A DOLL'S HOUSE by Henrik Ibsen - Ch

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A DOLL’S HOUSE
by Henrik Ibsen
2 HOUR SCHOOLS WORKSHOP – VENUE BASED
Suitable for:
KS5 students studying towards:
•
GCE AS/A Level Drama and Theatre Studies, Performing Arts or English Literature
•
BTEC Performing Arts
KS4 students studying towards GCSE Drama or Performing Arts
This
2
hour
workshop
has
been
developed
in
association
with
UK
Touring
Theatre’s
production
of
A
Doll’s
House,
which
is
touring
to
theatres
across
the
UK
in
Autumn
2014.
It
is
ideal
for
students
to
attend
prior
to
watching
a
performance
of
the
play.
The
workshop
is
led
by
two
professional
actors
from
the
UK
Touring
Theatre
cast.
All
our
actors
have
several
years
experience
of
running
workshops
for
schools,
and
will
also
be
able
to
answer
questions
from
students
about
the
acting
industry
and
life
as
a
professional
actor.
UK
Touring
Theatre
will
also
provide
a
full
education
pack
to
accompany
the
workshop;
containing
further
activities
and
practical
exercises
that
the
teacher
can
use
for
follow‐up
practical
drama
lessons.
Available
to
book
during
the
tour
period
only.
Maximum
25
students
per
workshop.
This
workshop
will
take
place
at
the
venue
on
the
performance
day
during
the
afternoon.
(Morning
workshops
are
also
available
at
venues
where
there
are
more
than
one
performance
date).
AIMS
•
•
•
To
engage
the
students
with
theatrical
concepts
through
a
practical
exploration
of
the
themes
and
characters
of
“A
Doll’s
House”,
the
style
of
realism
and
the
text
of
the
play
To
develop
students’
practical
understanding
and
appreciation
of
Ibsen’s
ideas
and
themes
To
develop
a
variety
of
practical
rehearsal
and
performance
skills,
enabling
students
to
grow
creatively
and
imaginatively
in
devised
and
scripted
work
OBJECTIVES
By
the
end
of
the
workshop
students
will
be
able
to:
• Demonstrate
knowledge
and
understanding
of
the
themes
and
characters
of
“A
Doll’s
House”,
one
of
the
most
important
plays
in
19th
century
drama
• Show
understanding
of
an
extract
from
“A
Doll’s
House”
and
of
the
dynamics
of
the
play
through
an
interpretation
in
performance
• Create
and
develop
a
character
and
communicate
meaning
through
a
variety
of
vocal
and
physical
techniques,
facial
expression,
listening
and
response
• Demonstrate
a
more
advanced
level
of
performance
skill
• Evaluate
the
development
of
their
acting
skills,
their
performance
and
those
of
others
WORKSHOP OUTLINE
• Practical
warm‐up
(physical
and
vocal)
• Introduction
to
the
themes
and
characters
of
“A
Doll’s
House”
through
theatre
games
and
improvisation
- The
Role
of
Women
in
the
19th
Century
- Money
and
Debt
- Parents
and
Children
- Marriage
and
Family
- Personal
freedom
• Approaching
a
role
from
“A
Doll’s
House”
for
performance
- Character
objectives
- Physicality
- Vocal
quality
• Work
on
scenes
from
“A
Doll’s
House”
in
pairs/groups
of
three
OR
• Improvised
scenes
from
the
world
of
the
play
in
pairs/groups
of
three
• Performance
to
the
group/sharing
of
work
• Evaluate
your
performance
and
those
of
others
• Q
&
A
with
the
actors
ABOUT US
UK
Touring
Theatre
is
a
British
touring
theatre
company,
which
is
committed
to
developing
exciting
new
translations
of
classic
European
plays;
touring
to
theatres
across
the
UK,
Europe
and
beyond.
We
aim
to
produce
productions
for
native
English
speakers
here
in
the
UK
and
English
speaking
audiences
overseas,
which
are
innovative
and
accessible
yet
challenging;
with
the
focus
strongly
on
the
original
text,
language
and
themes.
We
aim
to
bring
the
best
of
British
theatre
to
venues
large
and
small
across
the
world.
To book your workshop, or for more information, please email:
[email protected]
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