Week 5: Workshop 3
Yesterday was a very busy day for Yr 5, with Sports day in the morning and Workshop 3 after dinner. Were they flagging? No they were not!!!
We had important decisions to make on casting, performance and staging and thank you to the Year 5 team and the pupils for your understanding creativity and input.
What we have been able to do, is to take some of the practical exercises from the workshops to incorporate them to the presentation, to communicate our ideas, information and messages in an interesting way for the audience.
Physical Theatre, ensemble, script work and improvisation all feature.
Next week is gonna be good!!!
Presentation: Thursday 6th July at 2.45pm.
All Yr 5 parents and guardians are invited to see the presentation, which has been a learning experience for me and something I value highly. The project had two main objectives, to give the pupils a drama workshop experience to develop their creativity and communication skills and to explore the important issues of e-safety and new technology. You should have received your invitation by now. There will be time for a short Q & A about the project so we hope to see you all there…thank you.
Alan Spence. Artistic Director. Theatre is real life