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Teechers - Drama Play

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Teechers My first reading and impressions: When I first read the play teechers I noticed that each actor has to play more that one part in the play, I later found out this is called Multi Role. Reading on I found the play very exciting and kept you interested. When I first read the play I had some ideas about staging I thought I would be a good idea to have the audience all around the out side of the stage later we decided against this because this would be difficult to light and it would be difficult to form a bond with the audience as you would have your back to half of them half the time. ...read more.

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Natalie has a very strong personality and makes her self be heard. I am very creative and think up ideas for the play which we all developed in the finished play. By Ryan Harding Drama Teechers Essay Teechers Plot summary: The story is about three children in there last year of school, all there school lives have taken drama as a doss about and in there last year they get a new drama teacher who helps them to put on a play for the school. This is a play with in a play where each one of the three kids has to lots of different parts. The play is about school life and behind the scenes of school life in the staff room and out side school. ...read more.

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By Ryan Harding Drama Teechers Essay Teechers Staging and Rehearsing: For this play staging was hard as we were only allowed to use minimal set so we had to use the set we did have as lots of different things. Costume was also hard because we had to play lots of different parts we could not wear any thing that was unique to one person because we had to change characters so quick, because of this we decided to were normal clothes and use different props that represented each person in the play. Looking back: Looking back at the play I think the best part was in act 2 scene 1 when me and Natalie got drunk and went to a school party. before the performance we were all scared but when we started it all went away and we enjoyed doing the play. By Ryan Harding Drama Teechers Essay ...read more.

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