30 Amazing Advanced-Level Epic Theatre Exercises for Students
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30 Amazing Advanced-Level Epic Theatre Exercises for Students

This post of Epic Theatre activities and exercises for students is the third in a series, focusing this time on advanced-level techniques such as understanding Bertolt Brecht‘s meaning of historicisation, the concept of dialectics, non-linear…

1 Gripping “Disaster Melodrama” Play for Students
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1 Gripping “Disaster Melodrama” Play for Students

Below is an original “Disaster Melodrama” play script suitable for classroom use by middle school students. Disaster Melodramas were one of a number of sub-genres of the melodrama form involving natural disasters. These plays were…

40 Exciting Intermediate-Level Epic Theatre Activities and Exercises for Students
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40 Exciting Intermediate-Level Epic Theatre Activities and Exercises for Students

These intermediate-level Epic Theatre activities and student exercises cover five broad areas of Bertolt Brecht’s theories: roles and disguise, gestus, scenery, songs and music, and direct address. Each exercise has a recommended time length, totalling…

40 Wonderful Beginner-Level Epic Theatre Exercises for Students
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40 Wonderful Beginner-Level Epic Theatre Exercises for Students

This post contains forty Epic Theatre exercises divided into five main activities, each focusing on a separate aspect of Bertolt Brecht’s theories. All of these activities are beginner-level, serving as a suitable introduction to the…