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Project 3

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1. Create a lexicon of the following 17 terms. Define and illustrate the terms as they relate to drama. It can be a booklet or a poster. 38 points 1. cycles 2. guilds 3. mansions 4. Miracle play 5. Mystery play 6. Morality play 7. Passion play 8. trope 9. Commedia dell arte 10. Discovery space 11. groundlings 12. masques 13. Soliloquies 14. Tiring house 15 wooden o 16. Bombastic 17. Legitimate theatre 38 points possible All seventeen terms Correct definitions Definitions relate to drama Illustrations Presentation quality 2. Draw or build a diagram or model of a wooden O. Label: galleries, groundlings, main stage, trap door, Heavens, flag, tiring house, discovery space, pit, roof, musicians, inner above. 41 points 41 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -6 -0 -4 All 12 items included All 12 items correctly labeled Drawing or construction quality 3. Draw or build a diagram or model of a Restoration theater. Include and label: ceiling, apron, proscenium arch, flats, curtain, lighting, audience, house. 41 points 41 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -6 -0 -4 All 8 items included All 8 items correctly labeled Drawing or construction quality 4. Research and present information in visual form for any of the following topics. (PowerPoint, collage, painting, drawing, graphic novel, etc.) Feudalism Everyman Oberammergau Miguel de Cervantes Moliere Lope de Vega Don Quixote Ben Jonson Queen Elizabeth I Christopher Marlowe William Shakespeare Richard Burbage Edward Alleyn William Kemp (Will Kempe) David Garrick George Farquar William Congreve William Wycherly any of the 38 plays by Shakespeare 40 points possible Complete -0 Incomplete Missing -4 -2 Relates subject to drama/theatre At least 15 facts Presentation presents information to viewers Accuracy Depth of information Original/Entertaining Complete -0 Incomplete -4 Missing -6

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5. Create and perform a puppet show version of any fairy tale or nursery rhyme. 41 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -6 -0 -4 3 to 5 characters Recognizable storyline Portrays the same basic theme as the original Shows all the most relevant details At least 3 minutes long Puppets well-crafted and suited to the story Presented with good volume and appears to be rehearsed 6. Watch the History Channel The Dark Ages DVD and report out to the class (You can borrow this DVD from Mrs. Eaton) 38 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -4 -0 -2 Clear summary of content Analysis of events (Why were these events important?) Discussion of key people Relate this time period to the development of theatre 7. Read two chapters of Horrible Histories The Measly Middle Ages or any other book about life in the middle ages, and present a book report with a visual aid for the class. 38 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -4 -0 -2 Clear summary of content Analysis of events (Why were these events important?) Discussion of key people Relate this information to the development of theatre 8. Compose an original Shakespearean sonnet. Each quatrain should convey a definite image. Each quatrain must have 10 syllables of iambic pentameter per line. The overall rhyme scheme of the poem must be ABAB CDCD EFEF GG. The poem should be presented on an 8.5X11 sheet with an appropriate graphic or image. 38 points possible Complete Incomplete Missing -4 -0 -2 Exactly 14 lines Each line 10 syllables Correct rhyme scheme Clear image presented by each quatrain Couplet ties the whole thing together Appropriate graphic or image

Answer the following questions to add points to your score. 1 point per question. 1. What is a trope? Grade earned 2. What three types of plays were presented in Medieval Times? 45 or more 3. What was a pageant wagon like? A+ 4. Name four key people in the Renaissance in Italy. 41-44 A 36-40 B Eaton 2325 32-35 C 31 D 30 or less F

5. Name three commedia dell arte players. 6. List three Spanish playwrights from the Renaissance. 7. Who wrote Don Quixote? 8. What was neoclassicism? 9. What were two key points in the English Royal Patent of 1662? (Mrs. Eaton gave you this info.) 10. In what year was the original Globe theatre destroyed? 11. Which monarch was restored to the throne, and then restored theatre to England? 12. What two theatres were legitimate after the passing of the Licensing Act?

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