Abbey, Hannah, Nick, and Ream’s presentation
Your Romeo and Juliet Journals are DUE May 8th – there will be no extensions beyond this date.
Here’s your checklist:
- Juliet or Romeo’s Diary Entry
- Act 1 Song Analysis: True Love
- Act 1 Film Comparison (1968 vs. 2013)
- Caption This: The Balcony Scene
- Compare and Contrast: The Balcony Scene (Graphic Novel vs. 1968 vs. 1996)
- Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Song Analysis
- Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Song Analysis
You’ve heard me mention the term ‘Blocking’, and we talked a bit about it in class, but I wanted to be sure that you were considering this all important aspect of stage production while you are writing your scripts for our Play in a Day performance of Romeo and Juliet. Ultimately, ‘Blocking’ refers to the consideration of where actors are on stage in relation to each other and what they are doing while speaking. This should help you:
Borrowed from the Classical Theatre Project Romeo and Juliet Student Handout:
How does this interpretation of the ‘dagger scene’ influence your understanding of the play or the character of Macbeth? Do you prefer this scene or the one presented to you by Roman Polanski? What is the difference? Respond by commenting to this post.