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Types of Staging & Ground Plans
Richie McColmon 9 November 2016
Transcript of Types of Staging & Ground Plans
End on (or Open stage)
In the Round (or Arena stage)
Avenue (or Traverse)
Types of Staging
A proscenium is the area of a theater surrounding the stage opening. A proscenium arch is the arch over this area.
In the Round
A Ground Plan is a
view of the set
You will be able to identify the different types of stage that can be used for theatre.
different types of staging
In smaller groups select 2 types of stages and create them using your bodies as an outline of the stage
In your revision booklet write down all types of staging
a ground plan must have 5 ingredients
(DOES IT MAKE SENSE)
draw out a ground plan from a scene in your drama that you created in groups
Have some people in a still image as if they were on stage acting
You will be successful if you can:
Identify all 6 types of staging
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of each type of stage.
Position the other group around you as if they were the audience
The other group should successfully identify what staging you are.
Create a ground plan for our drama
We are learning to…
I’m looking for…
Everyone to work together and to listen to each other
Everyone to take part in all activities