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Introduction to Unit 11 Theatre for Children

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Ceri-ann Langbridge

on 4 May 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Unit 11 Theatre for Children

So what type of age group would you like to create you piece for?
Find your favourite story as a child,
re-read it and bring it in next week.
Introduction to Unit 11 Theatre for Children
Real life examples
So who are you performing for?
Play groups
Nursery groups
Primary schools
Secondary schools
Youth clubs
Special needs
What is Children's Theatre?
Theatre performed by children or with child participants

A performance by adults for a child audience

Examples are:

Pantomime, puppet shows, theatre in education (TIE), Myths and legends, fairytales, childrens literature, social issues, musicals
So what will these groups be like?

1. Children eagerly respond to justice
2. Children like being frightened-within limits
3. Children are healthily subversive
4. Children are logical
5. Children will respond differently and unpredictably


So what will these groups be like continued...
6. Children make noise during the performance
7. Children respond to action
8. Children don’t like to be patronized
9. Children don’t like lovey-dovey stuff
10. Children love animals and toys
11. Children love stories

Know your audience
So What do you know about each of these:

Play groups
Nursery groups
Primary schools
Secondary schools
Youth clubs
Special needs
http://www.ehow.com/video_4939770_live-performance-tips-know-audience.html
Next week is stories and themes
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