROWN, MS. TAYLOR CLASSES:
Tuesday, February 27
LATE WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER SPRING BREAK DEPARTURE
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2018
WRITING FOR THE STAGE
Below are links to several instructional pages about writing for the stage, including how to get started, ideas for topics and content, structure and formats for stage writing and helpful lists to guide students in the writng process. All of this information will be covered in class.
SAMPLES OF MONOLOGUE AND SCENE WRITING FOR YOUNG ACTORS
Below are two books containing numerous scenes and monologues for young students (ages 7-14). Take a look at them to get ideas on how scenes are written, scenarios and situations to write about, characters, settings, writing formats, stage directions and more.