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Journal Entry. You will be asked to perform a scene from Macbeth as your final project for this unit. Think back to the many elements we studied related to both the dramatic genre and text of Macbeth. Which three factors would be most useful to consider? Why did you choose these?.

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journal entry
Journal Entry

You will be asked to perform a scene from Macbeth as your final project for this unit. Think back to the many elements we studied related to both the dramatic genre and text of Macbeth. Which three factors would be most useful to consider? Why did you choose these?

performing macbeth

Performing Macbeth

Staging Scenes

performance project
Performance Project
  • Each group will be assigned a scene from Macbeth to perform
  • Memorization of lines is encouraged, but not required
  • You may cut or edit your scene as long as it stays true to Shakespeare’s original text
  • Grading:
    • You will receive two grades for this project
      • One for your performance
      • The other for the “Director’s Notebook”
required contents of the director s notebook
Required Contents of the Director’s Notebook
  • Script
  • Costumes
  • Character Analyses
  • Staging
  • Set and Props
  • Music
today you will work on the promptbook
Today you will work on the promptbook

In the left hand column, insert the text of the script

In the right hand column describe:

  • Vocal pauses, stresses, inflection
  • Tone of voice
  • Gestures and facial expressions (explicit in the script or not)
  • Notes or diagrams of actions and movements
  • Definitions of words or phrases you don’t understand
let s take for example 4 1
Let’s take for example, 4.1

FIRST WITCH Round about the cauldron go, In the poisoned entrails throw. Toad, that under cold stone Days and nights has thirty-one Sweltered venom sleeping got, Boil thou first i' th' charmèd pot.

ALL Double, double toil and trouble,Fireburn, and cauldron bubble.

The first witch chants in a high pitched, squeaky voice.

Pauses after each couplet for emphasis (go/throw), (got/pot)

Entrails: guts

Sweltered: boiled/cooked

As she speaks, she drops objects into a cauldron

The three witches speak in unison pausing after trouble and bubble. The three actors sway from side to side moving around the cauldron

acting companies
Acting Companies

1.5

Erick

Chance

Marissa

4.2

James

Joseph

Kenneth

Montana

Caleb

5.8

Josh

Gabe

Patrick

Brandon

time for working on promptbooks
Time for Working on Promptbooks

You may use:

  • Your digital textbooks
  • Dictionaries
  • Printer, scissors