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Welcome to Miss Breeden's Wiki
I am thrilled to be in my third year as an AK Knight! I will try my best to keep this wiki updated with class and departmental information. Please check back often for updates! :)
Exam Review Powerpoint
Look over your notes on the things listed in the powerpoint. :)
Beg & Int exam review.pptx
KNIGHT TIME SIGNUP FOR HOMEROOM STUDENTS
Intermediate Theatre Cultural Connections Project
B Day Due Thursday, May 8
A Day Due Friday, May 9
Satisfies the following Essential Standards:
I.CU.1.1 Use theatre arts to explore concepts of civics and economics, such as systems, functions, structures, democracy, economies, and interdependence.
I.CU.1.2 Exemplify the concepts of civics and economics through the creation of theatrical works.
Select a location whose theatrical traditions you will explore OR a type of American production company to explore.
Create a visual/aural/written presentation that will help the class to understand how your chosen location operates within the economic community of which it is a part.
Prepare a sample of the type of theatre typically produced in this location/by this type of company (original or video).
Prepare and bring in a sample of the type of food enjoyed by people who live in your location OR something that may be a concession at your type of theatre.
Theatre Critique Paper Requirements
Remember, Beginning Theatre students will watch and critique 1 play, Intermediate- 2, Proficient and Advanced- 3.
Honors students must turn in one Theatre Critique paper before the end of the third quarter. All others are due on the last class day before final exams. It is suggested that students see AK shows and write about them. Upcoming: Seussical (March 20-22) and The Diary of AnneFrank (May 16-17).
Intermediate Theatre Students
Here's a copy of the Newspaper assignment:
ALL SEUSSICAL CAST AND CREW
Please click the link below to submit your bio for the program. We will accept bios through Sunday, February 16. This is a firm deadline, so please spread the word.
Submit Bio Here
Theatre Class Auditions for 2014-2015!
Auditions are now underway!
Auditions for theatre classes will be this week during lunches on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Current theatre students should bring their registration card, their journal, their best work from first semester, and a monologue. Non-theatre students should bring their registration card and be prepared with a monologue. An appointment can be made for an after school audition, but this must be arranged with Mr. Gabbard and Miss Breeden in advance. Break legs!
Shakespeare Recitation Team
Congratulations the following students for making the Shakespeare Recitation team! We are excited to spend the next couple months working to perfect your pieces! Remember to keep practicing over break on your sonnet and monologue. Please pay attention to the announcements for info about when we are meeting next and when registration forms and fees will be due.
We are thrilled to announce the cast of Seussical!
Congratulations to the cast of Seussical.docx
Intermediate Theatre Screenplay Formatting Resource
Use the script on this page as a guide. :)
Beginning Theatre Vocal Tract Project and Labeling Quiz info!
Create a 5 minute warmup that addresses: Relaxation, Breathing, Articulation, and Projection. This must be a written plan, preferably typed. Be prepared to lead the class through this warmup.
2A and 4A OPTION B: Create a Children's Book that explains in detail how the vocal tract works to produce sound. This should look like a completely polished and finished project.
Here's the powerpoint that includes all of the parts you'll need to be able to label. Remember, you need to be prepared to name the part and tell what it does.
The black and white diagram (NOT the "realistic drawing" OR the actual MRI, but the very simple diagram) is what you will need to label in class on Wednesday and Thursday.
beg oct 16-17 vocal intro labeling.ppt
Congratulations to the cast of Romeo and Juliet!
Congratulations to the cast of Romeo and Juliet.docx
Congratulations to the casts of Den of Liars and The Social Networth!
Den of Liars
Mandy: Hannah Javidi
Joel: George Chaprastian
Rob: DaShaun Singleton
Francis "The Effect": Tucker Brooks
Kevin: Connor Nielsen
Cory: Parker Stone
Josh: Graham Prevatte
Male Voice: Jacob Bollacke
Female Voice: Rachel Buksbazen
The Social Networth
This is an ensemble cast, and as such, we will work with different roles and assign specifics throughout the rehearsal process.
Mary Grace McKusick
Thank you to everyone who came out to audition! You made our job really challenging! :)
Our first rehearsal will be on Monday, September 9 in the theatre room! We are excited about working with all of you!
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