Get Everyone Involved
Do you find working on monologues and partner scenes often leaves the rest of the class restless?
Group Scenes for Young Actors helps you showcase more students from your drama class while reinforcing the crucial skill of acting as an ensemble. You will give your actors more opportunities to perform, and your students will fully understand how each character is integral in moving a scene forward.
We all know receiving notes from a director is an important part of being an actor. With group scenes, you’ll be able to share your acting notes to your students in fewer scenes…allowing a more efficient rehearsal process during your time-constrained sessions.
With this eBook you’ll receive:
- A 77-page eBook with 32 refreshing scenes for young actors
- A broad variety of three to six-person scenes
- Themes and subject matter specifically tailored to performers age 7-14
- Emotional arcs and strong endings to challenge actors and keep audiences engaged
- Contemporary language that doesn’t talk-down to kids
- Gender-neutral characters to provide ultimate flexibility
- Material that is ideal as short performance pieces and for use in the classroom
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“These are brilliant, relatable, funny, smart, witty, and powerful scenes. Kids will really connect with almost every theme presented and I think some of the messages and images will stick with them for awhile. I love how each scene gives the actor an opportunity to work on physicality. I wish I had scenes like this growing up…so many themes felt outdated as a kid but with these, kids will be able to draw from their own experiences to enhance the process. WAY TO GO!”
– Joanna F.
“I wish I had this at the start of the year! These are much more age appropriate for the level I teach! I love the ones Theatrefolk offer but the topics are usually too “old’ for my students and too long and wordy. These seem like the perfect length. I already know how I’m incorporating some of these into lessons.”
– Jaime J.