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# See or read three full-length plays or scripts. These can be from the stage, movies, television, or video. Write a review of each. Comment on the story, acting, and staging.
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# See or read three full-length plays* Write a review of each. Discuss with your counselor the plot or story. If you chose to watch the plays, comment on the acting and the staging.
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#: *Watching plays on television, video, or as a movie is not permitted.
# Write a one-act play that will take at least eight minutes to perform. The play must have a main character, conflict, and a climax.
# Write a one-act play that will take at least eight minutes to perform. The play must have a main character, conflict, and a climax.
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# Do THREE of the following:
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# Discuss with your counselor the safety precautions that should be practiced when working in a theater to protect the cast and crew.
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#:Then do THREE of the following:
#:a. Act a major part in a full-length play; or act a part in three one-act plays.
#:a. Act a major part in a full-length play; or act a part in three one-act plays.
#:b. Direct a play. Cast, rehearse, and stage it. The play must be at least 10 minutes long.
#:b. Direct a play. Cast, rehearse, and stage it. The play must be at least 10 minutes long.
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#:c. Design the set for a play or a production of a circus. Make a model of it.
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#:c. Design the set for a play or a theatrical production. Make a model of it.
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#:d. Design the costumes for five characters in one play set in a time before 1900.
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#:d. Design the costumes for five characters in a theatrical production set in a historical time.
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#:e. Show skill in stage makeup. Make up yourself or a friend as an old man, a clown, an extraterrestrial, or a monster as directed.
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#:e. Show skill in hair and makeup design. Make up yourself or a friend as a historical figure, a clown, an extraterrestrial, or a monster as directed.
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#:f. Help with the building of scenery for one full-length play or two one-act plays.
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#:f. With your counselor’s approval, help with the building and painting of the scenery for a theatrical production.
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#:g. Design the lighting for a play; or, under guidance, handle the lighting for a play.
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#:g. With your counselor’s approval, design the lighting for a play; or help install, focus, color, program, and operate the lighting for a theatrical production.
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#:h. With your counselor’s approval, help install, focus, equalize, program, and operate the sound for a theatrical production.
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#:i. Serve as the stage manager for a theatrical production. Document all cues and stage setups in your calling script.
# Mime or pantomime any ONE of the following chosen by your counselor.
# Mime or pantomime any ONE of the following chosen by your counselor.
#:a. You have come into a large room. It is full of pictures, furniture, other things of interest.
#:a. You have come into a large room. It is full of pictures, furniture, other things of interest.
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#:e. You are at a banquet. The meat is good. You don't like the vegetable. The dessert is ice cream.
#:e. You are at a banquet. The meat is good. You don't like the vegetable. The dessert is ice cream.
#:f. You are a circus performer such as a juggler, high-wire artist, or lion tamer doing a routine.
#:f. You are a circus performer such as a juggler, high-wire artist, or lion tamer doing a routine.
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# Explain the following: proscenium arch, central or arena staging, spotlight, floodlight, flies, center stage, stage right, stage left, stage brace, stage crew, cyclorama, portal, sound board.
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# Explain the following: proscenium arch, central or arena staging, spotlight, floodlight, flies, center stage, stage right, stage left, stage brace, downstage, upstage, stage crew, flies, portal, cyclorama, portal, stage brace, spotlight, floodlight, lighting control board, sound board mixing desk.
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# Do two short entertainment features that you could present either alone or with others for a troop meeting or campfire.
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  1. See or read three full-length plays* Write a review of each. Discuss with your counselor the plot or story. If you chose to watch the plays, comment on the acting and the staging.
    *Watching plays on television, video, or as a movie is not permitted.
  2. Write a one-act play that will take at least eight minutes to perform. The play must have a main character, conflict, and a climax.
  3. Discuss with your counselor the safety precautions that should be practiced when working in a theater to protect the cast and crew.
    Then do THREE of the following:
    a. Act a major part in a full-length play; or act a part in three one-act plays.
    b. Direct a play. Cast, rehearse, and stage it. The play must be at least 10 minutes long.
    c. Design the set for a play or a theatrical production. Make a model of it.
    d. Design the costumes for five characters in a theatrical production set in a historical time.
    e. Show skill in hair and makeup design. Make up yourself or a friend as a historical figure, a clown, an extraterrestrial, or a monster as directed.
    f. With your counselor’s approval, help with the building and painting of the scenery for a theatrical production.
    g. With your counselor’s approval, design the lighting for a play; or help install, focus, color, program, and operate the lighting for a theatrical production.
    h. With your counselor’s approval, help install, focus, equalize, program, and operate the sound for a theatrical production.
    i. Serve as the stage manager for a theatrical production. Document all cues and stage setups in your calling script.
  4. Mime or pantomime any ONE of the following chosen by your counselor.
    a. You have come into a large room. It is full of pictures, furniture, other things of interest.
    b. As you are getting on as bus, your books fall into a puddle. By the time you pick them up, the bus has driven off.
    c. You have failed a school test. You are talking with your teacher who does not buy your story.
    d. You are at a camp with a new Scout. You try to help him pass a cooking test. He learns very slowly.
    e. You are at a banquet. The meat is good. You don't like the vegetable. The dessert is ice cream.
    f. You are a circus performer such as a juggler, high-wire artist, or lion tamer doing a routine.
  5. Explain the following: proscenium arch, central or arena staging, spotlight, floodlight, flies, center stage, stage right, stage left, stage brace, downstage, upstage, stage crew, flies, portal, cyclorama, portal, stage brace, spotlight, floodlight, lighting control board, sound board mixing desk.

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