Dramaturgy and Performance Practice for the Lower and Middle School Grades
Arthur M. Pittis
Ever want to write your own plays for children? To use the stories that are personally meaningful to them and to you? This book offers a wonderful guide to doing just that – and the author goes on to offer experience-based suggestions for organizing play practice and motivating the students in a way that results in worthy performances.
Don’t let the somewhat awkward title put you off – this is a great hands-on resource that will open the gates to your own creativity on behalf of the children in your class or home.