- Created by: Lauren
- Created on: 15-05-11 11:54
Improvisation: making it up as you go along, but you have some sort of story line that you follow.
Movement: the way in which you move to enhance the character
Devised: you have a stimulus that your drama piece is based on or based around.
Scripted: you have script to follow and you act it out following stage directions which is in the script.
Physical Theatre: using people to make objects.
Theatre in Education (T.I.E) a performance to try and get a message across (educational piece)
Skills in drama
Facial Expression: a way to show mood/emotion by the face.
Body Language: using body to express mood/emotion.
Gesture: movements to show emotion e.g. hand to wave.
Tone of Voice: enhances the character accent or pitch
Levels: levels to show status within a group(standing is a higher status, sat it a lower status).
Posture/stance: how we stand and hold ourselves (tell, small, hunched over etc.)
Status:how high or low (not physically) your character is within your group.
The exam - 2011
Section A - Practical work completed during the course is the devised piece (not scripted) and is normally set up into 4 seperate sections
Section B - Study and performanceof a scripted play is the scripted play which normally has 2 sections.
Drama does have a section C but i am not doing that section.
Section A - Approx. 10 minutes for each section
Section B - approx 20 minutes for each section
This can change to which drama exam you do, but this is for GCSE drama for AQA board.