102 Monologues for Middle School Actors

A collection of monologues, duologues and triologues is perfect for use by middle school performers. Original.

102 Monologues for Middle School Actors

Author: Rebecca Young

Publisher: Meriwether Pub

ISBN: 9781566081849

Page: 177

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A collection of monologues, duologues and triologues is perfect for use by middle school performers. Original.

102 Monologues for Middle School Actors Including Comedy and Dramatic Monologues

Written in the voice of teenage characters and emphasizing believable experiences that appeal to young actors, this book contains a wide variety of topics to ensure there will be a good fit for any student's personality.

102 Monologues for Middle School Actors  Including Comedy and Dramatic Monologues

Author: Rebecca Young

Publisher: Meriwether Publishing

ISBN: 9781566082471

Page: 186

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Written in the voice of teenage characters and emphasizing believable experiences that appeal to young actors, this book contains a wide variety of topics to ensure there will be a good fit for any student's personality.

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Dwayne Johnson

Author: Samantha S. Bell

Publisher: Influential People

ISBN: 1543557945

Page: 32

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"Explores the life of Dwayne Johnson and his move from wrestling to acting"--

101 Monologues for Kids

A collection of 101 monologues, each about one minute long, intended for use by children aged 5 to 12 for auditions and other purposes. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

101 Monologues for Kids

Author: Hollis McLachlan

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781466212435

Page: 218

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“101 Monologues for Kids!”, is a monologue book intended for all children interested in theatrical arts. Each monologue written is based on an experience the author encountered either in their own life, or in the lives of the people they know and love, and are all 100% original. The material enclosed in this book transcends time and tastes: With over one hundred original monologues (to be precise, there is actually 102), the range of interest will appeal to a diverse group of young people, with focus on moral dilemmas, day-to-day struggles experienced through friendship, school, home/family life, as well as a vast array of comedic situations. Also included with each monologue are estimated age ranges, three to four outlined vocabulary words with definitions, and in the hard copy version of the book there is also a space for actors' notes. Though the book is originally intended for all ages, it can easily be adapted for a specific age group, such as the middle grades or younger. The monologue book opens with “Tips and Terms for Monologues and Acting”, which is a helpful guide for students, teachers, and parents new to the acting world. This book's aim is not only to be enjoyable and educational for children, but it will also permit young actors to apply and reinforce personal values to each monologue with graceful subtlety. We hope you enjoy!

The Best Stage Scenes of 2004

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Short Scenes and Monologues for Middle School Actors Multicultural Scenes for
Young Actors SCENE STUDY ... II : 102 Short Scenes for Two Actors The
Ultimate Scene Study Series Volume III : 103 Short Scenes for Three Actors The
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The Best Stage Scenes of 2004

Author: D. L. Lepidus

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9781575254043

Page: 224

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The Best Stage Scenes of

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Monologues for Children Volumes I and II Forensics ... Actors Volumes I and II
Short Scenes and Monologues for Middle School Actors Multicultural Scenes for
Young Actors SCENE STUDY ... II : 102 Short Scenes for Two Actors The
Ultimate Scene Study Series Volume III : 103 Short Scenes for Three Actors The
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Children s Books in Print 2007

13.00 (978-0-613-07179-6(4)) Sagebrush Education Resources. 101 Ways ... (
978-1-4127-1065-7(0), 5519500) Publications International, Ltd. 102 Dalmatians.
Disney ... (Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors Ser: Vol. 1). 136p.

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Baker s Plays

46 MINISTER'S NEW CAR 162 MINUTE MONOLOGUES FOR
CONTEMPORARY TEENS IX MIRACLE WORKER 10 ... 46 MIXED BAG 99
MODERN AMERICAN SCENES FOR STUDENT ACTORS 172 MOMENTS : A
Love Story 99 MONEY NUTTIES 99 ... 67 NO MORE HOMEWORK 49 NO
MOTHER TO GUIDE HER 49 NOODLE DOODLE BOX 129 NO ONE WANTS TO
KNOW 102 NORMAL HEART 11 ...

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Staging Revolution

... 106, 113 Qingfeng Village (Qingfeng zhai), 21 qingyi (young and middle-aged
dignified female), 127 table 6.1, 129n6, ... 2, 102 Red Detachment of Women,
The (Hongse niangzijun) (jingju), 2; acting in, 131, 144; and modeljingju
aesthetics, ... 2, 71–72, 101; acting and role-types in, 131–32; acting and schools
of performance in, 136; Ajia in rehearsal, 218–19; ... design for, 197n5, 208,211,
214, plate 8.4; Granny's monologue in Scene 5, 145–47; group dance in, 236;
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Staging Revolution

Author: Xing Fan

Publisher: Hong Kong University Press

ISBN: 9888455818

Page: 308

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Staging Revolution refutes the deep-rooted notion that art overtly in the service of politics is by definition devoid of artistic merits. As a prominent component shaping the culture of the Cultural Revolution, model Beijing Opera (jingju) is the epitome of art used for political ends. Arguing against commonly accepted interpretations, Xing Fan demonstrates that in a performance of model jingju, political messages could only be realized through the most rigorously formulated artistic choices and conveyed by performers possessing exceptional techniques. Fan contextualizes model jingju at the intersection of history, artistry, and aesthetics. Integral to jingju’s interactions with politics are the practitioners’ constant artistic experimentations to accommodate the modern stories and characters within the jingju framework and the eventual formation of a new sense of beauty. Therefore, a thorough understanding of model jingju demands close attention to how the artists resolved actual production problems, which is a critical perspective missing in earlier studies. This book provides exactly this much-needed dimension of analysis by scrutinizing the decisions made in the real, practical context of bringing dramatic characters to life on stage, and by examining how major artistic elements interacted with each other, sometimes harmoniously, sometimes antagonistically. Such an approach necessarily places jingju artists center stage. Making use of first person accounts of the creative process, including numerous interviews conducted by the author, Fan presents a new appreciation of a lived experience that, on a harrowing journey of coping with political interference, was also filled with inspiration and excitement. “This fascinating study is ground-breaking and timely. Xing Fan masterfully demonstrates how the creative choices made by playwrights, directors, musicians, actors, and designers intersected with one another in creating an aesthetics of the model theater during the Cultural Revolution. A must-read for anyone interested in Chinese literature and drama, theater studies, and comparative literature.” —Xiaomei Chen, University of California, Davis “Though no longer in fashion, the model revolutionary operas of the Cultural Revolution are still occasionally performed. Xing Fan has done us a great service by analyzing them in detail and reminding us of their merits. I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging book and learned a lot from it. I recommend it strongly.” —Colin Mackerras, Griffith University

Start Seeing and Serving Underserved Gifted Students

National Twice-Exceptional Community of Practice (2e CoP), 12, 150 A Nation
Deceived: How Schools Hold Back ... (YC) program, 118, 119–120 Preservice
teacher education program, 75 Pretests, for curriculum compacting, 116, 131,
132 ... 38, 52–53 on using higher-level questioning, 87, 101–102 Lightning Talks
(toolkit strategy), 154–155 Literature circles, ... 78 Monologue, for Young
Chautauqua (YC) program, 117 Morey Middle School, Denver, Colorado, 36
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Start Seeing and Serving Underserved Gifted Students

Author: Jennifer Ritchotte

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1631983296

Page: 192

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2020 TAGT Legacy Book® Award for Educators Winner Flexible tools help teachers see, understand, teach, challenge, and advocate for underserved gifted students. The underrepresentation of students from historically marginalized populations—including English language learners, twice-exceptional students, culturally and linguistically diverse students, and economically disadvantaged students—in our gifted programs and services continues to be a critical issue in education. The importance of a caring and committed teacher who sees and supports the potential in all learners and who respects linguistic diversity and students’ cultural identity cannot be overstated, yet teachers need the knowledge and training to do so. This reader-friendly guide meets that need, promoting equity in gifted education by providing teachers with a variety of flexible tools to nurture the academic and affective growth of their gifted students from traditionally underserved populations. Over fifty strategies are outlined within five chapters addressing how teachers can see, understand, teach, challenge, and advocate for their underserved gifted learners in all content areas. The authors share numerous student quotes, teacher anecdotes, and spotlights on successful school efforts. Digital downloads include all forms from the book and a PDF presentation. A free PLC/Book Study Guide for use in professional development is also available.

An Audition Handbook for Student Actors

... 98 , 140 Key word substitutions , 66 - 68 , 102 King Lear , 36 Kinski , Nastassia
, 81n Gemini , 47 , 176 - 78 Gilbert and ... Improvisational experience , 89 - 90
Innaurato , Albert , 47 , 176 Inner monologues , 29 Operative words ,
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An Audition Handbook for Student Actors

Author: Roger Ellis

Publisher: Chicago : Nelson-Hall

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Page: 234

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School Library Journal

... the Alphabet , 128 Roar , 102 Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone , 133 Royal
Little Pest , 87 Ruffen Escapes to Loch Ness , 71 Rule of ... 123 Re - Designing
the High School Library for the Forgotten Half , Yes Day !, 88 Yes , My Darling
Daughter , 141 Your Body Battles a ... Ysquare Plus , 135 ety , 122 Grandpappy
Snippy Snappies , 85 Great Monologues for Young Actors , 128 Obama Story ,
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