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Ks3 drama masks part 2 l.jpg

Icons key:

For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation

Flash activity. These activities are not editable.

Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page

Video

Sound

Web addresses

Accompanying worksheet

KS3 Drama – Masks – Part 2

KS3 Drama Masks – Part 2

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Neutral masks

So far you have been looking at masks which have been designed to express visually the personality of the character.

A neutral mask is the opposite of a character mask. It tells

the audience nothing about

the character on stage.

Instead, the mask requires

the actor to bring it to life.

However, this does not

mean that the mask is

lacking in power.


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Creating a play with animal masks: character

Choose the characters for your play according to the setting.

For example, if your play is set in a laboratory you might be mice or monkeys. If you are on a farm, you could be pigs and sheep. You might also want some human characters, and you will need to decide whether they should be masked or not.

In thinking about characterization, you will need to decide on the status levels of the animals in your group. Which animal is the leader? Which animal is the most nervous?

How might an actor wearing this mask perform? Is this a low, middle or high status animal? What characteristics of this animal could the actor portray?


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Creating a play with animal masks: character


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