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Re: theatre warm-up games?

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Ken Rohrer (kenroar)
Wed, 11 Sep 1996 16:43:35 -0600


Alix said...
>
>As I start this year of 7th grade social studies, I want to introduce
>my students to 'theatre.' In past years, we've written and performed
>medieval dramas and kabuki theatre with varying results. It occurred
>to me that starting them out with simple, non-threatening, fun, quick
>theatre games might help get them over the shyness and provide good team
>building skills.
>
>I have tried the few warm-ups I know and the kids loved them.
>SO...can anyone help me out with some more ideas of things to do?
>Also, do you have any good books to suggest on the subject? (Please
>remember I am a novice at this!) If you have lots of ideas on disk, you might
>want to e-mail me privately and include them as attachments. Many, many
>thanks in advance, guys!!
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