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Helpful games and activities for any aspiring actors or drama club members to improve improv skills, concentration, physicality and overall stage presence.
Any theatre teacher can tell you the importance of theatre games. Games and ritual help create a safe and supportive environment and promote teamwork. A great circle can mean the difference between a class that is fun and successful or one that falls flat.
A collection of fun drama games and activities for kids. Great for drama class or to warm up for your theater group. #DramaGames #DramaActivities #ActingTips #SchoolPlays
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Improv games are great ice breakers. They are also a fun way to practice basic public speaking skills. Your teens will love playing these games. http://familystyleschooling.com/2017/03/22/improv-games/
Laura McGuire saved to For the Homeschool Group
In this gesture-based name game, participants develop a signal to help others remember their names. It's great on the first day of class or rehearsal.
Lisa Gilmore saved to Aaaahhhh.....Theater!!
Just woke up from a long nap after teaching T.A.G. classes at OKTC! T.A.G. stands for “The Actor Grows” and is a program we have here for all the new kids to the company who are in gra…
Mindy Palmer saved to Teaching tips
Kids love to play pretend! Budding performer or not, these games will bring out their creativity by encouraging them to create exciting stories and characters! Perfect for camp, daycare, home school, or a rainy afternoon!
Planted in Arkansas saved to Mommy Life
Need some fun pantomime ideas and games? Look no further. Here you will find a list of pantomime activities. Building a sense of safety and trust when introducing Drama activities into your program is essential. The following pantomime games and exercises are ideal in establishing that trust between the players
Brenda Gelean saved to Homeschool: Drama Classes
THEATRE GAMES: Ships and Sailors, or Hit The Deck. MY FAVORITE GAME. I call it Ships and Sailors, but I use sets of rules from both. It gets intense. My favorite rule that they left out is "Titanic!", in which one person spreads out their arms and another grabs their waist. That's always fun.
Alicia Harris saved to Theatre Games