- 1 How do you write a drama review?
- 2 How do you evaluate a piece of Theatre?
- 3 How do you answer a live Theatre evaluation?
- 4 When evaluating live Theatre what theatrical elements should you consider?
- 5 What makes a good drama performance?
- 6 How do you write a good play?
- 7 What are the 5 traditional part of a play review?
- 8 How do you critique a performance?
- 9 What are three questions anyone critiquing a play should ask?
- 10 What are the techniques used in drama?
- 11 How do you evaluate a monologue?
- 12 What does drama GCSE consist of?
- 13 What does Analyse mean in drama?
How do you write a drama review?
Try to give a brief description of the story. Outline the important themes and issues of the play. You should also discuss the director’s interpretation of the play and how the style and form of the play communicates the play’s themes. Describe and analyse the characters.
How do you evaluate a piece of Theatre?
To evaluate something is to measure its worth. It demands considered judgement and analysis. To evaluate drama and theatre you must be able to recognise what was and wasn’t successful onstage and recognise all the elements that contribute to the impact of a production.
How do you answer a live Theatre evaluation?
Structuring the response The response could be structured: according to the separate skills, ie voice, physical skills and use of space. by referring to different moments in the play. by focusing on how different actors used their vocal and physical skills throughout the play.
When evaluating live Theatre what theatrical elements should you consider?
When evaluating a live performance, specific points need to be made to ensure that the watching and listening were done actively – the show needs to be thought about while being enjoyed. As well as watching performers, attention should also be paid to the design elements: set design. costume design.
What makes a good drama performance?
Generally, the things that makes a good drama are: the involvement of an interesting issues, the use of the right dialogue and monologue, knowledge of the main issues, the use of unique and interesting characters, a clear theme and an understandable yet interesting plot.
How do you write a good play?
How to write a play
- Create an interesting plot. If you don’t have a plot, you don’t have a play.
- Add an appropriate subplot.
- Decide on your structure.
- Decide how you want it to look.
- Know your audience.
- Lay it out correctly.
- Create interesting characters.
- Make your characters’ gestures grand.
What are the 5 traditional part of a play review?
Does the review follow the traditional structure, with an introduction in paragraph 1, a plot summary in paragraph 2, a discussion of acting and directing in paragraph 3, a discussion of the production elements in paragraph 4, and an overall critique in paragraph 5? Compare two reviews of the same play.
How do you critique a performance?
Be objective, fair, and sincere. Evaluate the entire production. Be constructive. Indicate good points along with those you felt needed improvement.
What are three questions anyone critiquing a play should ask?
Terms in this set (6) What is the play or production trying to do? How well was it done? Was it worth doing?
What are the techniques used in drama?
- slow motion.
- soliloquy (a solo speech by an actor that gives an insight into what they are thinking)
- adding narration.
- use of an ‘aside’ (when a character directly addresses the audience to comment within a scene)
- breaking into song (as in Musical theatre)
- using a chorus to comment upon the action.
How do you evaluate a monologue?
Monologue Evaluation Exercise
- a reason to speak. Why is the character talking at length?
- a character specific language. Who is the character and how do they speak?
- a journey. Where does the monologue start and end? Is there a journey from one emotion to another?
What does drama GCSE consist of?
The subject content for GCSE Drama is divided into three components: Understanding drama. Devising drama. Texts in practice.
What does Analyse mean in drama?
When analysing a performance, specific effects being created on stage should be talked about. For example, if an actor increased their volume, comments will need to be made on the performer’s intention. Describing says what happened within a production, and analysing helps to understand why it happened.